I Am My Prayer is a memoir of the author's public and private prayer experience. It is also a guide and explanation of key elements of public Jewish Services. The book familiarizes readers with the use of prayer metaphors, questions about God, the importance of communal prayer, ethical values expressed in the liturgy, and consideration of creative liturgy. While the context of the book is Jewish, it has a universal message to anyone who struggles with prayer, and who seeks to be comfortable and fulfilled in a service. The discussions in these pages draw upon biblical and rabbinic texts, kabbalistic tradition, and upon modern philosophers and contemporary writers. This volume will be useful to individual seekers and for classes on prayer and liturgy.