Synagogues Offer Intepreters for Deaf

Synagogue offers sign language interpreter to help its deaf congregants follow services. I don’t like going to services. It was torture to sit there for hours staring at the ceiling. As a result, I don’t last long in services or lectures where I can’t follow what’s going on.
Why don’t I sit in the front? Doesn’t make a difference. I’m a religious person and I do care — just not about services. Why don’t I skip them? Tradition. Seriously. It feels wrong not to. I remember one service that I enjoyed. I attended a women’s conference and the services were easy to follow and a joyous experience thanks to the attendees.
If I work harder to follow services, I know I’ll be worn out within 30 minutes — an hour at the most. Services are rarely that short!