A Carlebach-inspired service led by Chazzan Larry Paul and musician Robyn Helzner, followed by dinner and Shabbat singing. Enjoy appetizers and drinks before the 6:45 pm service. Open to all.
When Kamasi Washington released his tour de force LP, The Epic, in 2015, it set him on a path as our generation’s torchbearer for progressive, improvisational music. The 172-minute odyssey featuring his 10-piece band, The Next Step, is rich in elements of hip-hop, classical and R&B music.
At this workshop, learn about the everyday reality facing immigrants in the D.C. area by hearing first-hand stories from the people behind the headlines. Find out how you can help support local immigrants in proactive ways.
In It’s All Relative, Jacobs, an experimental journalist, chronicles his adventure in helping to build the World Family Tree—a quest to unite the entire human race in one all-encompassing family tree.
Session Three: How-to Havdallah
Learn everything you need to know in order to close out Shabbat and start a week full of sweetness. Gain the skills to make Havdallah on your own with Rabbi Shira and Aaron Shneyer.
A traditional service with soulful melodies, contemporary insights, and stories, followed by dinner. Separate seating for women and men during the service.