Events for March, 2023
Black Travel Across America
In this new special from National Geographic, travel consultant Martinique Lewis embarks on a coast-to-coast road trip to visit historically listed Green Book locations and modern Black travel destinations, hearing from local experts and exploring the Black businesses and safe havens that boomed in this time of racial strife.
Rabbi Aaron and Rabbi Nora lead an experiential introduction to Judaism course designed for those looking to reconnect with Judaism, as well as non-Jews looking to discover.
Next Level: Israel
Designed as an entry point into the conversation, this series is for those who want to learn about or engage more deeply with Israel. With Rabbi Aaron as your guide, over four weeks, you’ll gain historical and contemporary frameworks to help you better understand a variety of issues related to Israel, with each week focusing on a different topic.
At this one-hour alternative Shabbat service, unwind and reconnect through guided meditation, reflection on Jewish teachings, and communal singing. Rabbi Nora Feinstein and mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen will be your guide for this service.
Friday Night Services
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Nora and musicians Aaron Shneyer, Sarah Frederick, and Jeff Geld blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
New Found Glory
The band’s forthcoming acoustic album, Make the Most of It tackles the last year head-on with their most emotional and cathartic collection of songs to date.
Friday Night Services with Dinner
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and the Sixth & I musicians blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
Chad Lawson, piano
Joined by two fellow “classical and beyond” luminaries, Judy Kang and Seth Parker Woods, Chad Lawson performs an evening of original works and new arrangements of classical compositions.
6th Street Minyan: Renewal Shabbat
Connect spiritually through prayer and music at this reflective Jewish Renewal-style service led by musician Aaron Shneyer.