Combining spirituality, psychology, modern masculinity, and good scotch, Rabbi Scott brings a group of men together to attempt some thoughtfulness about life’s more important questions.
DC’s African American and Jewish communities explore the holiday of Passover by connecting shared histories, values, and a commitment to a better city and world. Through the seder, led by Rabbi Shira Stutman of Sixth & I and Pastor William H. Lamar IV of Metropolitan AME Church, our communities will promote a culture of understanding and respect.
As part of the November 9th project, Sixth & I is committed to building conversation across political divides. Facilitators from Resetting the Table, an organization that works to build meaningful dialogue and deliberation across political divides on charged issues, will help create a space to discuss passionate issues with honesty, recognition, and respect.
Rabbi Suzy leads an experiential introduction to Judaism course designed for those looking to reconnect with Judaism, as well as non-Jews looking to discover. This five-week course allows students to develop a deeper connection with the Jewish faith through a digestible, experiential introduction to Jewish traditions, customs, and rituals.
Discuss issues that motivate and inform politically Right-leaning Jews. This thoughtful forum for exchanging ideas around Conservative thought aims to create a space where diversity of ideas is explored through thoughtful and meaningful dialogue.