The class is a mix of lectures, group activities, text studies, and holiday celebrations. No Hebrew language knowledge is required for this class. Those wishing to convert will meet with one of the rabbis individually during the year and beyond.
with Rabbi Aaron
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and musicians Aaron Shneyer and Sarah Fredrick blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
With Rabbi Nora, cultivate deeper meaning, emotional connection, and spiritual focus at the start of Jewish New Year. Through learning, personal reflection, and conversation, gain practical tools to reset for a more open-minded start to 5783.
with Rabbi Nora
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Nora and musicians Aaron Shneyer, Danny Schwartz, and Sarah Fredrick blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
During the month of Elul, free your mind and body and cultivate spiritual focus leading up to the new year through a gentle yoga flow and guided meditation led by Jewish mindfulness teacher Alison Waldman.
At this one-hour alternative Shabbat service, unwind and reconnect through guided meditation, reflection on Jewish teachings, and communal singing. Mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen will be your guide for this service with music from Danny Villanueva.
From FOMO to misinformation to doomscrolling, research and lived experience both reveal the ways social media can inflict harm. Through Jewish texts, Rabbi Aaron unpacks how we can approach these platforms more intentionally and whether it’s possible to escape the algorithm while still living a connected life.
with Rabbi Aaron
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and musicians Aaron Shneyer and Jeff Geld blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
We’re shutting down I Street once again for our signature Simchat Torah celebration. Let loose and dance like no one’s watching as you enjoy live music, themed cocktails, and other festivities led by the Sixth & I rabbis and musicians.