Interfaith Couples Workshop
Rabbi Shira facilitates a guided, nonjudgmental space for Jews and their non-Jewish partners to talk, learn, and grow – together and as individuals.
Friday Night Shabbat Services with MesorahDC
A traditional service with soulful melodies, contemporary insights, and stories, followed by dinner. Separate seating for women and men during the service.
- Jan 6, 2017 • 6:30 pm ET
$8 for dinner
$12 per couple
- 20s & 30s Programming
Saturday Morning Services with MesorahDC
Service with soulful melodies and contemporary insights. Separate seating for men and women during services.
Washington Confidential: For Employees of the Federal Government
If you are a federal employee acutely feeling the impact of the election as it relates to the future of your career, then this confidential opportunity to talk with other government workers is for you. Moderated by Rabbi Jack Moline, who has decades of experience serving the needs of those who work in government, this session is a chance to air your concerns and find support.
Visions of Freedom and Justice
This moving service with Turner Memorial AME Church, which worshiped in Sixth & I’s building for five decades, commemorates the spirit and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Finding Strength in Tough Times
Learn the spiritual and religious techniques that our ancestors used to build inner strength, and find dignity in tough times.
Serve Others with Sixth & I
Serve breakfast at So Others Might Eat (SOME), an organization that works to end chronic homelessness in DC.
Deep Dive: Martin Buber
Rabbi Scott gives a fresh take on Martin Buber’s I and Thou, a classic book of Jewish spiritual thought.
Chesed and Hummus: A Veg Collective
Enjoy plant-based snacks while discussing a variety of ancient, contemporary, religious, and secular Jewish texts. This Collective explores the intersection between Judaism and vegetarianism.
- Jan 18, 2017 • 7:00 pm ET
Free. Please RSVP through the Google form.
- 20s & 30s Programming
In Shabbat We Trust: Friday Night Services
On the evening of the new President’s inauguration, within the whirlwind of politics and emotions, lies the eye of the storm: Shabbat. Twenty-five hours to restore our sense of inner dignity and calm, to remind us of the principles that represent goodness and justice, and to lift us into commitment and resolve. In partnership with Jews United For Justice, T’ruah, Jewish Women International, Lilith magazine, and more, this service for Washingtonians and out-of-town visitors alike will give all who come the chance to rise up, sing together, and trust in the power of Shabbat.
- Jan 20, 2017 • 6:00 pm ET
Dinner is SOLD OUT. Service is free, but RSVP is required. Every guest will be required to show photo ID upon entry. Click the green button to RSVP.
- November 9th Project