Location: 600 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Alongside Rabbi Jesse, explore how to cultivate deeper meaning, emotional connection, and spiritual focus leading up to the High Holidays and into the Jewish New Year.
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.
Location: Shouk – Union Market
Rabbi Aaron and musician Aaron Shneyer lead a service with music, meditation, reflection, and learning. After services, enjoy dinner provided by Shouk, a fast-casual restaurant specializing in modern Israeli street food.
While Rosh Hashanah is often referred to as “The Jewish New Year,” the textual and liturgical focus of the holiday is less about Jews and more about the state of our world and all its inhabitants. Explore with Rabbi Aaron the universal themes of Rosh Hashanah.
A traditional service with soulful melodies, contemporary insights, and stories, followed by dinner. Separate seating for women and men during the service.