Help us welcome Rabbi Nora to Sixth & I at a virtual Q&A. As she settles into her new role on our Jewish Life team, it’s your chance to learn more about her and to ask her all your hard-hitting questions, like her favorite Jewish holiday (how can you choose just one!) or the best place to get a bagel in DC.
As single people get vaccinated, many are wondering: is dating life going back to “normal,” or will we integrate the new approaches we’ve explored this past year? With Rabbi Aaron and Lisa Bonos, the dating and relationships writer for The Washington Post, discuss how romantic relationships changed during COVID (for better and for worse) and consider what insights Jewish tradition might offer to help you date more intentionally.
Start off the work day with some spiritual work as we come together to connect and reflect. Rabbi Nora and musician Aaron Shneyer will lead a few of the traditional morning prayers and share a couple of kavvanot (intentions).
Experience a musical and energetic service with Rabbi Aaron and musicians Aaron Shneyer, Sarah Fredrick, and Jeff Geld, located at an event space inside Nationals Park. Afterwards, sit with other Sixth & I’ers to watch as the Washington Nationals take on the Chicago Cubs.
In the weeks leading up to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Rabbi Nora explores how to cultivate deeper meaning, emotional connection, and spiritual focus for the High Holidays and the start of Jewish New Year. Through learning, personal reflection, and conversation, gain practical tools to reset for a more open-minded and open-hearted start to 5782.
Start off the work day with some spiritual work as we come together to connect and reflect. Rabbi Aaron leads a few of the traditional morning prayers, shares a couple of kavvanot (intentions), and leads a short journaling exercise.
Book Club with Rabbi Nora
With Rabbi Nora, take a deep dive into This is Real and You are Completely Unprepared as you embark on your own journey during the Days of Awe. You’ll have the opportunity to reflect on the book’s themes and discuss how they relate to your own experiences.