Loading Events

Shabbat at Home Resources

While our Jewish Life staff welcomes Shabbat into their own homes, we have plenty of resources to help you lead your own Shabbat at home.

Date:
Sep 3, 2021 • 7:00 pm ET
Category:
Shabbat Services

Shabbat: Exhale

During the period between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, mindfulness guide and yoga teacher Alison Waldman leads gentle movement and meditation to cultivate greater spiritual focus leading into the New Year.

Date:
Sep 10, 2021 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person Attendance (limited availability): FREE. Registration required.

Virtual Attendance: FREE via Facebook.

Category:
Shabbat Services

Office Closed

Sixth & I’s administrative office will be closed Thursday, September 16 for Yom Kippur. For questions about High Holidays or to purchase virtual tickets, please visit sixthandi.org/highholidays. For technical assistance More +

Date:
Sep 16, 2021 • 9:00 am ET
Category:

Shabbat: Good Soul

Traditional and contemplative, this service led by Rabbi Nora offers a deep sense of focus and intention, aided by soulful and stirring music from Aaron Shneyer.

Date:
Sep 17, 2021 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person Attendance (limited availability): FREE. Registration required.

Virtual Attendance: FREE via Facebook.

Category:
Shabbat Services

Office Closed

Sixth & I’s administrative office is closed Monday, September 20 – Tuesday, September 21 for Sukkot. We will re-open at 9:00 am on Wednesday, September 22.

Date:
Sep 20, 2021 • 8:00 am ET
Category:

Sukkah Open Hours

In celebration of the harvest holiday, stop by to check out our sukkah and shake the lulav and etrog.

Date:
Sep 22, 2021 • 10:00 am ET
Admission:

No RSVP required.

Category:
Holidays

Dwelling Within: A Yoga Class for Sukkot

In celebration of Sukkot, Jewish yoga and mindfulness teacher Alison Waldman leads an integrated text study and gentle yoga flow.

Date:
Sep 22, 2021 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$12
Free for those who really want to learn Torah, but their budget is a little tight right now.

Category:
Holidays

Building a Better World

This past year exposed things about our nation that were broken well before the pandemic—racial injustice, inequities in housing and health care, exploitation of workers. As we look to repair in the year ahead, learn with Rabbi Nora about the intersection between justice and the holiday of Sukkot, and hear from Hilary Klein, interim DC Legislative Director at Jews United for Justice, about local efforts to lift up the rights of workers in DC.

Date:
Sep 23, 2021 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
Holidays

Shabbat: Hit Reset

Blending contemporary and traditional elements, this inclusive service is designed to foster community in a thoughtful, accessible, and radically welcoming setting. Led by Rabbi Aaron and musician Aaron Shneyer.

Date:
Sep 24, 2021 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person Attendance (limited availability): FREE. Registration required.

Virtual Attendance: FREE via Facebook.

Category:
Shabbat Services

End of the Line: A Simchat Torah Celebration

Location: metrobar

As we embrace a new year and a new cycle of reading from the Torah, celebrate at metrobar—a new outdoor venue in Brentwood—during an evening filled with dancing, live music, themed cocktails, and other festivities led by the Sixth & I rabbis and musicians. All aboard.

Date:
Sep 28, 2021 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

$15
Cash bar available

Category:
20s & 30s Programming
+ Export Events