During the mid-autumn festival, traditional to Chinese and other Asian cultures, gather in our sukkah to learn how local communities celebrate and hear about the history of Gallery Place/Chinatown. Artists from Chalk Riot will share how a new large-scale art installation plans to capture the diversity of our neighborhood.
We’re shutting down I Street 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 Sixth & I’s rabbis and musicians.
with Rabbi Aaron
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and musicians Aaron Shneyer, Sarah Fredrick, and Jeff Geld blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
Support the Capital Area Food Bank’s efforts to provide equitable access to food and opportunity to people struggling with hunger and food insecurity in our area.
On Saturday, October 7, Hamas terrorists, in addition to murdering over 1,200 Israelis, kidnapped over 160 hostages. While this hostage situation is unparalleled in its magnitude and brutality, this is sadly not the first time Jews have been forced to deal with the painful challenge of freeing captives. How far must we go to redeem captives? How far are we allowed to go? How do we balance the needs of the individual captives with the needs of the broader society? Explore with Rabbi Aaron the ways our ancient rabbis addressed these complicated questions.