with Rabbi Nora
Celebrate National Refugee Shabbat at this inclusive service led by Rabbi Nora. With music from Sixth & I musicians, the service blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and Sixth & I’s musicians blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
These five-week meetups offer a space to think through life’s big questions using a Jewish framework. Led by Sixth & I’ers in their apartments and homes, these salon-style gatherings are a great way to meet new people in a relaxed, laid-back setting.
If you’ve been looking to start a meditation practice or deepen an existing one in the new year, find some peace of mind with meditation teacher Alison Cohen. She introduces a variety of Jewish, Buddhist, and Jewish Buddhist meditation techniques to help you strike the right balance in your life and get into a positive headspace for a fresh start to 2024.
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and Shabbat musicians blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh. In celebration of the holidays of Rosh Chodesh Adar and Mardi Gras, the service features music inspired by the sounds of New Orleans from DC-based ensemble DuPont Brass.
- Feb 19, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Rabbi Nora and Justin Yampolsky, a Master of Social Work candidate, lead this workshop to help you explore how grief is showing up in your life and how to heal through this difficult time. In a safe and nonjudgmental environment, we’ll look back at how you’ve been feeling over these past few months and discuss how to cope in the days and weeks ahead.
A Jewish Take on Self-Care
Well before wellness became a $5 trillion industry and “little treat” culture trended on TikTok, Judaism has championed the idea of self-care—just take Shabbat, for one. With Rabbi Nora, consider how we tend to our bodies, minds, and souls in this chat on the intersection of spirituality and wellness. Bring your questions and curiosity, and we’ll bring the pizza and wine (candles and crystals not included).
In a world that feels like it demands perfection, mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen shares how to develop a kinder and more compassionate relationship with yourself, which in turn can improve your relationships with others.