Inspired by Rosh Chodesh, the start of a new month in the Jewish calendar, Rabbi Nora leads song-filled morning prayers and kavvanot (intentions) to start your day.
Netflix stars Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are bringing a minimalism talk and a live version of their popular podcast on the road for their first tour in three years: the Love People, Use Things Tour.
With Alison Cohen
At this one-hour alternative Shabbat service, unwind and reconnect through guided meditation, reflection on Jewish teachings, and communal singing. Mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen and musician Aaron Shneyer will be your guides, whether you participate from our pews or virtually from home.
In Conversation with Barrie Hardymon
From the author of A Little Life comes To Paradise, a bold, brilliant novel spanning three centuries and three different versions of the American experiment, about lovers, family, loss and the elusive promise of utopia.
A Conversation with Rabbi Aaron and Reverend Doctor D.K. Kearney
Before MLK Weekend, Rabbi Aaron and Reverend Doctor D.K. Kearney of Turner Memorial AME Church lead a text study and conversation about faith and justice as a part of Turner’s “Let’s Talk” series.
In celebration of Tu B’Shvat, ground yourself with a gentle yoga flow and guided meditation led by Jewish mindfulness teacher Alison Waldman. All levels of experience with yoga are welcome.
This moving service with Turner Memorial AME Church, which worshiped in Sixth & I’s building for five decades, commemorates the spirit and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
At our virtual seder led by Rabbi Nora, you’ll explore nature-inspired texts to discover connections between environmentalism and Judaism, learn the basics of Kabbalah, and explore the symbolism behind the fruit, nuts, and four cups of wine we enjoy on this holiday.
With Washington Interfaith Network
How do you want to make a difference this year? Are you ready to harness your community’s power to create change? Meet, exchange ideas with, and learn alongside other Sixth & I’ers as organizers from the Washington Interfaith Network provide training on how to be an effective agent of change in the public arena.