In honor of Yom HaShoah, Rabbi Shira and community member Chris Gray lead a discussion of Holocaust scholar Hannah Arendt’s approach to resistance, radicalism, and activism in the face of evil.
Special Solo Performance
Described by Blues Magazine as “the ultimate female rock star,” the GRAMMY-nominated powerhouse vocalist performs a raw and unplugged career-spanning set during an intimate, stripped-down solo tour.
In Conversation with Patty Stonesifer
The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World highlights the unique obstacles women and girls are overcoming around the world, and comes at a crucial moment when the struggle for women’s voices to be heard is making headlines on a daily basis.
On Yom HaShoah, learn about the lasting impact and relevance of the Holocaust, commemorate those who perished, and honor the past through music, prayer, and a candle lighting ceremony.
Combining Jewish wisdom with yoga poses and Vipassana Buddhist meditation, instructor Alesandra Zsiba leads an exploration of mindfulness through movement and reflective discussion.
A traditional service with soulful melodies, contemporary insights, and stories, followed by dinner. Separate seating for women and men during the service.
Composed of six members of the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestras, the rip-roaring, seriously swinging chamber ensemble performs repertoire ranging from Satie and Sting to Brahms and Queen.
Volunteer with Sixth & I’s Community Service Collective and Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area (LSS/NCA) for an afternoon of wellness workshops designed to empower participants to live healthier lives, both mentally and physically.