From trivia nights to beer and wine tastings to cooking classes, we offer a variety of ways to meaningfully connect with new people. Whether you’re new to DC, Sixth & I, or the Jewish community, or have been connected for years, it’s always the right time to make new friends. Regular offerings include:

Salons

These five-to-eight-week-long, peer-led gatherings are designed for those looking for sustained and thoughtful conversation among good company. Grounded in Jewish texts, these salon-style discussions provide the space to explore our relationship to ourselves, each other, and the moment we’re living in, asking big questions like: What makes a fulfilling friendship? Can I get better at making big decisions? How do I productively disagree with others? Click here to add your name to our inquiry list.

Group Text

Once a month, over pizza and wine, dive into hot topics in the news and culture through casual, rabbi-led discussions that are grounded in Jewish texts.

Shabbat Happy Hour

Before Friday Night Services, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm on the second and third Fridays of each month, grab a drink and toast to the weekend.

 

Group Text

Jews and Hollywood - 7:00 pm ET

From “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Fleishman in in Trouble” to cult classics like Wet Hot American Summer, Jews have long cherished the relatively few opportunities they...

From “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Fleishman in in Trouble” to cult classics like Wet Hot American Summer, Jews have...

The Esties: A Purim Party

7:00 pm ET

Experience a night of snubs, surprises, and stars at the first annual Estie Awards, hosted by Rabbi Aaron and Rabbi Nora. Show off your look on our red carpet, laugh along at...

Experience a night of snubs, surprises, and stars at the first annual Estie Awards, hosted by Rabbi Aaron and Rabbi Nora. Show off...