Every Shabbat morning, we begin the day with an informal group at Temple to study parashat hashavua, the weekly Torah portion, in English. Led by one of the clergy, we…
Start the Conversation
Our Congregational Conversation on the future of Israel, Zionism, and Jewish identity starts on November 21 when Ari Shavit, author of My Promised Land, joins us as our Amram Scholar Series guest. Dinner is at capacity, but you are welcome to join us for the Shabbat service, which is free and open to the public.
35th Annual Interfaith Concert
The annual Interfaith Concert returns to WHC on November 20 - featuring legendary broadcast journalist Ted Koppel as master of ceremonies and a diverse program of performances from the Baha’i, Buddhist, Islamic, Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Zoroastrian Communities.
This Friday, two innovative programs for Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s will be combining for the first time for an event called Shabbat Squared. 2239’s Metro Minyan and Sixth & I’s 6th in the City participatory service will merge with the intention of demonstrating the diverse Shabbat options available to young professionals in D.C. Elements of each service, like Metro Minyan’s “Shot of Torah” and 6th in the City’s musician Rick Recht, will give participants a sample of a regular Shabbat at these monthly services. The end goal?… Read More ➔
Rabbi Joui Hessel and Jimmy Hexter were married on Saturday evening in Miami. We wish them a lifetime of love and happiness!Read More ➔
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On Sunday, October 12, Rabbi Lustig joined Rev. Dr. James E. Terrell from Second Baptist Church and Rev. John Graham from Grace Episcopal Church for a discussion on our biblical roots… Read More ➔