2239’s Metro Minyan Featured in eJewish Philanthropy

What makes 2239’s Metro Minyan work? How did this Shabbat program grow from 12 young professionals in a one-bedroom apartment in 2011 to 180-250+ attendees in 2015?

In this recent article from eJewish Philanthropy, Rabbi Miller explores 10 of the factors that helped WHC’s 2239 auxiliary evolve the Metro Minyan concept from a Shabbat service to a Shabbat experience. From prioritizing newcomers to building Jewish identity between events, he focuses on the small details that bring people back to Metro Minyan month after month and have made this service a staple event on D.C.’s Jewish young professionals’ scene.

Visit eJewish Philanthropy to read the entire article.