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December 15, 2017 / Friday
Special Services
Who Wants to be a Maccabee? – A Shabbat Hanukkah Celebration for Families
5:45PM— 7:30PM

Led by all clergy.

Young (and old) Maccabees and Maccabee-wannabes are invited to celebrate Hanukkah with us at Temple on Friday, December 15. Need fortification before the 6:00 pm service? Arrive a little early for a “pre-neg” of challah, veggies, and hummus. At the Shabbat Hanukkah service, Religious…

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December 15, 2017 / Friday
Special Services
Shabbat Hanukkah Adult Study
5:45PM— 8:30PM

Led by all clergy.

Bring your hanukkiyah and an unwrapped toy to support our holiday toy drives to Temple and celebrate the Festival of Lights with your WHC family and friends. We will offer light snacks in Kreeger Lobby before the 6:00 pm intergenerational Shabbat Hanukkah service. Afterward, our holiday…

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December 16, 2017 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

Led by Cantor Bortnick.

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just…

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December 22, 2017 / Friday
Worship
Tot Shabbat at Temple
5:00PM— 7:00PM

Our clergy make going to Friday night services a fun, fulfilling event for families with young children (or grandchildren). Join us for Tot Shabbat, a half-hour service – open to the community – that teaches Jewish prayers, traditions, and rituals through songs, stories, and art projects. Continue that feeling of…

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December 23, 2017 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

Led by Cantor Bortnick.

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just…

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December 29, 2017 / Friday
Worship
Annual Joint Service
6:00PM— 7:00PM

The final Shabbat service of the year is a rotating "joint venture" between Washington Hebrew Congregation, Adas Israel, Temple Micah, and Temple Sinai. This year's service will be at Temple Sinai.

The service begins at 6:00 pm. Pre-service snacks will be available starting at 5:30 pm in the Temple's foyer.

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December 30, 2017 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

Led by Rabbi Miller.

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just…

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January 5, 2018 / Friday
Worship
Tot Shabbat at the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center
5:30PM— 7:30PM

Led by Rabbi Shankman.

Our clergy make going to Friday night services a fun, fulfilling event for families with young children (or grandchildren). Join us for Tot Shabbat, a half-hour service – open to the community – that teaches Jewish prayers, traditions, and rituals through songs, stories, and art…

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January 6, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

Led by Rabbi Shankman.

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just…

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January 12, 2018 / Friday
Worship
MLK Shabbat Dinner
5:30PM— 7:00PM

Join us as we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a Shabbat service at Temple.

MLK Shabbat Dinner

We will host our partner churches and mosques for dinner at 5:30 pm followed by a special 7:00 pm Shabbat service. Dinner costs $20 per person. As is…

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January 12, 2018 / Friday
Special Services
MLK Shabbat
7:00PM— 9:00PM

Led by all clergy.

Join us as we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a Shabbat service at Temple.

MLK Shabbat Dinner

We will host our partner churches and mosques for dinner at 5:30 pm followed by a special 7:00 pm Shabbat service. Dinner…

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January 13, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just occasionally or every week —…

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January 20, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just occasionally or every week —…

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January 26, 2018 / Friday
Worship
Tot Shabbat at Temple
5:00PM— 7:00PM

Our clergy make going to Friday night services a fun, fulfilling event for families with young children (or grandchildren). Join us for Tot Shabbat, a half-hour service – open to the community – that teaches Jewish prayers, traditions, and rituals through songs, stories, and art projects. Continue that feeling of…

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January 26, 2018 / Friday
Worship
Shirei Shabbat
6:00PM— 7:00PM

Shirei Shabbat (Shabbat of Songs) is a musical, participatory service led by one of our rabbis and featuring the beautiful voices of Cantor Manevich and Cantor Bortnick. It's an upbeat, uplifting, and inspiring way to end your week.

This service will…

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January 26, 2018 / Friday
Worship
Metro Minyan
6:15PM—10:00PM

Led by Rabbi Miller, the evening begins at 6:15 pm with "A Shot of Torah," an opportunity to study the weekly Torah portion and dive into some serious (and not so serious) Jewish discussion. The guitar-led, come-as-you-are Shabbat service starts at 7:00 pm and is followed by dinner.

Dinner is $10 if…

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January 27, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just occasionally or every week —…

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February 2, 2018 / Friday
Worship
Tot Shabbat at the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center
5:30PM— 7:00PM

Our clergy make going to Friday night services a fun, fulfilling event for families with young children (or grandchildren). Join us for Tot Shabbat, a half-hour service – open to the community – that teaches Jewish prayers, traditions, and rituals through songs, stories, and art projects. Continue that feeling of…

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February 3, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just occasionally or every week —…

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February 10, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just occasionally or every week —…

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February 17, 2018 / Saturday
Worship
Early Torah Study
9:00AM—10:00AM

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 analyze, question, and reflect on Judaism’s central text. All are welcome — just occasionally or every week —…

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February 23, 2018 / Friday
Worship
Tot Shabbat at Temple
5:00PM— 7:00PM

Our clergy make going to Friday night services a fun, fulfilling event for families with young children (or grandchildren). Join us for Tot Shabbat, a half-hour service – open to the community – that teaches Jewish prayers, traditions, and rituals through songs, stories, and art projects. Continue that feeling of…

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