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Friday Evening Service (6:30 pm)

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

If you’re looking for a slightly later Shabbat service and want some of the same musical energy that Macomb St. and Falls Rd. Shabbats bring, join us! 6:30 pm — Snack, Sip, & Schmooze SNACK — Hot appetizers, cheese, crackers, and fruit! Perfect for families looking to feed their kids before the service. Gluten-free and ...

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12 Jewish Questions (Spring)

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Do I need to believe in God to be Jewish?  What happens after we die?  Where is God in times of tragedy?  How do I rest when I have no time? 12 Jewish Questions is a learning community for adults – Jewish and non-Jewish – who have questions about Jewish identity, beliefs, culture, and customs. It’s an ...

Freedom Seder

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

ORDER TICKETS/SPONSOR TABLES USING THE FORM BELOW We are happy to be celebrating the importance of Passover’s message of freedom for all people. WHC members, their family and friends, and our interfaith neighbors will join together for an evening of community. Wednesday, March 29 6:00 pm at Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC Individual ...

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12 Jewish Questions (Spring)

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Do I need to believe in God to be Jewish?  What happens after we die?  Where is God in times of tragedy?  How do I rest when I have no time? 12 Jewish Questions is a learning community for adults – Jewish and non-Jewish – who have questions about Jewish identity, beliefs, culture, and customs. It’s an ...

Passover Festival Service

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Celebrate the holiday with our special Festival Service.  

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Tot Shabbat & Family Dinner

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Going to Friday night services is fun, fulfilling event for families with young children (or grandchildren). Held twice each month, these evenings begin with an engaging, interactive Tot Shabbat service, which lasts about a half-hour and teaches Jewish prayers, traditions, and rituals through songs, stories, and art projects. Following the service, stick around for a ...

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12 Jewish Questions (Spring)

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Do I need to believe in God to be Jewish?  What happens after we die?  Where is God in times of tragedy?  How do I rest when I have no time? 12 Jewish Questions is a learning community for adults – Jewish and non-Jewish – who have questions about Jewish identity, beliefs, culture, and customs. It’s an ...

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Yizkor Service

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

What is Yizkor? In Judaism, mourning is both private and public. When we visit a grave or observe a yahrzeit — the anniversary of a person’s death — we generally do so in private. Yizkor is the public observance for the community to come together to remember its loved ones. Yizkor means “may God remember," ...

Post-Passover Family Picnic

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Families with young children are invited to join us at Temple for a post-Passover picnic. Come for the yummy non-Passover food, stay for the great company, the adult interaction, the kids’ activities, and more! We’ll begin on the playground, weather permitting, then gather for a brief Shabbat experience, followed by delicious food. RSVP is required; ...

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12 Jewish Questions (Spring)

Temple 3935 Macomb St. NW, Washington, DC

Do I need to believe in God to be Jewish?  What happens after we die?  Where is God in times of tragedy?  How do I rest when I have no time? 12 Jewish Questions is a learning community for adults – Jewish and non-Jewish – who have questions about Jewish identity, beliefs, culture, and customs. It’s an ...