No obligation to attend every meeting – come when you can. Download and install the Zoom App on your computer, smartphone or tablet prior to joining a meeting. 2850 Quebec St. NW All welcome. The congregation also provides many different means of being involved with Judaism. 202.362.4433 If you are able to help, please sign up here: https://www.adasisrael.org/form/tech-support-offer.html. Member Terms, ©2020 All rights reserved. This grounding earth-based Jewish ritual creation is for folks who are Mikvah-curious or Mikvah regulars. Do not come to the building if you are experiencing fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, headache, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, muscle aches or runny nose or congestion. Fri, 8/21 | Wed, 8/26 | Thu, 8/27 | Fri, 8/28 | Wed, 9/2 | Wed, 9/9 | Wed, 9/16 | Wed, 9/23 | Wed, 9/30 | Wed, 10/7 | Wed, 10/14 | Wed, 10/21 | Wed, 10/28  We encourage all preschool and religious school families to stay closely connected to us and each other throughout this closure. There is a menu of options at the bottom of your screen (if you don't see the menu, just move your cursor to or tap the bottom of your screen, and it will pop up): Adas Israel Congregation Cook for a cause and celebrate ThanksGIVING! Sun, 3/29 | Mon, 3/30 | Tue, 3/31 | Wed, 4/1 | Thu, 4/2 | Fri, 4/3 | Sun, 4/5 | Mon, 4/6 | Tue, 4/7 | Fri, 4/17 | Sun, 4/19 |  Mon, 4/20 | Tue, 4/21 | Wed, 4/22 David will discuss his memoir and answer participants' questions. Suggested donation amounts are: $36 one time visit (one person) $54 pre-wedding visit (covers both partners) $72 conversion (per family) $154 yearly unlimited usage. There are many suggestions, options and frameworks to assist you in this process. This worksheet was designed to guide you through the process of creating a ritual. If you are new to Zoom (or want to refine your skills), we offer instructions and helpful hints. Click here to listen, 3/12 Greeting from Rabbis Holtzblatt & Alexander You can act now to address the history of housing segregation in DC. Join Rabbi Holtzblatt for an uplifting dose of mindful prayer and song as we start the day together. It is a powerful way to experience an embodied spirituality and can connect a person to God, to their own body, to their ancestors and to the water cycle of our planet. Find out more about ShulCloud, Adas Airwaves - virtual prayer, learning, connection, Bereavement Committee Member Resource Page. Sunday, February 7, 11 am | Register Here. As always, the Mikvah is open by appointment only. 202.362.4433 We can't wait to hear your voices and see your faces as we join together in song. We invite you to join us for our live weekday learning and Shabbat services. Equally encouraged are creative reasons to immerse, usually around major life transitions. Click here to listen, Heal Us Now with Cantor Arianne Brown Join us to discuss The Convert by acclaimed Belgian-Flemish author Stefan Hertmans. 1 .   |   202.362.4433 Adas Israel Congregation 2850 Quebec St. NW Washington, DC 20008 202.362.4433 Cleveland Park Metro. Coming to you straight from the Adas treasure trove. In A Place of Exodus: Home, Memory, and Texas, acclaimed poet and essayist David Biespiel tells the story of his Jewish boyhood in Texas, and muses on the meaning of home, family, and identity. Wed, 11/4 | Wed, 11/11, Hatikvah with Community Cantors by the JCRC You can now book a Mikvah immersion completely online, by clicking here. Each session will be devoted to a deep-dive textual exploration of the chosen topic. Or click here if you'd like to schedule an exploratory conversation with one of our Mikvah Guides who can help make suggestions, format an idea for you in concrete steps, find a blessing, or suggest common household items to symbolize what your ritual is trying to express. Don't have a siddur at home? Todah Rabah--Many Thanks! Washington, DC 20008 For information contact Robin Jacobson. The book is an unusual and captivating blend of historical fiction and memoir, inspired by an actual 1000-year old letter about a young French woman who converted to Judaism. Our year together will honor Adas Israel’s unique, dynamic, and celebrated approach to Jewish life and education. We are currently mobilizing the largest Hesed Call Task Force in Adas history. You don't have to buy anything special for this--you have everything you need. Come easily via the Red Line Metro! Goldie Goldbloom talked about her prize-winning novel, "On Division," and the joys and frustrations of Hasidic life from the perspective of an insider. Fri, 6/12 | Mon, 6/15 | Tue, 6/16 | Wed, 6|17 |  Thu, 6/18 |  Mon, 6/22 |  Tue, 6/23 | Wed, 6/24 | Fri, 6/26 | Mon, 6/29 | Tue, 6/30  | Thu, 7/2 | Fri, 7/3 | Mon, 7/6  Click Here to learn about the meaningful and beautiful process of converting a child in the Adas Israel Community Mikvah. Please take your temperature before you plan to come to the building; if your temperature is 100.4 degrees or higher, do not come to the building. Our hope is that these experiences will offer a meaningful point of routine, connection, learning, and growth through the airwaves during this period. Cleveland Park Metro, Privacy Policy The book is an unusual and captivating blend of historical fiction and memoir, inspired by an actual 1000-year old letter about a young French woman who converted to Judaism.