Music arranged by Nehemiah Luckett & video arranged by Dillon Meyer Hesed and Social Action. Our deep gratitude to the many community members who build and support the library through donations. Our librarian, Robin Jacobson, will provide background information and facilitate the discussion. But the ritual you create doesn't have to entail immersion. And a special thank you to those who fund our special collections: We also appreciate support from the following funds: Robin Jacobson, Adas Israel Congregation 2850 Quebec St. NW Washington, DC 20008 202.362.4433 Cleveland Park Metro. Let our robust prayer, learning, social, and programmatic offerings over the airwaves serve as a beacon of hope, connection, and inspiration. Member Terms, ©2020 All rights reserved.

Immersion in the mikvah is a highly personal and spiritual experience and we respect the privacy and dignity of each person who uses the mikvah. Sunday, February 7, 11 am | Register Here.

Sunday, December 6, 11 am | Register Here. Tue, 7/7 | Wed, 7/8 | Fri, 7/10 | Mon, 7/13 | Tue, 7/14 |  Wed, 7/15 |  Thu, 7/16 |  Fri, 7/17 |  Mon, 7/20 |  Tue, 7/21 |  Wed, 7/22 | Thu, 7/23 | Mon, 7/27 | Tue, 7/28 Click Here to Learn More Today, Adas Israel “aspires to perpetuate Judaism, to enrich the lives of our members to celebrate Conservative Judaism at its creative best, and to bring Jews closer to God.” Adas Israel is a congregation focused on social consciousness and Jewish activism, sponsoring many community service projects.

Join us for an exclusive in-depth look at the Torah portion. As always, the Mikvah is open by appointment only. Examples of this type of visit are varied but include reaching a milestone birthday, marking the end of a period of mourning, becoming a bar or bat mitzvah, or celebrating an anniversary. If you are new to Zoom (or want to refine your skills), we offer instructions and helpful hints.

Join the discussion of this captivating memoir/historical novel by an acclaimed Belgian author about an 11th Century convert to Judaism. Join us as we work to help out populations most affected by COVID-19.

202.362.4433 Let water help your stuck places flow better through this difficult present moment.

Do not come to the building if you have been diagnosed with COVID until the symptoms are improving, at least 24 hours have passed without fever, and a minimum of 10 days from onset of symptoms or positive test. Delve deeply into the practice of musar - a guided journey through middot (traits) that help us to better understand who we are, and show up as our best selves in the world. These committees focus on Acts of Loving Kindness to help meet life challenges among our members and the community. *Note: Zoom meeting will begin before Shabbat starts.

Retired engineer Zvi Luria hopes to stave off dementia by volunteering to help design a road near the Ramon Crater in the Negev Desert.

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  Please choose what works for you, and join in! Library & Literary Programs Director   |   This is a wonderful opportunity knowing the fruits of your labors will be greatly appreciated by someone in need. Shabbat | Daily Minyan | Learn & Gather | Hesed & Tzedek | Additional Content.

Click Here to Learn More This is a story of a loving marriage, as well as a reflection on Israeli society and the role of memory. The Gan is committed to staying connected, and has created a comprehensive new digital framework for day-to-day school life throughout this period.

Find out more about ShulCloud, Adas Airwaves - virtual prayer, learning, connection, Bereavement Committee Member Resource Page, Barbara Abrams Cohen Collection for children’s holocaust-related books, Glenn S. Easton Jewish Genealogy Collection, Sisterhood Jewish Heritage Video Collection in memory of Anita Schwartz (z”l). Join Rabbi Holtzblatt for an uplifting dose of mindful prayer and song as we start the day together. We are here and ready to accompany you on this journey.

Please be advised that the online catalog lists all items owned by the Library, but does not reflect whether those items are currently available or on loan. "Leave Meeting" - When the meeting ends (or when you need to go), click here or simply close the app.

Cook for a cause and celebrate ThanksGIVING!

Enjoy our Jewish-themed fiction and non-fiction, try out Israeli authors, browse Jewish magazines and newspapers, study sacred texts, or even play games and do puzzles, surrounded by the warmth of books. ([email protected]) All are welcome to join and each learner will gain new insight that will expand their knowledge and skills.

There's no set format or expectation of what your ritual looks like--as long as you are deriving meaning of it. We are looking for folks who can help people join and host Zoom meetings, and provide other basic tech services to help us stay connected.

This video will premiere in our Chanukah concert.

You can schedule your visit at www.mikvahcalendar.as.me. Join the discussion of this comic and thought-provoking novel by one of Israel’s foremost authors. Member Terms, ©2020 All rights reserved.

Cleveland Park Metro, Privacy Policy Click Here to download your own Adas room backgrounds and learn how to enable them! Within the panel, you will have options for chatting with everyone or selecting a specific participant. The congregation also provides many different means of being involved with Judaism. Jonathan Kaufman, former China Bureau Chief for the Wall Street Journal, will discuss his latest non-fiction book, The Last Kings of Shanghai: The Rival Jewish Dynasties that Helped Create Modern China.

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