Week of Events
The tone of this service is traditional, passionate, joyful, and spiritual. We will join together in rousing traditional melodies, along with moments of depth and quiet contemplation. Our rabbis and other community members will share short divrei Torah (words of Torah). You will leave the service feeling renewed and in time to enjoy a wonderful […]
Click Here to Join the SessionThe Boker Or Torah study group meets Saturday mornings at 8:30 a.m. with the weekly portion as its focus. Join our clergy and community over zoom each week for an engaging, text-based conversation on the week's parsha, before Shabbat services. *Note: Zoom meeting will begin before Shabbat starts. All participants […]
The Traditional Egalitarian Minyan (TEM) is a warm, spirited service, committed to participatory worship. It meets in the Gewirz Beit Am every Shabbat morning and on some holidays at 9:30 a.m. Led by volunteers with the occasional assistance of Adas clergy, the TEM service offers a full P’sukei D’Zimrah (introductory Psalms), Shacharit, Torah service (starting […]
Livestream Here: adasisrael.org/shabbat-services-livestreamShabbat morning services in the Charles E. Smith Sanctuary, the synagogue's largest worship space, are led by our inspiring Rabbis and Cantor. The service includes a D'var Torah and sermon by the Rabbi and often includes participation by members and B'nai Mitzvah.Shabbat Service Links:Siddur Lev Shalem: Kabbalat Shabbat | Click Here to DownloadSiddur […]
Join us for a Saturday afternoon of prayer and Torah. The content of the mincha prayers reflects the essential goal of menucha (rest) on the Sabbath day.
MakomDC: Theological Certainty & Ambiguity in Halakhic Literature: “Are Dogmatic Principles of Jewish Belief Kosher?” With Rabbi Alexander
Study and discuss a medieval teshuvah (responsum) that asks this question after lists of faith began to emerge and gain popularity, like Maimonides' 13 principles of faith.Register