Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Location: Farragut Square Park (K St NW, between Connecticut Ave NW & 17th St NW)
Stop by our sukkah in Farragut Square from 12-1 PM for pizza and a chance to wave the lulav and etrog!
Thursday, Oct 20
Developmentally Different Adults Program
Time: 7:00 pm
The Torah frequently admonishes us: "remember that you were once strangers in the land of Egypt." The test of a community is the way it treats its most vulnerable members. In this spirit, the Ohev congregation is proud to connect with developmentally different adults in the DC area and especially those from the Jewish Foundation for Group Homes. Residents of local group homes join with our congregation for arts and crafts and music. Everyone is welcome for a festive Sukkah Party featuring live music, dancing, and delicious dinner. Musical entertainment provided by the world-renowned neuropsychologist, Dr. Bill Stixrud. No RSVP is required.
Friday, Oct 21
OYP Friday Night Dinner in the Sukkah
Join Maharat Ruth and the OYP community for Shabbat Chol Hamoed dinner in the Ohev sukkah. The meal is $12 per person if you reserve by Oct. 13, and $15 thereafter.
Focus On: Innovation
Part of the Focus On:Israel Program Series
Yossi Abramowitz, President and CEO of Energiya Global Capital and co-founder of the Arava Power Company, tells us about his work in this field in Israel and the current state of science and technology development in Israel.
Saturday, Oct 29
"Slavery By Another Name" Screening
Time: 8:00 pm, Location: The Herzfeld Home, 1401 Floral Street NW
In preparation for and conjunction with the Martin Luther King, Jr., weekend in Selma, teens are invited for a movie screening of Slavery By Another Name, an original PBS documentary on slavery in America. Followed by discussion. For teens and mature pre-teens (parental discretion is advised).
Tuesday, Nov 01
Wisdom Ethereal and Domestic: The Woman in Kabbalat Shabbat Tradition
Time: 7:40 pm
In this fascinating slide-discussion, Debra Band explores the personification of Wisdom as a woman in the key biblical texts and Jewish mystical tradition that gave rise to the traditions and liturgies of Kabbalat Shabbat. Imagery presented draws upon Debra's illuminations of the Song of Songs, Psalms, and forthcoming (Sept. 6, 2016) Kabbalat Shabbat: The Grand Unification.
Monday, Nov 07
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Informational Session for Parents
Time: 7:45 pm
Please join us for an informational session on everything you need to know to plan your child's bar or bat mitzvah. Maharat Ruth, Rabbi Herzfeld, and Sarah Shapiro will provide a timeline of how to plan, and an overview of all of the logistical and ritual components. The session is intended for families planning a bar or bat mitzvah in 2017-2018. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Sunday, Nov 13
A Morning of Engagement and Dialogue
Presented by PORAT & the Lay Advisory Council of the Beltway VAAD
Time: 9:45 am - 12:00 pm, Location: Beth Sholom Congregation and Talmud Torah: 11825 Seven Locks Road, Potomac, MD 20854
A Morning of Engagement and Dialogue: A Conversation of the Greater Washington Modern Orthodox Community
Come participate in an open, respectful conversation with members of our community around three topics: community, identity, and authority. Located at Beth Sholom Congregation and Talmud Torah, 11825 Seven Locks Road, Potomac, MD.