Description: We will be cooking for and during the All Community "Passover Around the World" celebration. Students should wear comfortable shoes as we will be standing and cooking throughout the class. Parent drop off will be at Temple Micah at 9:00 am; pickup at 11:30 am. Students do NOT have to bring their binder to this class and the included readings for this month are optional.
Description: Throughout history, Jewish liturgical music has imported the music from outside the synagogue walls to inside our sanctuaries. We will examine this practice over the last couple of centuries in various locations in Europe and America. Teddy Klaus is the Music Director for Temple Micah.
Description: Following the service guest speaker Avrom Bendavid-Val will talk about his book, "The Heavens Are Empty: Discovering the Lost Town of Trochenbrod," which explores the town of Trochenbrod, where his father and grandfather came from.
Description: In true Temple Micah style, we'll be going to a baseball game this spring! MiTY is excited to be hosting this Temple Micah community-wide day of fun. Whether you're 1 or 120, this day is for everyone! Tickets are $18 per person, $8 of which will serve as a voucher at concessions stands at Nationals Park.
Description: Sukkot in Spring is an annual housing rehabilitation program for needy elderly or disabled DC residents, and we will be doing minor-to-moderate repairs on a family's home. We are in need of all kinds of help, from those who barely know one end of a paint brush from the other, to those skilled in carpentry, plumbing, and electrical work.
Description: with Carole Zawatsky, Chief Executive Officer, DCJCC, Liz Lerman, dancer, choreographer and Jenna Weissman Joselit, Director of the MA in Jewish Cultural Arts and the co-director of the Program in Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts at George Washington University. Moderated by Michael Feuer, Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development and Professor of
Education Policy at The George Washington University, President of the National Academy of Education.
Description: The Mothers Circle provides FREE education and support for women of other religious backgrounds who are raising Jewish children and focuses on Jewish rituals, ethics, and the how-to’s of creating a Jewish home.