Volunteer for Hineni, Micah’s Caring Committee!

Posted on April 16, 2021

Hineni, Temple Micah’s Caring Committee, invites all members to take part in the rewarding ways we help Temple members in need. Hineni reaches out to those in our community who are ill, recovering from surgery or a hospital stay, bereaved or alone. We can offer a friendly voice, a helping hand, a ride, a prepared Continue Reading »

Virtual Send Off for Music Director Teddy Klaus

Posted on April 6, 2021

Dear Friends, As we anticipate Teddy’s retirement with mixed feelings of gratitude, sadness and well wishes for him and his family, we are making plans to honor him at our Friday evening online Shabbat service on June 11. At this service we will have a chance to recount Teddy’s great contributions to our Micah community Continue Reading »

WATCH: Speaking Religious Truth to Political Power: Values & Voices 2021

Posted on March 9, 2021

Last month Temple Micah co-sponsored Speaking Religious Truth to Political Power: Values & Voices 2021, a panel discussion about the Values & Voices campaign by Rabbi Andrea Weiss. Check out the recording below! Speaking Religious Truth to Political Power: Values & Voices 2021 Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 6:30 pm ET Featuring: Rabbi Andrea Weiss, Continue Reading »

Racial Justice Initiative Resource Page

Posted on February 9, 2021

The Racial Justice Initiative is a chance for members of the Micah community to take a deep dive into the systems of bias, racism, and oppression that continue to cause the racial disparities we see in D.C., in the United States, and globally. Each month, we will explore a specific area in which we see Continue Reading »

“A Time to Speak”: Available for Purchase

Posted on October 21, 2020

As we move more fully into 5781, we invite you to look back with us on other momentous years in our community’s history. Consider purchasing A Time to Speak: Selected Sermons and Writings from 1983-2019 by Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel. This collection of twenty-five sermons and writings encapsulates Rabbi Zemel’s innovative leadership over the years, and reminds Continue Reading »