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Join Fabrangen for Passover

Passover Services in DC

We will have Passover services on Saturday, April 11, including Yizkor and chanting of Shir Hashirim (Song of Songs) at the Washington Ethical Society in DC beginning at 9:30.

Passover Services in VA

We will have Passover services on Saturday, April 11, including Yizkor and Hallel at the Fabrangen West in Vienna beginning at 9:45.

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First time at Fabrangen on Shabbat?
Guests are always welcome at our services.
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First time at Fabrangen for High Holidays?
No tickets or reservations needed. All are welcome to join us for services.
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Join us for a potluck dinner at a member's home.
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Change of Venue – April 18

Fabrangen is moving our services for one week, on April 18, 2015

We will be meeting at the Lowell School, which is just around the corner from WES on Kalmia Road. We will have meditation as usual at 9 am with services beginning at 9:30.

Lowell School
1640 Kalmia Road NW
Washington, DC 20012

Max on Heschel

Max Ticktin, along with his wife Esther, has been the heart and soul of Fabrangen since arriving in Washington in 1972, a year after Fabrangen started. Max was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1947 and holds a masters in Hebrew literature. For nearly 30 years, he shaped the Hillel movement at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Chicago, focusing particularly on social justice causes. He is also a pioneer in the Havurah and Jewish Renewal movement, creating the "Upstairs Minyan" at the University of Chicago.
In January 2013, Dr. Marsha Rozenblit, a noted historian and longtime Fabrangen member, sat down with Max at his home to discuss the legacy of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, a few weeks past Heschel's 40th yahrtzeit. More . . .