• blm16 diane
  • blm11 lucy
  • blm19 – before the rain
  • blm3 -rachel rick
  • blm20 taking a knee
  • bm15 elder
  • blm13 jerry johanna
  • blm10 bystanders
  • blm6 fran rachel melissa julia
  • blm7 sasha
  • blm8 frant mom
  • blm1 – rick ellen
  • blm18 rosa with friend
  • blm5 zavi ellen adam
  • blm2 – backs goldmans
  • blm9 lucy johns
  • blm12 frant
  • blm17 judyg and frant shofar blowing
  • blm4 – hannah cal
  • blm14 goldmans front

Fabrangen High Holiday Services will be online this year via Zoom.  The full schedule and links to RSVP for services is available here.

We are asking for everyone to RSVP this year, but as always, our services are open to all.

No Tickets Required but Donations are Welcome!

See this year’s suggested High Holiday Tzedakah recipients.

16th Street Vigil

“Do not stand idly by the
blood of your neighbor”
Leviticus 19:16

“Justice, justice shall you pursue.”
Deuteronomy 16:20

16th St Vigil Against Racism
Join Fabrangen and WES every Friday at 5 p.m. in front of 7750 16th Street, N.W.

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First time at Fabrangen on Shabbat?
Guests are always welcome at our services. Join us for deep and thoughtful study and discussion of the weekly Torah portion. We have lots of great melodies in the prayer service and both women and men lead services and read from the Torah. We’d love to see you at silent meditation before services or at our community kiddush after services. More . . .

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Join Fabrangen Online Via Zoom for Shabbat Services

Saturday morning services are via Zoom until further notice.

Please email the Fabrangen Coordinator to get the login credentials for these Zoom Meetings.

We welcome guests who want to daven with us!

09:00 a.m.     Meditation

09:30 a.m.     Pesukei deZimra

10:00 a.m.     Shachrit

10:30 a.m.     Torah Service

Saturday Morning Meditation

“Happy are those who dwell in your house.”
Hebrew Text: “Happy are those who dwell in your house.”

The Talmud (Mishnah Berakhot 5:1 (30b) says that the chasidim rishonim (early pious ones) used to meditate for an hour before prayer so that they might concentrate their thoughts on God.

Please login via the Shabbat Zoom link at 9:00 to join us for a half hour of meditation before services.

Learn more about Fabrangen and Jewish Meditation.

Upcoming Events

Sat 15

Online Zoom Shabbat Services

August 15 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sat 22

Online Zoom Shabbat Services

August 22 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sat 29

Online Zoom Shabbat Services

August 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sep 05

Online Zoom Shabbat Services

September 5 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sep 12

Online Zoom Shabbat Services

September 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sep 12

Selichot Services

September 12 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm