High Holidays 2023/5784 – Schedule & Information
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services may be over but we have many other opportunities for you to celebrate the holidays with Fabrangen. Come for special services and join us for Shabbat at our regular home at the Washington Ethical Society (WES) building at 7750 16th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20012.
Join us for
- Potluck meals in the Fabrangen Sukkah – Sept. 29, Oct. 4, &
Oct. 6 (just added) – In-Person (must rsvp),
- Sukkot/Shabbat Services – Sept. 30 – Multi-Access (Hybrid – email coordinator for Zoom link) – at WES,
- Shemini Atzeret /Shabbat Services – Oct. 7 – Multi-Access (Hybrid – email coordinator for Zoom link) – at WES, and
- Simchat Torah services with Am Kolel – Oct 7 – ( In-Person and streaming via Zoom – email coordinator for Zoom link)- at WES.
Donate to High Holiday Tzedakah
Giving tzedakah is a long-standing Jewish custom at the High Holidays. This year’s recommended recipients are:
- National Fund for Abortion Access
- ID Ministry at Foundry United Methodist Church
- Project Hope
- Fabrangen Immigrants and Refugee Committee
Support Fabrangen’s High Holiday Services
Our services are always open to everyone for free, but we encourage you to donate to Fabrangen to support our High Holiday Services. Because of increased security and technology costs, we suggest a donation of $150 per adult.
Bundling your donations through Fabrangen increases our impact on the recipient organizations.
Join us for Shabbat Services
At this time, Fabrangen is holding two types of services: multi-access (hybrid) and Zoom only.
- The in-person part of our multi-access services are held at the Washington Ethical Society, 7750 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20012
- Please wear a mask and follow the latest CDC guidelines when attending in person.
- Check the calendar for details.
Please email the Fabrangen Coordinator before Shabbat to get the Zoom link for both types of services.
Fabrangen is a community devoted to Torah, community service, and social justice activism. We warmly welcome everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religious background or affiliation, nationality, disability, or age. Our services during the year and for the High Holidays are guided by several principles:
- egalitarian and participatory services that seek to include everyone in the spiritual experience
- creative mix of traditional and innovative worship
- member-led services that engage the congregation