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DAILY MINYAN
Biran Beit Midrash

Morning Minyan: Mon – Fri, 7:30 am.
Sundays and legal holidays, 9:00 am.
Evening Minyan: Sun – Thur, 6:00 pm.

         

Friday, October 24
Candle Lighting: 5:59pm

KABBALAT SHABBAT ONEG
5:30pm; Biran Beit Midrash

L’DOR VADOR SHABBAT SERVICE 
with 4th Grade Leaders! 
6:00pm; Gewirz Beit Am
with Rabbi Steinlauf

 

Saturday, October 25
PARSHAT NOAH/ ROSH CHODESH CHESHVAN, Havdalah: 6:59pm

SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE
9:15am; Charles E. Smith Sanctuary
Bar Mitzvah: Adam Crausman
Sermon by: Rabbi Steinlauf

TRADITIONAL EGALITARIAN MINYAN
9:30am; Gewirz Beit Am

 

TOT SHABBAT
11:00am; Cohen Hall

NETIVOT
11:00am; Classroom 345

JUNIOR CONGREGATION
11:00am; Biran Beit Midrash

PARSHAT HASHAVUAH (Ma'alot)
12:30pm; Biran Beit Midrash

MINCHA/MAARIV
6:00pm; Biran Beit Midrash


We Welcome Interfaith Households

 

Adas Israel in the Community

     

We welcome interfaith family members to worship at all services. Weekday, Shabbat and holiday services are open to members of all faiths. See the video above: Beloved Adas members sharing their interaith stories. They exemplify Adas' sacred mission to foster intimacy & connection in the presence of each other, through Jewish life & tradition. adasisrael.org/interfaith

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A MESSAGE FROM RABBI STEINLAUF
Click Here to read the Rabbi's recent personal letter to the congregation, and a note of support from Arnie Podgorsky, president.

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THE WASHINGTON POST
Praise for Adas Israel's Biran Beit Midrash (House of Study) and efforts for 21st century Jewish life, learning & community.
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THE ATLANTIC
On Rabbi Steinlauf and his "deceptively simple [sermon] to help explain the nature of the Middle East conflict."

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The Vision of Renewal 

"Now that this phase of the Vision of Renewal has been realized, it is up to all of us to live up to its promise, to maintain within our stunning new edifice the warm, welcoming, diverse & vital Jewish community for which it was designed."  -The Vision of Renewal Committee
Click to Learn More About the Vision of Renewal Building Renovation Project

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