Registration is now open here. Packets with registration information were mailed to member homes mid-June.
Please consult the High Holy Day Service Schedule Booklet that was mailed to all members for information including dates and times, and descriptions of services. Please note that the following services are full: Erev Rosh Hashanah early, Erev Yom Kippur early, and late Yom Kippur Morning.
If you have any questions, please contact the High Holy Day Volunteer Desk at email@example.com or 703.532.2217, ext. 318.
Consider our Alternative Service that is open to the public! Join us as you like – Erev Rosh Hashanah, Erev Yom Kippur or, new this year, Yom Kippur Morning Service! Tickets are $25 and are required for admission.The services are held at George Mason High School in Falls Church, VA. George Mason HS is just off the Orange Line at the West Falls Metro stop.
If you have any questions, we are happy to help! Please contact us by email or 703-532-2217, ext. 318. Thank you.
During our summer Evening Shabbat services we will explore Jewish ethical teachings from the book The Jewish Moral Virtues, by Eugene Borowitz and Frances Schwartz. These teachings are based on the work of the 13th century Roman Jew Yehiel ben Yekutiel. We will learn how we can apply these virtues to contemporary life.
Please note that the start time of our Shabbat Evening Service is 6:30 PM from June until the end of August. The only exception is Hot Shabbat on Friday, June 13, which begins at 6:45 PM. We will have Bo’i Shabbat Service at 6:45 PM on June 6.
Together we will spend Shabbat enjoying the summer weather and the beauty of our own TRS property! Weather permitting, the Shabbat Evening Service held on the last Friday of June, July, and August will be in the amphitheater at Bunny’s Place, located near the lower level parking lot. If the weather is above 85 degrees or it is raining at 4:00 PM, check the website calendar for a final decision on location.
During July and August, our active Torah Study group that meets Saturday mornings at 9:00 AM takes a break from their study of the Torah verse by verse. TRS lay leaders lead the spirited discussions, delving into a topic of choice, voted on by the group, for the entire summer. As of this printing, the topic was still being hashed out so come on by to find out what we’re up to! The conversations are always interesting with a variety of opinions and perspectives shared. Drop-ins are encouraged and more than welcome. A light nosh of bagels and coffee is offered.