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The Aish Center is Closed But We are Open!

Aish is temporarily closed in accordance with Maryland’s non-essential business closure order. While we continue to practice physical distancing, let’s avoid any semblance of social, emotional and spiritual distancing. Now is the time to reach out to one another and the time to work on and continue our personal growth.

To that end, we are offering, via Zoom and Facebook Live, many weeknight classes, which we hope you will find inspiring. Please see below and check your email for updated schedules. Email Rabbi Frankel bfrankel@aish.com with any questions.

Special Events

Kabbalat Shabbat

Virtual Kiddush & Kabbalat Shabbat: Catch up with friends and enjoy live music with our own Yisroel Juskowitz!

When: Friday at 5:30 pm, in honor of July 4th weekend. 

Where: Join with a l’chayim in hand, on Facebook or on Zoom (for Zoom passcode check your Aish Weekly Newsletter or email us).

Cost: Please help sponsor this event (for $100) in honor of July 4th, in memory of a loved one or for any other reason.

Regular Weekly Schedule

Virtual classes for all levels

Line-by-Line Through the Torah with Andy Boltax

When: Mondays, 8-9 pm

Women’s Wine & Wisdom: join Mrs. Shani Frankel to shmooze, catch up and share and discuss timeless Jewish wisdom!

When: Every other Tuesday at 8:30 pm (check calendar for dates)

Ancient Wisdom in a Modern Era with Rabbi Frankel

When: Thursdays, 8:00 pm

10 @ 10 with Rabbi Frankel: A short, 10-minute idea getting ready for Shabbat

When: Fridays, 10 am

Shabbat at the Aish Center

When: On temporary hiatus

User-friendly and lively services with festive songs and interesting insights into the Torah reading, captivating adult classes, youth programming, delicious food and more!

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