(301) 881 9010
11418 Old Georgetown Road

Shabbat

The Aish Center is Open for Shabbat

Classes are back! Join Rabbi Baruch Frankel for his class Torah Tips: Applied Parsha for the Best Life at 11 a.m. Saturdays, followed by Kiddush. In the afternoon, we have Finding Our Faith with Aharon (Andy) Boltax.

See our up-to-date Covid-19 guidelines here.

We have an informal kids’ program, as well. See the above-linked Covid-19 guidelines regarding masks.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Shabbat services, contact us at office@aishdc.org or 301-881-9010.


Schedule for Shabbat Chol HaMo’ed Sukkot, Sept. 24-25, 2021 

Here is a printable PDF with the full Sukkot Schedule for the First Days and Chol HaMo’ed

FRIDAY
6:43 pm  Candle Lighting  
6:40 pm  Mincha (Afternoon) Service
6:50 pm (approx.)  Kabbalat Shabbat, Dvar Torah, and Maariv (Evening) Service
SATURDAY
 
9:00 am  Shacharit (Morning) Service with melody-filled Hallel
10:30 am  Torah reading
 
11:00 am  Torah Tidbits: Applied Parshah for the Best Life! – Rabbi Brauch Frankel
 
11:45 am  Community Sukkah Hop!
 
SATURDAY EVENING
 
6:30 pm  Mincha Service
7:00 pm  Festive, song-filled Third Meal of Shabbat
7:40 pm  End of Shabbat and Maariv Service  

Will you be in our area for Shabbat? Need some home hospitality?

We will be happy to set you up with one of the families in the community.

Please fill out the following form 3 weeks before you’d like to visit. We cannot guarantee that we will find you a place, but we will do our best!

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