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Unity Walk

Join us for the Unity Walk, sponsored by the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington! I will be leading the Adat Shalom Kitah Zayin class and anyone else in the community who is interested. This is the 14th Annual Unity walk with more than 1000 people of all faiths and backgrounds celebrating the diversity of our region, visiting houses of worship, and communicating with each other.

Please join us at Noon at Washington Hebrew Congregation on Macomb Street, NW, WDC.

You can RSVP here .
Join the People's Climate Strike!

Friday, September 20 at 11 AM starting at the White House, and ending at 2PM at the Capitol. Join the Adat Shalom group, marching under our banner, as part of the faith contingent, along with Interfaith Power & Light. Meet at 11AM across from the Ellipse Visitor Pavilion.

The Green Tikkun Committee and its Climate Action Working Group encourage all Adat Shalomers to be part of this global climate strike and march. There is no more serious issue facing the planet. We encourage each person or family to consider whether to miss a day of school or work for this march. 

Questions? Want more information? Contact the Green Tikkun Committee.
New and Prospective Member Oneg Shabbat!
If you joined Adat Shalom since last year's High Holidays please join other new members at a special welcome Oneg in the triple classroom. Families welcome--come a bit early if your small children are hungry

Please spread the word to folks considering or curious about Adat Shalom !  

Just a reminder that information about the Days of Awe -- the High Holidays -- can be found on the Adat Shalom Website.

This includes sign-up pages for erev Rosh Hashanah Dinner, opportunities to volunteer and other programming.
This Bears Repeating:
Wear your NAMETAG!!
One of the great things about Adat Shalom is that you don't have to remember people's names. No more awkward moments of "hmmm, what is that person's name." But this only works if we wear our name tags! It's also a great security measure. Even if you are just popping in to the building to drop off a child (or an adult), put that name tag on and let us say Hello!