Connect personally and collectively, Reflect on the relevance of the past to today, and Act on behalf of your values and communities.
Thursday, June 8, 2023 6–9 pm
Members see it first.
Step into history–a real 19th-century synagogue–as you explore local Jewish stories in DC and the Maryland and Virginia suburbs.
A visually rich, entertaining, yet rigorous look at Justice Ginsburg’s life and work.
Presented by PNC
Dig deep into local Jewish history, discover Jewish perspectives on social justice issues facing the world today, and think about your own identity and values.
Enter one of the Museum’s most treasured artifacts – a synagogue opened in 1876.
“Almost 150 years after the region’s first purpose-built synagogue was dedicated, the Capital Jewish Museum figuratively and literally connects the story of Jewish Washington’s past, present, and future.”