Feel like events in DC are catered to a younger crowd? Want to meet other interesting Jews in a smaller, more personal setting? Looking to explore questions that matter to Jewish 20s and 30s? Like drinking? Afraid of commitment?
GatherDC is excited to open applications for the next round of Mini Gatherings, taking place at the end of this month. GatherDC is dedicating this offering to those who are in their late 20s and early 30s (26 – 35).
What is Mini Gatherings, you ask? It is a 3-week-long mini-fellowship that brings together about 15 diverse Jews in similar life stages or with similar interests to meet one another and have some DMCs (deep meaningful conversations) over beers. By the end, you’ll have made new friends, had some great discussions and laughed at least twice. Guaranteed or your money back!
What: The three gatherings will be held from 6:30 – 8:00 pm on Tuesday, February 28th, March 7th and March 14th. Each session will involve some schmoozing, drinking, and an open conversation facilitated by Community Rabbi Aaron about questions relevant to Jewish 20s and 30s, such as “Are Jews different?” “What are the unique challenges to being Jewish today?” and “Does Judaism have any deal-breakers?”
No background or knowledge necessary – everyone is welcome. In addition, Aaron will host a Shabbat meal on Friday, March 10th at his apartment in Dupont. You must commit to attending all three sessions and the dinner.
Who: People who do not feel connected to a Jewish community in the DC area and are looking to meet other Jews in a smaller, more personal way in their late 20s/early 30s.
Want more information? Email Aaron.