Drumroll Please . . .

As of today, we’re officially launching our brainchild. It’s been our plan since moving from Los Angeles to cultivate the fertile soil of “Yinon the blog” into Yinon … the living, breathing, DC-area spiritual community. Et voila!


Here’s a brief primer:

Centered in our nation’s capital, Yinon is a spiritual home for Jews of many kinds. We are traditional and we are post-modern. We are believers, we are doubters, and we are seekers. We are inspired by a vision of Messianic Jewish life that is progressive, egalitarian, and engaging … rooted in the enduring legacy of Messiah. We seek to cultivate in our fellow Jews greater levels of faith, hope, and involvement with the world. We seek to inspire our sisters and brothers to prepare the world for the coming of Mashiach. We are committed to creating a kehilla kedosha – a community of holiness, embracing the ideals, ethics, culture, and faith of the Jewish people. Our energies and programs span the breadth of learning, social justice, community building, and professional networking.



If you live in the DC/VA/MD area and are interested in linking arms with us as we build this community, get in touch! We just bought a massive dining table that we’d love for you to help us break in.


And if you know any young Jewish students, professionals, couples, or families in the DC/VA/MD area, then spread the word! We’d love to meet them.

About Monique

Chocoholic, jazz head ... prone to rants, and a professional pitbull. I married a terrific guy who happens to be a rabbi, so I guess that makes me a rebbetzin. Who saw that one coming? My grandparents survived the Shoah and spent their lives in the service of others. On my best days, I walk in their footsteps.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Drumroll Please . . .

  1. Rabbi Joshua says:

    I would like to add that Yinon is not so much a "synagogue" but rather an idea. We hope to partner with local communities and congregations to build and strengthen the Messianic Jewish community in the DC/Metro area through creative programming and events.

  2. derek4messiah.wordpress.com says:

    Sweet. I look forward to hearing more. I know you have a lot of creativity and energy. May God bless and sharpen your vision.Derek Leman

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *