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Our Folk Group


The Adat Reyim Folk Group was formed to provide an alternative to the traditional Friday night service. Folk services are held on the fourth Friday of every month and provide a more informal atmosphere to meet the varied spiritual needs of our congregants. Our most casual service is held during the summer, our Shabbat Under the Stars, which begins with a picnic dinner (bring your own!) and leads into the service, all held outdoors (weather permitting). Several of our members play musical instruments, including guitars, piano, cello, and tof (Middle Eastern drum). We encourage participation by the congregation, and we teach new melodies as we introduce them in the service. Please join us and learn how we “sing a new song unto G-d.” For more information, please contact the office at or (703) 569-7577.

To hear our renditions of the Friday night Shabbat prayers, please click on any (or all) of the following:

Barchu                                                                                          Mi Shebeirach

Erev Shel Shoshanim                                                                 Niggun Yedid Nefesh

Hallelu                                                                                           Or Zarua

Hapores                                                                                        Oseh Shalom 1

Hashkivenu                                                                                   Oseh Shalom 2

L'Cha Dodi                                                                                   Shalom Aleichem

L'Chu Neranena                                                                           Shalom Rav

Ma Tovu 1                                                                                     Sh'ma

Ma Tovu 2                                                                                     V'ahavta

Mi Chamocha                                                                               V'shamru

Miriam's Song


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