Kosher Salt is Sixth & I’s multi-directional channel for encouraging dialogue, harvesting creative identity, and bringing voice to a wide range of approaches to modern Judaism.
Our name stems from the idea that kosher salt itself is of Jewish origin, but has since become widely used for both Jewish as well as secular purposes. Kosher Salt meets the needs of diverse people, given its widespread appeal. Sixth & I exists as a perfect juxtaposition to the seasoning–a center for an unexpected, creative mix of high-impact cultural, social and religious programs that span the interests of diverse individuals, while showcasing and maintaining its inherently Jewish history.
For pitches, ideas, press releases, or any other information please contact Ali, agoldstein[at]sixthandi[dot]org.
Sixth & I is a non-denominational, non-membership, non-traditional historic synagogue and center for arts and culture housed in a 103-year old building. We are a congregation without borders where the lines of devotion blur to create a spiritual fusion of fresh rituals. As a hub for arts, entertainment, and discussion, people plug in to what’s happening at the forefront of the cultural scene. To learn more about the building’s history as a Conservative synagogue (1908) turned African Methodist Episcopal Church (1951) and nearly would-be nightclub (2002), click here.