Mitzvah Day represents the culmination of our year-long focus on community service and our long-standing commitment to helping the homeless, sick, hungry, and underprivileged in the metropolitan Washington, D.C.…
On Sunday, April 30, our volunteers, young and old working together, will lend their time, energy, and compassion to social service agencies working to improve the lives of people in need. Volunteer projects start as early as 9:30 am and will be held at Temple, the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center, and off-site locations in D.C. and Maryland. Join us.
Cantors & Kol Rinah: A Pollin Music Shabbat Service
On Friday, April 28 at Temple, Cantor Manevich, Cantor Bortnick, and Kol Rinah will use their iconic voices to help us honor Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), a time of pain and suffering, and Yom HaAtzmaut (Israeli Independence Day), a celebration of a new day and the promise of tomorrow. Join us.
Supporting Refugees & Providing Sanctuary
Join us on Wednesday, May 10 at Temple to understand the critical questions that need to be asked and answered concerning Sanctuary, including, “Where does civil disobedience end and obstruction of justice begin?” and “What concerns do individuals and religious institutions need to consider if they wish to provide Sanctuary and how do they differ?”. Learn more.
Religious School Registration
Early Childhood Registration
Our ECCs at Temple and the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center are now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Visit our webpage to learn all about their programs and register for next year or schedule a tour. Learn more.
Dear Friends, Tuesday, May 2nd is Israel's 69th Independence Day. I invite you to join me in celebrating the existence of the only Jewish state on the planet. Why? Because only in Israel can we input our Jewish values into the national GPS and let those values help navigate us to our destination.Read More ➔