Taught by DJ Schneider Jensen, Director of the Edlavitch-Tyser Early Childhood Center, this 90-hour education course provides students with a broad overview of human growth and development from birth to…
Sisterhood Holiday Boutique and Silent Auction
It's our 30th anniversary! Shop, bid, and dine at the area's longest-running three-day "pop-up shop" happening Sunday, December 4 - Tuesday, December 6 at the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center. Join us.
Join us at Temple on Friday, December 9 for a musical worship experience featuring a wide variety of liturgical compositions that bring together the voices of Cantors Mikhail Manevich and Susan Bortnick in beautiful harmony. Learn more.
Rabbi Ben Kamin
Rabbi Ben Kamin joins us in the Amram Scholar Series to discuss his latest book, I Don't Know What to Believe. His lecture at Temple on Sunday, December 11 will address the hunger in our country for authentic spirituality at a point when affiliation with organized religion has been in steep decline. Learn more.
Faith over Fear
Washington, D.C.’s religious leaders will lead the interfaith community on a pilgrimage walk on Sunday, December 18 from Washington Hebrew Congregation to the National Cathedral and the Islamic Center. At each site, there will be a call to prayer, a short scripture reading, and a brief reflection. Learn more.
The Annual Report
Learn more about an extraordinary year at WHC in Hand in Hand - The 2015-2016 Annual Report. Read now.
As Jews, we are reminded time and again of our obligation to, and the benefit of, helping others. Tikkun Olam — Repair the World. It is at the core of who we are as Reform Jews. There is no required way in which we are supposed to accomplish it, but we are implored to do our part. For generations, Washington Hebrew Congregation and its members have actively embraced this charge to repair the world. Institutionally and individually, we continually make a difference.Read More ➔
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