Every Shabbat morning, we begin the day with an informal group at Temple to study parashat hashavua, the weekly Torah portion, in English. Led by one of the clergy, we…
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Jewish Artists and the Bible
Art historian Samantha Baskind will discuss her new book in an illustrated talk on Sunday, November 2 at Temple. For more information, click here.
On Sunday, November 2, The Reston Chorale, joined by Cantors Mikhail Manevich and Susan Bortnick, will remember those whose lives were lost or forever changed during the Holocaust. For more information about this special performance, click here.
On Sunday, October 12, Rabbi Lustig joined Rev. Dr. James E. Terrell from Second Baptist Church and Rev. John Graham from Grace Episcopal Church for a discussion on our biblical roots followed by fellowship and conversation on what a covenant on homelessness and affordable housing might include. Eighty people from different faith traditions gathered to listen, learn, and find out how to take action. From this conversation, the Journey for Justice Resolution was created. This Resolution forms the basis of a covenant that the signers will bring to the District’s new mayor in January asking for a commitment to… Read More ➔
Slingshot, A Resource Guide to Jewish Innovation, has named WHC's 2239 auxiliary as one of D.C.'s top innovative organizations in its 2014-2015 regional edition. 2239 was selected for the work… Read More ➔
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Senior Rabbi Bruce Lustig spoke on interfaith understanding and cooperation at the first Eid ul Adha Reception hosted by the White House on October 14. Rabbi Lustig was invited to speak… Read More ➔