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Julia Bindeman Suburban Center

Dedicated in 1978, the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center was erected to meet the needs of our growing congregation, as members moved out of the District to the suburbs.

The building houses the Rabbi Joseph P. Weinberg Early Childhood Center and the Temple Religious School. In addition, many Temple auxiliaries hold social and educational programs at the facility. The building also has social halls and reception areas available for rental.

Facilities Rentals

Located on 11.5 acres in Potomac, Maryland, the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center is an ideal location to host your celebration or meeting.

Our reception hall and meeting places are state-of-the-art and offer a relaxed, informal atmosphere which is perfectly designed for large or small events. Our facilities are accessible to all with listening aids readily available.

The Social Hall at JBSC
The Social Hall at JBSC

Carefully designed to serve a wide variety of social and religious needs, the Social Hall; which can accommodate upwards of 600 people – subdivides easily into smaller spaces.

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Atrium
Atrium

Adjacent to the Social Hall and opening onto the Patio, the Dickstein-Harwood-Silverman Family Atrium features blond wood, a stone floor, and a wall of windows.

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Address & Directions

Julia Bindeman Suburban Center
11810 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
phone: 301-279-7505
fax: 301-354-3200

From Washington, D.C.:
Take Massachusetts Avenue north until it dead ends at Goldsboro Road. Turn right. At River Road make a left. Continue on River Road to Falls Road in the town of Potomac, M.D. Turn right onto Falls Road and continue until the intersection of Falls and Tuckerman. The Julia Bindeman Center will be on your left.

From the 495 Beltway:
Take the River Road Potomac Exit. Follow River Road until Falls Road. Turn right on Falls Road. The Julia Bindeman Center is located on the left side at the intersection of Falls Road and Tuckerman Lane.