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Rabbi Lustig: Gun Violence Prayer Vigil Remarks

On Tuesday, October 3, Rabbi Lustig joined local and national religious leaders from many faiths at the Washington National Cathedral for a prayer vigil urging a national conversation to end to gun violence. After the Cathedral’s funeral bell tolled 60 times, once for each life lost outside the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas during the deadliest mass shooting in American history and once for the shooter, Rabbi Lustig spoke to those assembled. We are honored to share his remarks.Read More  ➔


In Loving Memory - Rabbi Joshua O. Haberman

Rabbi Joshua Haberman, surrounded by loving family, passed away peacefully at his home on September 24, 2017. He is survived by his treasured wife of 73 years, Maxine Rudin Haberman; children Deborah (Rabbi Mayer) Perelmuter, Judy (Rabbi David Forman, of blessed memory), Daniel (Osna) Haberman, and Michael (Martha) Haberman; 15 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren.Read More  ➔


WHC President Addresses Congregation on Rosh Hashanah

The moral message of Washington Hebrew Congregation and the Reform Movement was captured in remarks made by WHC President David Astrove during our Congregational Rosh Hashanah service. We invite you to view his full speech on WHC’s YouTube channel.Read More  ➔


My Jewish Journey: Froma Sandler

I was introduced to Washington Hebrew Congregation 60 years ago. My husband, Jerry Sandler, attended Religious School through Confirmation, a tradition that was followed by our children and grandchildren who are now fourth generation members.Read More  ➔