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At every step of the recovery phase, we continue to prioritize community health and safety under the guidance of the medical experts on our COVID-19 Task Force.
We invite you to end your week and welcome Shabbat with us! Our clergy and community look forward to seeing you in person or via livestream.
From our earliest beginnings, we have been a spiritual, educational, and cultural home for Reform Jews in the Washington, D.C. area.
Nearly every day of the year, our two buildings are bustling with activity as our members, guests, students, clergy, and staff come together to pray, learn, engage, socialize, celebrate, or mourn. Behind the scenes — from the early morning until often late at night — is an incredible team of individuals who work hard to ensure that both Temple and the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center are always is ready for whatever the day will bring.
On June 2, 2016, I became the President of Washington Hebrew Congregation, and on June 3, 2018, my term will end. It has been a wonderful two years for me. So much has happened for which I am proud, however, I certainly recognize that the vast majority of what takes place at Washington Hebrew Congregation is because of our exceptional clergy and professional staff. I am grateful for the opportunity I have had to work with such talented and dedicated people. To prepare for this column, I reviewed the speech I gave at the Annual Meeting in June 2016 when I was installed as President. In that speech, I presented three goals for my term as President of the Congregation.
If you’re impacted by the Federal Government shutdown and find yourself with some extra time during the day, we’d like to invite you to take advantage of some wonderful, FREE programs here at WHC that are open to not just WHC members, but the entire community. All the events listed below will include something to nosh on for all attendees:
Dear Friends –
For all of us, these past ten days have been ones of enormous change and adjustment. Like many of you, my household is very different than it was just a week ago. My husband and I welcomed home three college students, each in various stages of sadness for the experience they are losing and anxiety for what lies ahead. (It has been somewhat jarring to realize that a portion of that anxiety is due to worrying that they will infect their father and me, two adults who don’t feel old enough to warrant special concern!)
By WHC Members Allie Heiman and Joshua Maxey We need to see ourselves in our community. Whether it’s meeting other young families at Tot Shabbat, singing with the Women of ...
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