High Holy Day Parking
This year, new parking options are available. Plan your parking in advance for a stress free arrival to services. Click here to learn more.
Annually, over 38,000 Americans die by suicide each year, and within our congregation we have felt this loss. Recently, Rabbi Lustig spoke with Washington Jewish Week editor-in-chief Geoffrey Melada and senior writer Suzanne Pollak for a pair of articles about the impact of these losses and removing the stigma around mental illness.Read More ➔
The annual 9/11 Unity Walk, drew over 1,000 people - of all faiths - to Washington Hebrew on Sunday, September 21 to begin the 2 1/2 mile journey down Embassy Row. Inspired by speeches, connected by a common desire for understanding and tolerance, and engaged in service projects, this was a special day for all who attended.Read More ➔
What to know what's happening in and around WHC in the coming weeks?Read More ➔
What might it look like if outreach to NFTY alumni was a priority for our congregations? Read More ➔