OUR MISSION The mission of the Har Sinai Congregation Religious School is to provide an education for our children that will help them develop a strong and positive Jewish identity. We hope to instill in the children a sense of spirituality and a bond to the Jewish people and Israel through the study of Torah,… Read more
Founded on May 15, 1842, Har Sinai Congregation is the oldest continuously Reform Jewish Congregation in the United States. During its first year, regular services were conducted at the home of Moses Hutzler on Exeter Street and Eastern Avenue in Baltimore. Abram Hutzler, who had become a bar mitzvah in a temporary meeting-place, describes Har… Read more
Har Sinai Congregation is a dynamic, caring community that honors our Jewish tradition to continue the covenant while empowering members to explore relationships with God, Torah and the world around us.
WRJ Sisterhood’s Judaica & Gift Shop is an elegant shop right here at Har Sinai. Open on Sundays during Religious School. Summer hours at your convenience. Contact Margery- 410-486-8581, Paula- 410-404-4171 or Nadine- 410-484-1392.
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Har Sinai CongregationFounded on May 15, 1842, Har Sinai Congregation is the oldest continuously Reform Jewish Congregation in the United States.
During its first year, regular services were conducted at the home of Moses Hutzler on Exeter Street and Eastern Avenue in Baltimore.
When I lived in Israel during my days in the seminary; aside from Ulpan, classes in Zionist history, Mishnah, liturgy, tiyyulim – trips throughout the countryside, I took time to participate in a burgeoning new fixation called Fantasy Football. This took place in our computer lab, as Wi-Fi though in existence by then, was not… Read more
With the Orioles on the cusp of the playoffs, for the second time in three years, Baltimore has once again become a Baseball town. True some of you are diehard fans and have stuck with them through thick and thin, but for the most part, Baltimore, over the past decade or so, moved on and became a Ravens town.
This past December, Har Sinai Congregation sent a small delegation to the Union for Reform Judaism’s 72nd North American Biennial Conference.