HAR SINAI CONGREGATION
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.
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Celebrating our 175th Year!
Har Sinai Congregation’s Senior Rabbi, Linda Joseph
Rabbi Linda Joseph was born in Melbourne, Australia. “Discovered” by a professor at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion who recognized the wide ranging Jewish community work she had undertaken- from working in major Jewish organizations, counseling, founding study groups and Chavurot, leading services and teaching – she was convinced to apply to rabbinic school.
175 years old, Har Sinai Congregation is the oldest continuously Reform congregation in the United States. It began with regular services in the home of Moses Hutzler on May 15, 1842. Back then, the practice was “almost orthodox” with only a few controversial moderate innovations. By 1849, the Congregation built its own temple on High…
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The mission of the Har Sinai Congregation Judaic Education Magnet 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
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.
Sermon 6/17/2016: Al HaDvash v’Al Ha’Oketz “Al hadv’ash v’al haoketz – through the honey and the sting; al hamar v’hamatok – through the bitter and the sweet; al biteinu hatinoket – for the sake of our little daughter; sh’mor Eli hatov – good God keep us safe. Al ha-eish ham’vo-eret – through the burning flame;…
Very early this week, on Thursday morning, I made my way from my home in Shandon to the outskirts of Irmo, to speak to a dozen High School Teens from a Mormon Church who meet daily to pray and study. At the “ungodly 7am hour” I was tasked with bringing these children seeking faith…
We marvel when the impossible becomes possible. In the last 24 hours the news broke that has caused more than a ripple in the scientific community. A prediction in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity has been proven. Gravitational Waves exist. This 1916 theory that was vigorously debated when presented by Albert Einstein, which was labeled by…
6:15 pmHSC Myerberg Chapel
9:00 amHSC Friedberg Library
10:30 amHSC Myerberg Chapel
Due to the impending icy conditions, the Temple office will be closing at 1:00 p.m. today
10:30 amHSC T2
In this course, we will analyze and evaluate events, issues and ideas in our world, all of which influence contemporary American society. We will view political situations, economic conditions and cultural issues as well as local, national and international news. Come prepared to listen, discuss and even debate the pros and cons of these contemporary issues. Who knows, perhaps together we can brainstorm and strategize some possible solutions to recommend to our politicians at the local and state levels who can then pass our wisdom along to the national powers that be. United, our voices have meaning!
Facilitated by Toby Essrog
Tuesdays, January 9, 16, 23 and 30 at 10:30 a.m.
$48 for HSC Members / $60 for non-HSC members
10:00 amHSC T2
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: (January 10) Two master warriors are faced with their greatest challenge when the treasured Green Dynasty sword is stolen. A young aristocrat prepares for an arranged marriage but soon reveals her superior fighting talents and her deeply romantic past. As each warrior battles for justice they come face to face with their worst enemy-and the inescapable, enduring power of love. Set against 19th century, breathtaking China landscapes, this 2000 Best Picture winner is a must see. (120 minutes)
$60 for HSC Members for the series / $75 for non-HSC Members for the series
6:00 pmHSC Friedberg Library
6:15 pmHSC Myerberg Chapel
Social Action Shabbat Service commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "I Have A Dream"
Share in Shabbat as we hear words of individuals on current issues related to immigration, echoing our ancestors' experiences.
Please help by bringing in donations for Holy Casseroley! Spaghetti sauce, cream soups and pasta!
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