Affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), and founded in 1963, we are home to about 600 families from throughout the DC metro area.
We create sacred spaces where you can bring your whole self and be your best self.
We practice a hopeful, inclusive Judaism that is rooted in co-creating our shared future.
Together — in our homes, in our building, and in our city — we seek a greater sense of coherence, meaning, and possibility about who we are and want to be. Social justice is a primary expression of our values and our faith, central to everything we believe and do. We support each other in seeking answers to the fundamental questions about our lives — both as individuals and as part of something larger than ourselves.
To us, Reform is a verb.