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 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.