Oseh Shalom

High Holy Days: High Holy Day continue with a range of programs online and in person.  Check out this constantly updated change for upcoming events and services. Guests are welcome. Click Contact Us for access. Our office is open by appointment: 301-498-5151.  Guests must wear face masks.

ZOOM: Shabbat Morning Service

September 12, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm –

Join us our intimate Shabbat morning service. Take time out to explore the Torah and your own spirituality and connection to Judaism or to learn more about Judaism.  Guests are always welcome.

Howard County Joint Selihot Service and Program

September 12, 2020 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm – Join congregations across Howard County for Havdallah, followed by a dynamic, interactive program exploring identity through the lens of the remarkable Inge Ginsburg, a Holocaust survivor now known as “Death Metal Grandma.” A communal Selichot service, penitential prayers, and inspiration lead by Howard County rabbis and cantors (including our Rabbi and Cantor) in preparation for […]