B’nai Israel is thrilled that you are considering joining our synagogue. We are an egalitarian, inclusive, accessible and welcoming Conservative congregation. Ours is a community of more than 1100 families where everyone is valued as an individual and encouraged to find their own path.
We were founded over 90 years ago, yet our approach to Judaism places an emphasis on relevance today. B’nai Israel strives to make Jewish life enjoyable and appealing for our members across generational lines.
We value spirituality, whether at daily minyan, regular Shabbat and holiday services, special life cycle events, or in nontraditional settings. We value education and learning, from our Nursery School through our Talmud Torah and Confirmation Class to our extensive Adult Education offerings. We value tzedakah and tikkun olam—charity, social justice and a responsibility to care for others. And we support Jewish community locally, in Israel, and throughout the world.
We would love to introduce you to the benefits of being a part of our warm, caring Congregation. Please stop by and we will give you a tour of our beautiful facility, share the joy of Shabbat services, discuss a special speaker, or simply help you find your place in the B’nai family.
President: Deedee Jacobsohn
Vice President, Membership: Kimberly Cohen
Come join our family! Please contact David Rothenberg, Executive Director at 301-881-6550 for more information on becoming a member of B’nai Israel. We look forward to hearing from you.
B’nai Israel’s outstanding clergy offer a meaningful, fulfilling worship experience while remaining unwaveringly committed to the values of Conservative Judaism.
We are a leader in award-winning Jewish programming for all ages.
We are a large, warm and inclusive community, ready-made to welcome you and your family.
Our Nursery School and Talmud Torah (religious school) provide a nurturing environment for your children to learn and grow in Jewish education.
B’nai Israel offers comprehensive services and support for all life cycle events, including brit milot/baby namings, b’nai mitzvot, weddings, and funerals.