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Rabbi Ruth Smith

Rabbi Ruth Smith, Jewish chaplain at University of Maryland Medical Center, will preform same sex marriages and other life cycle events for LGBTQ families.  Rabbi Smith feels it is best to reach her through email to discuss confidential matters. Related tags: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer – LGBTQ, LGBT, Homosexuality, Same-sex, Non-binary

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Hinenu: The Baltimore Justice Shtiebl

We are a growing community in Baltimore of Jews and our loved ones who study, pray, organize, and care for one another. We’re building a synagogue-meets-community center-meets-beit midrash-meets-workers co-op. Hinenu ( הננו ) means “here we are” in Hebrew, and shtiebl is Yiddish for “little house,” a term for an intimate, cozy space where prayer and […]

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Adat Chaim Synagogue

Rabbi Jerry Seidler will preform same sex marriages and other life cycle events for  LGBTQ families.   Related tags: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer – LGBTQ, LGBT, Homosexuality, Same-sex, Non-binary

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Chabad Lubavitch Headquarters – New York

Supports a world-wide network of Lubavitch (Chabad) synagogues and outreach centers. Has on-site synagogue. Located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, NY.

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Chabad of Owings Mills

Chabad of Owings Mills’ goal is to strengthen awareness, Jewish learning and involvement of Jews in the area. It focuses strongly on children’s programs featuring various activities, including arts and crafts projects and holiday programs. It offers synagogue services and holiday programs, a Hebrew school and Sunday Hebrew classes.

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Lloyd Street Synagogue

This Orthodox Synagogue is a component of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.  The synagogue was built in 1845 by the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. It was the first synagogue erected in Maryland and today it is the third-oldest standing synagogue in the U.S.  Both the exterior and interior of the building today are very much as they […]

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Classical Reform Temple

Founded by Susan Dudley as an alternative to Baltimore’s established Reform congregations. Currently, its only objective is to provide community members with free services for the High Holidays while continuing the Reform traditions brought to the United States by German Jews seeking to assimilate into 19th century American culture. The services are held at Owings […]

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