In the Jewish tradition of tikkun olam, “repairing the world,” Calah Congregation members have donated to and volunteered for organizations in Howard County and beyond to help neighbors and strangers live more comfortable and fulfilling lives. These acts of tzedakah and mitzvot include collecting nearly 1,400 lbs. of food during our three annual Yom Kippur Food Drives so far, saving a life through our bone marrow drive and more.
Calah Congregation is a liberal, unaffiliated Jewish congregation that embraces everyone, especially interfaith families. We offer modern services with traditional melodies in a warm, inviting environment. We are a congregation with a desire to keep the door open for all who wish to enjoy and appreciate our Jewish heritage. Our services emphasize congregational participation with readings and communal prayers in English as well as in Hebrew.
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Our Congregation gathers for the High Holidays at the Owen Brown Community Center. Tickets are available for the next High Holidays services in 2018.
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Thinking of joining Calah, that's great to hear! Please take a look at our membership brochure.
Our Sunday School is always open for new enrollees. Our teachers make classes fun in an easy learning environment.
Want to attend a service? We typically meet twice a month on the Sabbath, starting at 7:30 pm at the Owen Brown Community Center
Calah's Picnic at Patapsco State Park
Friday Night Service with Cantor Blankman
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