Baltimore Hebrew Congregation 7401 Park Heights Ave, Pikesville, MD21208 This congregation offers everything from worship and youth religious classes for members to cemeteries and even…More Brotherhood and Sisterhood groups that are open to non-members. With 1,350 families, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is the largest Reform congregation in the Baltimore area. It runs the accredited The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew for children from 18 months old through eighth grade. And the congregation has a special program for people in their 20s and 30s called "Chai Life." Interestingly, its 17 acres sit on both Baltimore City and Baltimore County property. Worship and the preschool are in the city, while The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew is in the county. "We are the only synagogue where you can get your marriage certificate from the city or county," said Jo Ann Windman, executive director. One cemetery is on Berrymans Lane in Reisterstown, and one is on Belair Road in Baltimore.
First Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist Church 809-811 W Saratoga St, Baltimore, MD21201 First Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist Church holds Sunday service at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville and…More offers numerous activities and events, including various ministries, educational programs, Bible study programs, youth programs and more.
The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew is a progressive Pre-K – 8th Grade Jewish community school that…More features a diverse student body. It aims to provide challenging academics in a warm, loving environment. The school strives to help each student become well-rounded, confident individuals who love to learn. It offers STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), athletic and fine arts programs and provides each student with the time and attention needed to succeed.
The school integrates Jewish studies with a secular curriculum, providing students with a foundation in Jewish values, religion and language, which are taught from a pluralistic perspective. All are welcome at The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew, including secular to orthodox families, non-Jewish families and interfaith families. Class sizes range from 7 – 14 students each. Students are taught both inside and outside the classroom. Students visit art museums, explore nature, attend performances and visit historical sites.