Jewish HoCo

 

Whether you're new to Howard County or you've been here for years, the Jewish Federation of Howard County will help you find whatever you're looking for -- everything Jewish in Howard County, from pre-schools to senior services; synagogues to camps! We can help you discover all that Howard County’s  Jewish community has to offer.

"One of the things I appreciate most about being a rabbi connected to the Jewish Federation of Howard County is that the small-to-medium size of our community allows for the possibility to effect real impact and change as an individual.  I have seen that passionate individuals or small groups have brought their vision for improving and enriching our Jewish community from idea to implementation through Federation."

-Rabbi Craig Axler,
Temple Isaiah

  • BBYO in Howard County

    The three BBYO chapters in Howard County plan and hold programs and meetings on a weekly basis. This allows members to explore leadership, service, Israel education, and Jewish values, and to become vibrant Jewish community leaders.

  • Jewish Emergency Network

    The Jewish Emergency Network (JEN) is a program of the Federation designed to provide emergency assistance to individuals and families. This program helps people in our community in times of crisis.

  • Simcha Resources

    Whatever the occasion is, let the Federation help you celebrate. Rent a chuppah or send congratulations with a tribute card and support the Jewish Federation and your community.

  • Community Directory

    Whether you are new to Howard County or you've been here for years, Federation's online Howard County Jewish Community Directory will help you find what you are looking for. Use our directory to discover all that Howard County has to offer.

  • Chaplaincy

    Our Community Chaplain and Hospice Rabbi uphold the Jewish value of maintaining the dignity of life for anyone who is Jewish, regardless of affiliation.

  • Jewish Group at HCC

    The Jewish Group (JG) at Howard Community College brings together Jewish students for cultural and holiday events.