Individuals sustain community and community sustains the individual. At Chizuk Amuno, we strive to be a community that teaches and enables our members to welcome, care about, and support one another. We recognize our responsibility to the larger Jewish community and encourage our members to engage in direct service that assures the well being of other Baltimoreans, the Jewish people, and human beings locally, nationally, in Israel and around the world.
“Repair of the world” is a Jewish imperative. We strive to help our members bring a Jewish perspective to the search for social justice and the alleviation of suffering, and to assume positions of service and leadership in the larger Jewish and general communities. To get involved, read more about our many volunteer opportunities, or please contact Rabbi Debi Wechsler, ext. 231, or firstname.lastname@example.org or Cheryl Snyderman, ext. 300 or email@example.com.