Students at Loyola University Maryland continually try to discover other religions and their intricacies, and align them with their own values. In addition, Jewish students at Loyola may have trouble connecting with Judaism and its values. Hillel at Loyola University Maryland enriches the lives of Loyola University Maryland’s undergraduate and graduate student community through immersion in Jewish familial traditions & customs, community service efforts throughout Baltimore, as well as weekly discussions involving current Israeli–Palestinian relations in the Middle East. We continue to welcome students of all spiritual and socio–economic backgrounds to broaden our own perspective as a multicultural organization. We are likely the first chapter of Hillel in the United States to embrace such multifaceted goals of both spiritual integration and cultural collaboration.
- Weekly Discussions
- Local Synagogue Visits
- Menorah Lighting the Channukah
- Passover Seder
- Community Service Opportunities in the Jewish community
- And more!
What: Visit to the Bolton Street Synagogue
When: Friday April 19th
Where: The Synagogue (1/8 of a mile from Campion Towers)
Why: Because it's a unique experience that not too many people have participated in before!
Sign up on the flyer located in the common space in Campus Ministry in Cohn Hall!
We meet weekly in Cohn Hall in Campus Ministry to discuss evens, issues, and topics relevant to Hillel.
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Timothy Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org