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  • ICJS Inclement Weather Policy - Recently Updated

    January 7, 2015

    Please note the update to ICJS' Inclement Weather Policy:

    During inclement weather,  ICJS determines whether to close or open late based on the Baltimore County Public School system. If BCPS closes due to inclement weather, the ICJS office will also be closed that day. Any class scheduled that day will be postponed. 

    Likewise, if BCPS... read more

  • ICJS Co-founder featured on WYPR

    December 11, 2014

    ICJS Co-founder LeRoy Hoffberger was interviewed on WYPR's Maryland Morning regarding his recently published memoir "Measure of a Life".

    "At 89, LeRoy Hoffberger can look back on a full life brokering investments and business deals, fostering Jewish education, supporting health research, collecting art.  When he was still a boy his father and uncles were involved in myriad businesses..." Listen to the full interview at read more

  • January 2015 courses at St. Mary's Ecumenical Institute now registering

    December 5, 2014

    The Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary & University invites you to sign up for their January courses.

    Dorothy Day & American Catholicism, Mondays 6-8:15 pm, January 26 – May 4. Dr. Heather Miller Rubens will teach "Dorothy Day & American Catholicism," an examination of the life and legacy of Dorothy Day through her own words, focusing on issues relating to poverty, labor rights, building community, pacifism and the role of... read more

  • Kabbalah and the Art of Jewish Mysticism February Mini Course

    December 4, 2014

    Join Dr. Benjamin Sax for a mini course on the Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism. This course will examine several major themes in Jewish mysticism including good and evil, the feminine aspect of divinity, and the practice of cleaving to God.

    In four sessions, we shall survey a variety of Kabbalistic themes, practices, and concepts by reading primary texts in translation. We shall also... read more