Adat Chaim Welcomes You!

We are a warm, diverse  Jewish congregation located in Owings Mills, MD. Our approach to Jewish life is simple, integrating a deep respect for traditional Judaism with the insights of contemporary life. Adat Chaim welcomes interfaith families, couples, and individuals of all races, heritages, ethnicities and sexual orientations. Our building, bima and facilities are wheelchair accessible.
We are proud to serve the northwestern part of Baltimore County and Carroll County. Adat Chaim is a small congregation that enjoys coming together as a Jewish community to celebrate Shabbat each week and festivals and holidays throughout the year. We offer programs and events that enrich, educate and are meaningful. Our hope is that you find us to be just what you are looking for.
The Congregation of Life 
  An Egalitarian conservative Congregation serving Baltimore and Carroll Counties, Maryland
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Shabbat Morning Services are at 10AM every other week on our Zoom platform. Please join us for services by sending your email address to our Ritual chairperson, Esther Miller, at acritualcommittee@gmail.comAdditional services, holidays, and events can be found to the right and in our Newsletter. 

Please call the synagogue at 410-833-7485 if you need additional information or updates. You can reach us by e-mail at:

To reach the President, Ritual Chair or Treasurer by  telephone, please call the Synagogue office.

For directions click on the "Contact Us" tab
    Red Run Centre
    10989 Red Run Blvd., Suite 109
    Owings Mills, MD 21117
    410-833-SHUL (7485)
    Email us at
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Great news for your year round shopping!

When going to shop on the synagogue can benefit without it costing you anything. First, Click here and you will be taken to the SmileAmazon sign-in page of The first time you shop there you will be directed to pick the charity of your choosing, ADAT CHAIM, after you have signed in. Shop just like you always do and a percentage of your purchase will be credited, if eligible, to our account. It is that easy. All privileges are the same. This is an on-going fundraiser for Adat Chaim.  Please let your neighbors, friends and family know about this on-going fundraiser,

Events and Happenings:

All services and events in the synagogue building have been CANCELLED

       Fall Shabbat services and Study Series         are on Zoom. Saturdays at 10 AM

     November 7th  Saturday  10 am  Zoom
   Shabbat Study - Topic: a curated tour 
    of government and the political 
    process as refracted through the lens 
    of Jewish ideals

    November 14th  Saturday  10 am Zoom
   Shabbat Service

    November 15th Sunday 4PM Zoom
   Tour the Chagall exhibit at the Jewish 
   Museum of NY  

​    November 21st Saturday 10 am Zoom
   Shabbat Study Session TBA

    November 28th Saturday 10 Zoom
   Shabbat Service 

 If you have a need to contact us please do  
 so on our email  
 or call the Shul office 410-833-7485.
Adat Chaim Synagogue       10989 Red Run Blvd., Suite 109           Owings Mills, MD       410-833-SHUL [7485]
We are carefully monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. We will make any schedule changes necessary to protect the safety and well-being of our Adat Chaim family and the community at large. Please take care of yourselves and contact each other in the days ahead.

 Shabbat services have been cancelled in the building until further notice. Any scheduled events or meetings have also been cancelled. Please look below for our zoom announcements. 

 Email our president, Jerry Newman, at with any life cycle events that may occur during this trying time. Stay safe!
Taken from Fran Phillips', Maryland's Deputy Health Secretary, speech of June 10, 2020:

   So we’re asking Marylanders to again continue to use common sense and use the best defense that we have against COVID-19, and that’s not to get infected in the first place. This virus hasn’t changed since we first started talking about it in March. It is still contagious. It is still sneaky. It takes days before symptoms appear. And people may be infectious before they realize they have symptoms. To fight this virus, we need to be vigilant in the very same ways that we have talked about: Stay six feet apart, wear a face covering, wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer. And we know that outdoors is safer than indoors. That’s because of the contained environment indoors allows the virus. We also know that if you need to be in a confined space, think about how long you’re in that confined space. A shorter period of time is safer than a longer period of time.