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Welcome to our Kehillah



  • Warm, welcoming, and friendly
  • Beautiful community  
  • Vibrant Daily Minyanim
  • Numerous Shiurim 
  • Motzei Shabbat Parent Child Learning Program
  • Weekly Kollel Programs
  • Weekly Cholent Kiddushes

Become Part of Our Family

Young Israel of Potomac is a warm, friendly, diverse, and vibrant shul.   We work hard to keep our membership dues affordable while still providing numerous classes and services.  Our community enjoys its own beautiful mikvah, is in close proximity to many kosher establishments and day schools, and is a convenient commute to work in Western Montgomery County, Northern Virginia or the District. 

We are fortunate to be led by the same Rav, Rabbi Yosef Singer, for almost three decades.   Rabbi Singer currently serves as President of the Vaad of Greater Washington. The children in our shul attend all of the area day schools and yeshivot exemplifying the diversity of our kehillah.  On Shabbat there are supervised groups led by our teens and overseen by our youth director from the beginning of davening until the conclusion.  After davening each Shabbat, we join together and socialize at a festive cholent kiddush.

We invite you to spend a Shabbat in Potomac and at our shul.  Please send an email to to arrange for Shabbat hospitality.   In the meantime, below are some helpful links to Jewish Washington:

For a Listing of Kosher Establishments:

The Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington:


Women's Monthly Tehillim Group

All women are invited in a monthly tehillim group led by Rebbetzin Singer.  Click here for more information.  

Rabbi Singer's Weekly Shiurim

Gemorah B'iyun (in depth analysis of the Gemorah and commentaries) - Sunday Mornings at 9:00 am  (Men)

Mesilas YesharimShabbat afternoons (Women

Nefesh HaChaim (exploration of Chaim of Volozhin's masterpiece) Shabbat afternoons (Men & Women)

Shabbos D’var Torahrepeated Sun 8:00 pm (email for zoom login information) 

Kollel Torah Mitzion

YIEIP Youth 

Rabbi Yosef Singer Honored by NCYI

Sun, June 4 2023 15 Sivan 5783