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With a Mighty Hand: The Art and History of the Passover Haggadah

February 28-May 16, 2020

Passover is a time of remembrance and celebration. Experience this rich tradition through a selection of the most beautifully illuminated Haggadahs from the past 500 years.
2019-2020 Season

There’s something for everyone!

From the unveiling of a thousand-year-old Jewish manuscript to contemporary art depicting the Apocalypse, there is something here for everyone. Museum of the Bible invites you, your family, your community — and every community — to engage with the Bible’s stories, see its history and experience its impact.

"Easter Prelude" presented by the Washington Bach Consort

March 29, 2020

Join us as we welcome in the Easter season with the Washington Bach Consort, Washington’s premier Baroque ensemble. The afternoon will feature sacred works of Vivaldi, Bach and Handel performed by singers from the Consort’s professional chorus accompanied by organ.

Between the Four Rivers: Armenian Spirituality

March 7, 2020

Museum of the Bible invites you to experience a one-of-a-kind performance celebrating Armenian spirituality presented in collaboration with the Armenian Embassy and Postclassical Ensemble.

Pvt. George R. Rome’s Personal New Testament

Rome was born in 1835 to free African American parents. In 1863, he became one of nearly 180,000 African American soldiers to enlist in the Union Army. He received this Bible, which was a source of strength to him throughout the war, and which he also used as a makeshift diary. It symbolizes the close connection soldiers often made between their faith and the war.