Family Opportunities

For a full list of Young Families opportunities at Rodeph Sholom, please click here.

Shabbat Morning for All Ages

Shabbat is a time for children of all ages! Junior programming occurs every Saturday morning for pre-B’nai Mitzvah children in our congregation. Each program encourages the children to participate in a Shabbat experience filled with song, prayer and stories – the perfect way to celebrate Shabbat.
Every experience is tailored to meet the needs of each group and is supervised by our extraordinary clergy, teachers and musicians:

These services alternate on Saturday mornings and occur only when school is in session.  Please check the Synagogue calendar for specific dates.

Nevatim (Sprouts)

 A Pre-K (4 year old) parent(s)-child program that invites families to be Jewish
explorers as they explore Jewish experiences through story, song, movement,
drama and more!! Families learn together, celebrate together and enjoy a pizza
dinner together as a community.  For more information contact Marcia Stein

The Young Families Group

Hosting Shabbat family experiences, Jewish holiday craft activities, and children’s concerts, this group is geared specifically to families with very small children, ages 5 and under. This is a great way to meet other families with small children and to start to familiarize your children with the synagogue!

PJ Library

Rodeph Sholom and PJ Library invite you to join in the fun of reading with FREE Jewish children’s books and music. Click here to sign up or receive more information. Join us for PJ @ CRS Events! Click here for calendar.

Midrash Hour

This Rodeph Sholom School and Religious School collaborative musical effort has become an annual favorite. This special experience gives children a chance to explore their talents and heritage.

Children’s Choirs

Click here to learn about our Children’s Choirs and our annual Festival of Choirs.

CRS Inter-Circle

CRS Inter-Circle is a group of non-Jewish parents raising Jewish children who come together to learn and share inter-faith experiences and thoughts about Judaism in a lay-led neutral and supportive environment. The participants learn about Judaism and make connections with others who are interested in bringing Judaism into their families.

Parenting Discussion Group: How to Raise a Mentsch

Offering an opportunity to ask the big questions of parenting in an intimate environment, parents of children of all ages are welcome. Come connect with parents from all walks of Rodeph Sholom life.
Phone: (646) 454-3027

RSS Summer Camp

The Rodeph Sholom School summer camp offers a wide variety of activities for children ages 2.9 – 5 years old. Join us for a summer of discovery, fun and friendship as we play, explore and learn. Campers enjoy daily recreation both outdoors on our roof deck and in our courtyard (with heated pools and a sandbox), as well as indoors in spacious Rodeph Sholom School classrooms.

Camp features:
* experienced staff
* daily aquatics
* music, art, science and movement
* special events and field trips
* theme days

Your child will be safe and secure with our groups that include one head counselor and two assistant counselors. Rodeph Sholom Summer Camp is a wonderful way to experience the summer. You may register for the full seven weeks or enroll on a weekly basis.

For more information, contact the Rodeph Sholom Summer Camp Director at:
Phone: (646) 438-8500 ext. 1749