Congregational Service, 6:00 PM
Torah Study, 8:45 AM--9:45 AM
Congregational Service, 10:00 AM
Chapel Service, 10:15 AM
During Torah Study, join fellow congregants for a lively discussion of Torah and other books of the Hebrew Bible each Saturday morning at 8:45 AM. The study ends in time for the morning Shabbat service. As with our Shabbat services, newcomers and visitors are invited to study with us.
The Chapel Minyan also offers members of the congregation the opportunity to sharpen their skills in chanting Torah or Haftarah. Instead of a sermon, our Rabbis moderate a group discussion of the weekly Torah portion and guide our study of related rabbinic texts.
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Since 1983, Rodeph Sholom’s Homeless Shelter hosts eight men, five nights a week, from the first Monday in October through the middle of June. Volunteers come from a broad cross-section of the congregational family, including Clergy, members of the Board, CRuSTY members, and parents, who regularly bring their young children with them. Click here to sign up to volunteer.
Pack a backpack full of weekend meals at CRS for children in our greater Upper West Side community who are entitled to free lunches at school but are at risk on the weekend. Other opportunities to volunteer include stocking the shelves and driving the backpacks to their destination at the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center. Click here to sign up to volunteer.
On January 14th, 2019, Rabbi Juliana Karol hosted part one of the Images of Mortality course. During the meeting of 22 congregants, they discussed death through 500 years worth of art history. This course is part of What Matters, an initiative to have important end of life conversations. Join us on Monday, February 11th at […]
It was a completely full house at the screening and panel discussion of Going Blind. Many thanks to our Caring Community chair, Shari Steinberg and documentary producer Hilary Klotz Steinman for a screening and panel discussion of “Going Blind,” a movie about coping with Vision Loss. Our event partner and neighbor Lighthouse Guild presented information on how to prevent vision […]
We begin 2019 e-advocacy by turning the clock back to our December E-advocacy issue: the erosion of legal protection for students against sexual harassment and violence.
“Welcoming strangers into our midst is one of our most important responsibilities as Jews.” —Rabbi Robert N. Levine, Senior Rabbi “Ve-ahavtem et hager ki gerim hayitem be-eretz mitzrayim.” Love the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt. —Deuteronomy 10:19 Our clergy, staff, and lay-leaders have compiled this new directory to help […]
On Thursday, December 13th, CRS congregant Dr. Randi Hutter Epstein gave a talk based on her newly-released book, Aroused: The History of Hormones and How They Control Just About Everything (WW Norton). Dr. Epstein’s talk included the contributions of many distinguished Jewish doctors and activists to the field of endocrinology, including one determined Jewish housewife […]