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CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM

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Rodeph Sholom is an extended family of people who care about each other and our community. We strive to educate and inspire children, youth, and adults to participate actively in worship, Torah study, and Jewish life experience, and to put Reform Jewish religious and ethical principles into action. We seek to enrich the lives of our members, to contribute to the continuance and vitality of the Jewish people, and to help repair the world.
Thu, Sep 10

by Yvette Perry The High Holy Days are here—the time to pray, study, reflect, and remember. As Rabbi Levine notes, these High Holy Days really are different. And not just because we won’t be sitting in our seats, with our family and friends, looking up at our clergy, in our shule. Which, by the way, […]

Tue, Aug 04

As we approach the Season of Awe, we stand in a different place than ever before. With everything familiar being turned upside down, we are each navigating how to live our daily lives in ways we never imagined. At Rodeph Sholom we are focusing in on how to best support and serve you, our community, […]

Tue, Aug 04

As we shape the audio and visual experience of our services and learnings that will connect us together with the meaning and majesty of our High Holy Days, we also want to help you prepare your homes and screens for this. We know everyone finds their own pathway into these days of awe, and we […]

Thu, Jul 30

We continue to present interesting things that are happening virtually here at Congregation Rodeph Sholom. Every month we will let you know the top programs and events that you may participate in, some requiring registration. For details on all the programming, go to the CRS LIVE Calendar. Below are some of the highlights we are […]

Thu, Jul 30

by Yvette Perry “Optimism is the belief that things are going to get better. Hope is the belief that we can make things better … It takes no courage to be an optimist, but it does need courage to hope.” Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, chief rabbi of England 1991–2013 In the face of challenges the like […]

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