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On Tuesday, June 12th, Rodeph Sholom had the pleasure of attending a Community Potluck dinner at the Fourth Universalist Church on Central Park West and 76th Street. The dinner brought together our religious communities, along with those of Ethical Culture and All Souls Church. Rabbi Levine, Rabbi Spratt, and Cantor De Lowe were all in […]
Tell Your Member of Congress to Protect SNAP! The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly Food Stamps) provides basic food assistance for low-income families to combat hunger, food insecurity, and poverty. In 2016, SNAP lifted more than 3.5 million Americans above the poverty line, making it one of the government’s most effective anti-poverty tools. Congress includes […]
On Wednesday May 30th, Rodeph Sholom Social Worker Ruth Kobrin and Caring Community Members Val Coleman and Helen Levine attended a meeting at Dorot called “Community as Family.”
Congregation Rodeph Sholom has curated a resource directory aimed toward helping LGBTQIA+ teens and families create community and get help in times of crisis.
On Sunday, June 3, both Congregation Rodeph Sholom and Rodeph Sholom School gathered to march with other UWS congregations at the Celebrate Israel Parade.