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CONGREGATION RODEPH SHOLOM
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.
Thursday, July 30
Join our clergy as we explore the deeper meanings of the day, reflect on loss, and turn in prayer toward a season of hope and renewal.
Wed, Jun 17

An important message about the High Holy Days from your clergy: After you watch the video,please complete our High Holy Days Survey by June 30th.

Mon, Jun 15

A famous debate among the sages of Jewish tradition tries to resolve the question, “What is better: study or action?” The rabbis argue both sides but they ultimately declare, “Study is greater, because it leads to action.” This moment in history demands both study and action. Our community is comprised of thousands of individuals with different stories and diverse journeys. Some […]

Mon, Jun 08

You are cordially invited to attend the 178th Annual Meeting of the Congregation Thursday, June 25, 2020 Congregation Rodeph SholomAnnual Meeting of the CongregationThe 178th Annual Meeting of the Congregation will be held on Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 7:00 PM on Zoom. The agenda will include the Election of the Trustees and Officers and the approval of the 2020–2021 CRS […]

Mon, Jun 08

with Eliana Shira Rubin, guest speaker Friday, June 12 │ 6:00 PM Stream the service on our website or on the CRS Facebook page. CRS is a community that celebrates diversity and inclusion, where everyone is welcome! Please join us for this virtual special Pride Shabbat service honoring the LGBTQIA+ community of Rodeph Sholom with […]

Mon, Jun 01

This message was sent to the CRS community on Sunday, May 31, 2020. Dear Rodeph Sholom family, A prominent scholar once defined Jews as those who read the Passover story and took it personally. In the Torah’s evocative narrative, God heard the moaning of our people choking under Egyptian oppression, deeply felt our pain and […]

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