In fact, Judah’s name carried such importance that it became the name for our people—Yehudim, Jews, literally, the grateful ones. How profound that at the root of what it means to be Jewish is the very idea of gratitude!
Counseling and Support Service: Ruth Kobrin, LMSW Are you feeling anxiety over the pandemic? What of the election? The votes may be in but the election season had us all on a rollercoaster of emotions. Are you overwhelmed? Now more than ever before, these are uncertain times and they are stressful for everyone. In fact, […]
Living through this pandemic has been challenging. Nevertheless, by doing good deeds for one another, then a little kindness can really go a long way.
Jane Dystel will be honored as this year’s Meyer W. Nathans Service Award recipient, presented to recognize outstanding service to the Congregation.
We are pleased to present interesting programs and special events that are happening virtually here at Congregation Rodeph Sholom.