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Congregation Rodeph Sholom has gone “virtual”—all of our services and programs are streaming online only. But that doesn’t mean we have stopped providing spaces for us to learn, grow, and connect together! We are still here for you, and still ready to be your congregation—your spiritual home—even in these uncertain times.

Most of our virtual events will require registration and/or the use of a passwordAn added benefit of registering ahead of time is that you will receive an email reminder and have the option to add the event to your personal calendar. Please refer to your weekly CRS Live email for information about how to access events that require a password.

If you have any questions, please email info@crsnyc.org.

Upcoming Events

Check here each day for an ongoing schedule of virtual worship, events, & offerings. Click on each event to access the Zoom link/info.

Tip: Use these “Categories” and “Tags” buttons to filter events.
Use the arrows below, next to the name of the month, to navigate to future dates.

Jan
20
Wed
Cup of Joe & The 5 Books of Mo(ses): Inauguration Day! (Interest-Based Program)(8th–12th grade)
Jan 20 @ 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Join our famous Pop Culture Torah Study as we discuss Judaism’s take on the Inauguration, American politics and more!

Click here to register.

Jan
25
Mon
21 Years of Harry Potter in 2021! (Interest-Based Program) (8th–12th grade)
Jan 25 @ 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
21 Years of Harry Potter in 2021! (Interest-Based Program) (8th–12th grade)

Join us as we talk about the belated birthday (December 31st) of Harry Potter villain, Lord Voldemort. We’ll discuss what Judaism says about how we treat our enemies, whether there’s such thing as a Jewish Sorcerer’s Stone and more!

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Feb
27
Sat
Purim “After Dark”: A Night with Comedian & Storyteller Pam Schuller
Feb 27 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Purim "After Dark": A Night with Comedian & Storyteller Pam Schuller

Comedian Pam Schuller is relentlessly funny. Her observations on disability, mental illness and past misadventures have led to brutally honest confessions about what it’s like being 4-foot-six (and a half) and having a whole lot of Tourette Syndrome. You may know her from Buzzfeed, Dr. Mike Videos, or as one of the NY Jewish Week’s “36 under 36” who are changing the face of the Jewish community. Pam is known for her use of storytelling, laughter and improvisation to inspire communities to a new understanding of inclusion. Our evening will begin with Havdalah and an opportunity to ask questions of our special guest will take place at the conclusion of her presentation.

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