Shake the lulav and etrog and sing celebratory psalms on Sukkot morning. Kiddush follows in the Sukkah after services.
Rejoice and dance with the Torah as we conclude and celebrate the annual cycle of Torah reading.
On Simchat Torah morning, we unroll the entire Torah scroll, read the final words of Deuteronomy, and start again the story of creation. Yizkor concludes the service.
Embrace the festival of lights and spin the dreidl together at our Shireinu Chanukah Service in an interactive and inclusive environment.
Join the Rodeph Sholom family for an accessible celebration that is sensitive to a variety of needs. We will share prayer, Passover traditions, and Seder symbols together.
Worship on the first day of Passover becomes even more special on Shabbat. On Friday night, join us for our Congregational Seder; on Saturday, join us and sing Hallel.
On the seventh day of Passover, we come together for a festival morning service that includes Yizkor.
On this final festival of the year, we commemorate receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai with a recitation of the Ten Commandments and a Yizkor service. A dairy Kiddush follows with blintzes.
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.