Our response to childhood hunger involves packing and distributing food to children who are food insecure, which they pick up in backpacks at school.
Our enduring commitment to provide food for New Yorkers in need is made possible through partnership with the West Side Campaign Against Hunger and other local organizations.
Since 1983, we have provided shelter to our neighbors with nowhere else to sleep.
Hosting refugees and helping them adjust to their new lives in New York is one of our congregation’s sacred mitzvot.
This beautiful, illuminated page leaves a lasting imprint of your loved one’s legacy and reaffirms your deep connection to Jewish tradition.
These time-honored plaques in our sanctuary are a customary way to ensure the memory of a loved one lives on in the hearts and minds of the members of the congregation.
It is the custom at CRS to inscribe the names of departed loved ones in the Roll of Remembrance for Yom Kippur.
Jewish tradition teaches us that tzedakah makes the memory of a beloved friend or family member tangible.
A central tenet of Rabbi Levine’s rabbinate is that the essential elements of the synagogue – worship, education, community – should be open and accessible to all who wish to participate.
This monthly series of challah baking experiences is designed to help others who are hungry in our community, and help you make new connections.
Community events and activities kindle new connections and create an enriching Jewish journey for our families.
We offer financial assistance to CRS youth for attendance at Religious School and for their B’nai Mitzvah process.
Rodeph Sholom Youth Groups (RSY) give kids the opportunity to think, feel, and live Judaism in new fun and social ways.
These educational programs inspire our youth to embrace Judaism with joy and to incorporate its rich teachings in everyday life.
We bring a diverse musical repertory for a community of all ages and experiences.
Musical projects add special enjoyment to Shabbat and holidays at our synagogue.
Our theater productions bring the community together in an entertaining and fulfilling way, drawing on the talents of our congregants.
ARZA is the Zionist arm and voice of the Reform Movement, serving 1.8 million Reform Jews in North America. ARZA, operating under the umbrella of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), acts as the vehicle for the collective participation of American Reform Jews in the Israel engagement agenda with an emphasis on advocacy, travel, and Zionist education in North America.
Brotherhood’s mission is to be a catalyst for engagement by developing, supporting, and sustaining initiatives which create new points of connection amongst the Rodeph Sholom community.
For more than 20 years our community has generously funded two projects each year in Israel.
Sisterhood is a place for women of all ages and stages of life to connect with each other on many different levels through a variety of interactive programs and educational experiences.
A gift to the Annual Appeal directly supports our operating budget, which means more accessibility to membership, more innovative and meaningful programming for all congregants, and greater ability to attract and retain the very best clergy, staff, and educators to serve the community.
We send our college students holiday packages during the year to keep our young people connected to their Rodeph Sholom family and let them know they are still an important part of our community.
This fund allows us to remain forward-thinking, relevant, and accessible to our community as needs evolve and new opportunities become available.
Our congregation promotes mental health advocacy and awareness, and we offer a safe space, compassion, and support to families and individuals in need.
In a continuing effort to build a fully inclusive community, we developed Shireinu (Our Songs), a collection of programs and worship opportunities for members with special needs and their families.
Our general fund provides critical operating revenue and supports the individual and collective needs of our community.
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