“Welcoming strangers into our midst is one of our most important responsibilities as Jews.”
—Rabbi Robert N. Levine, Senior Rabbi
“Ve-ahavtem et hager ki gerim hayitem be-eretz mitzrayim.”
Love the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.
Our clergy, staff, and lay-leaders have compiled this new directory to help you concentrate your efforts to help “le-ehov et ha-ger” (Deut. 10:19)—to love the stranger—one of the most important and oft-repeated mitzvot in our Torah, and one on which Congregation Rodeph Sholom prides itself. Click here to visit our page and continue this righteous trend!