A Taste of Judaisim: Topic " Israel"

A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious
Tuesdays, August 12, 19 & 26 @ 6-8pm
Invite your friends and family to experience a  “A Taste of Judaism: Are you Curious?”, a FREE, three session program open to unaffiliated only - Jews or non-Jews - all are welcome. For more information contact Catherine Fischer at 215-627-6747x46 or email at [email protected]. Taste of Judaism was created by the Union for Reform Judaism.

A Taste of Judaisim: Topic " Torah"

A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious
Tuesdays, August 12, 19 & 26 @ 6-8pm
Invite your friends and family to experience a  “A Taste of Judaism: Are you Curious?”, a FREE, three session program open to unaffiliated only - Jews or non-Jews - all are welcome. For more information contact Catherine Fischer at 215-627-6747x46 or email at [email protected]. Taste of Judaism was created by the Union for Reform Judaism.

A Taste of Judaisim: Topic " God"

A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious
Tuesdays, August 12, 19 & 26 @ 6-8pm
Invite your friends and family to experience a  “A Taste of Judaism: Are you Curious?”, a FREE, three session program open to unaffiliated only - Jews or non-Jews - all are welcome. For more information contact Catherine Fischer at 215-627-6747x46 or email at [email protected]. Taste of Judaism was created by the Union for Reform Judaism.

Sunday Seminar

Witness to the Holocaust: Learning from a Survivor

Ralph Franklin was born in 1928 in Schlochau, Germany. During Kristallnacht, November 9-10, 1938, Ralph's teacher told him to return home because he was prohibited from attending a public school. When he arrived home the Gestapo was arresting his father and uncle. They were sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
This educational program has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

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    Congregation Rodeph Shalom is a Reform congregation in Center City Philadelphia. As an inclusive community, we offer services, opportunities to engage & activities for a diverse population, including interfaith couples & individuals of varied backgrounds and sexual orientations.

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    The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, located within historic Congregation Rodeph Shalom is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art that illuminates the Jewish experience.
     


     

     

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Worship

Friday, April 27, 2018 - 6:00pm
Saturday, April 28, 2018 - 9:15am
Saturday, April 28, 2018 - 10:45am
Friday, May 4, 2018 - 6:00pm
Friday, May 4, 2018 - 6:00pm
Saturday, May 5, 2018 - 9:15am

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Upcoming Events

Hear Anat Hoffman, one of Israel's strongest advocates, address issues of social justice

Wednesday, April 25 at 7:00pm

RSVP: Candice Nemoff

Anat Hoffman, Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center and Chair of Women of the Wall, will discuss social justice, religious pluralism, Jewish-Arab coexistence, LGBTQ, and other minorities in "Women of the Wall: Women, Democracy,and Pluralism in Israel." Suggested donation of $10. Students are welcome. This is a part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Israel at 70 Community Celebration.

Gender-Based Power Imbalance

Sunday, May 6 at 2:00pm

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The symposium features a conversation-style discussion with dynamic panelists, Andrea Kramer, Hope Pomerantz, and Gail Gummings, and led by our congregant and board member, Susan Pultman. Facilitator-led breakout groups will be held after panel discussion to elicit and support your thoughts and reactions. Men and women, young and old, Jewish or not are invited to join us for this provocative and timely topic of gender.

Day of Learning--For Congregants, Led By Congregants

Tuesday, May 15; Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Classes

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Remember when we were young? We learned because we had to. Now we learn because we want to.

Day of Learning is a new opportunity for congregants to teach and learn from each other. The program is designed for people at least 50 years old, but all ages are welcome. We hope that studying together—Jewish topics or secular topics through a Jewish lens—will deepen profound connections to self, others, synagogue, Judaism, and God.

Discount Deadline: $15 per person for members; $20 per person for non-members by May 4; After May 4: $20 per person for members; $25 per person for non-members