Remembering Lee Stanley

Lee Stanley is remembered for keeping traditions alive at RS. Mike Newall of the Philadelphia Inquirer (August 19, 2014) wrote: “To the members of Congregation Rodeph Shalom, Lee Stanley was […]

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Crowdsourcing Sermons

Crowdsourcing Sermon August 22 Sermon For this summer’s sermons, we’d like to incorporate your perspectives. The clergy will pose a question at the beginning of each week. Your responses to […]

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Crowdsourcing Sermon

Crowdsourcing August 15 Sermon For this summer’s sermons, we’d like to incorporate your perspectives. The clergy will pose a question at the beginning of each week. Your responses to the […]

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Crowdsourcing Sermon

Crowdsourcing August 8 Sermon For this summer’s sermons, we’d like to incorporate your perspectives. The clergy will pose a question at the beginning of each week. Your responses to the […]

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Crowdsourcing Sermons

Crowdsourcing August 1 Sermon For this summer’s sermons, we’d like to incorporate your perspectives. The clergy will pose a question at the beginning of each week. Your responses to the […]

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Standing With Israel

Rodeph Shalom congregants joined pro-Israel supporters Wednesday for an Israel solidarity rally. The rally was organized by the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. There were speeches from Elad Strohmayer, Israel’s […]

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Holy and Broken. Hallelujah.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/v/FUsK4vrS7rI?hl=en_US&version=3&rel=0] Our discussion on the blog this week was inspired by the question, “What song or piece of music makes you think differently or think deeply?” Some individuals mentioned a […]

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Crowdsourcing Shabbat Sermons

Crowdsourcing July 18 Sermon For this summer’s sermons, we’d like to incorporate your perspectives. The clergy will pose a question at the beginning of each week. Your responses to the […]

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