Prime TimeRS

Adults 65+, retired or not, get together for opportunities at RS and in Center City during the weekday. People of all ages are welcome.

Chairs:Ben Zion Friedman ([email protected]), Mery Kostianovsky ([email protected])

Sunday, October 22, 2017 - 2:00pm

RS Women & Men of RS, and their spouses, are invited to enjoy one other’s company at the home of Julia & Scott Engel. BYOB. RSVP to Julie Engel by 10/19. 

Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 6:00pm

Join Moms Demand Action for Gun Session in America and host Congregation Rodeph Shalom for a screening of Finding Jenn’s Voice, a documentary film that looks beyond the black eyes to identity abusive relationships and reveal the risks of homicide during pregnancy. Screening will be followed by a discussion panel, including filmmaker and social worker Tracey Schott, survivors, and gun violence prevention advocates. We hope to bring attention to the intersection between gun violence and intimate partner violence during Domestic Violence awareness month. Tickets are free, but $10 donation appreciated. http://findingjennsvoice.com/

 

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 6:30pm

The Triple Package, by Amy  Chua and Jed Rubenfeld
Discussion led by Rabbi Eli Freedman

Open to all members and prospective members, ReadRS is an opportunity to connect with each other and share ideas through lively discussions of books over wine, cheese, and other nibbles.  Join in and help us select books of  interest you would like to read -- fiction or non-fiction, serious or humorous, controversial or not -- that not only provide "a good read" but also help us explore the meaning and experience of being Jewish, past or  present, in America and around the world.
Bring a snack or beverage to share.
Chair: Ben Zion Friedman ([email protected]) and Stacie Evans ([email protected])

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 6:30pm

A Horse Walks into a Bar, by David Grossman
Discussion led by Cantor Erin Frankel

Open to all members and prospective members, ReadRS is an opportunity to connect with each other and share ideas through lively discussions of books over wine, cheese, and other nibbles.  Join in and help us select books of  interest you would like to read -- fiction or non-fiction, serious or humorous, controversial or not -- that not only provide "a good read" but also help us explore the meaning and experience of being Jewish, past or  present, in America and around the world.
Bring a snack or beverage to share.
Chair: Ben Zion Friedman ([email protected]) and Stacie Evans ([email protected])