Following the Shabbat evening service, join the Young Friends for a Shabbat BBQ at the home of Rabbi Eli & Laurel Freedman. Please bring a bottle of wine or a dessert.
RSVP to Alicia Broudy ([email protected]).
Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living by Krista Tippett
Tuesday, June 18 at 6:30pm
Rabbi Eli Freedman will guide the discussion of this book. Open to anyone interested.
Join Rabbi Eli Freedman and his ukulele for havdallah at the Singing Fountain (E. Passyunk St. and Tasker St.). Havdallah marks the end of Shabbat and welcomes to the new week. If you're interested in going to dinner as a group in the area, RSVP to Alicia Broudy by May 9.
There is currently an assault on transgender civil rights. Recently, the federal civil rights law has been reinterpreted to erase protections for the transgender community.
As it says in the Torah, each person is created in the image of God. It is holy to be your authentic self. In affirming this ultimate spiritual truth, we must stand with, and for, the LGBTQ community. Sarah will be signing her book, Tomorrow will be Different, Love, Loss and the Fight for Trans Equality. Light refreshments will be provided.
Tot Shabbat is a time for babies, tots and preschoolers and their families to gather for singing, dancing and storytelling. The "service" is led by our clergy and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.
All adults are invited to join in this Passover Workshop at RS. Visit multiple stations focusing on Passover rites and traditions, the Passover meal, Haggadot, and how best to engage children at the seder.
Here’s more on what awaits you at the stations:
Food Fabulous Food: The Passover Feast (Ruth Yaskin) – Your meal can be a feast of traditional dishes or a mosaic of foods from other countries and cultures. Come explore the options!
Caroline Goldberg Igra will discuss her book, Count to a Thousand, a poignant novel about an American expatriate whose insular life in Israel is shattered by unanticipated events. She will join us to speak about the real-life story behind its inception. Please bring a potluck item to share. RSVP here. Sponsored by RS Women.
Join us for a potluck Shabbat dinner immediately following services at the home of Ari Rubinson & Veronica Rohach. Click here to RSVP.
We have a pretty strict cap of 15 people so RSVP here to make sure you get a spot. Parking can usually be found behind our building on Sydenham street though we recommend taking public transit (we're right off the BSL) or taking an Uber/Lyft. We're an alcohol-free house so please bring a dish or dessert to share instead.
We had so much fun the first time around, we decided to have another one! Join us for breakfast, hang out and chat with us. Just like last time, we will be serving scrambled eggs, bagels, coffee and juice.
Swing Lesson at Ballroom and Social Dance Club
(4520 Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia, 19143)
Wednesday, April 3 at 7:00pm
The cost for the class is $12 per person. Dinner following the class for those interested. RSVP to Patricia Isakowitz by March 20.
Join us for Shabbat services at 6:00pm and stay for our Super Oneg in the Community Room. It's a chance to mix and mingle with old and new friends while enjoying a "slice, "a "sweet," and a "sip!
Cost: $5/person. We will provide the pizza and we ask everyone to bring a dessert to share and wine or the spirits of your choice. RSVP to Patsy Herman and let her know you will join us. All are welcome.
Join the ConnectRS team and help us do a mitzvah!
We are looking for congregants to bring their cell phones to make phone calls to current RS members and wish them a Happy Passover on behalf of RS.
No soliciting- just friends, fun, and food (lunch included).
Havdalah Service, Potluck Dinner and Movie, "Broadway Musicals, A Jewish Legacy"
Saturday, January 19 at 6:00pm
Join us for an evening of friends, food, and music! A Havdalah service will be followed by potluck dinner, movie, and discussion. Please email Patsy Herman to let her know what you are bringing. All are welcome!
Come join fellow congregants to brew beer that will be ready for Purim. If you're interested in how to brew but don't know where to start, have limited experience, or you yourself are a master brewer, stop by. All of the equipment and ingredients will be taken care of. All you need to do is bring a willingness to learn, lend a helping hand, and have engaging conversation. Cheers! RSVP & questions? Contact Bill Tapper.
Rodeph Shalom DiveRSity invites you to an evening of celebration with special guests The Main Line Indian Association
Havdalah & Tribute to the Jewish Female Stars of Bollywood Cinema
Saturday, February 9, 6:00-8:30pm
Congregation Rodeph Shalom (615 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, 19123)
Free parking available