Worship

Tot Shabbat

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 rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Tot Shabbat

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 rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Tot Shabbat

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 rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Tot Shabbat

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 rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Tot Shabbat

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 rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Shabbat Evening Service

The vision of Congregation Rodeph Shalom is to offer the kind of Friday evening Shabbat worship service which will help create profound connections among all of our congregants. On Friday evenings we hope all of our congregation will come together to welcome Shabbat and to pray together, to support each other in times of need and in times of joy, to socialize together and to build a strong sense of community.

Selichot

Desserts at 8pm
Study with Dr. Dan Gottlieb in the Sanctuary at 8:15pm
Selichot Service at 9:30pm
Join us for the moving, introspective start to the High Holy Day season at our Selichot study session and dessert buffet culminating with a beautiful Selichot Service.
Dr. Dan Gottlieb, host of NPR's show Voices in the Family, will lead the study session and discuss "Healing the World Through Mindful Compassion."

Meditation Study and Practice

Join Mel Seligsohn, Gail Meister and Ben-Zion Friedman for a special five part Yom Kippur meditation workshop.
Part 1-ALEPH: Meet & Greet; Part 2-BET: The Relaxation Response; Part 3-GIMEL: Jewish Aspects of Meditation; Part 4-DALET: Guided Meditation for 20 Minutes; Part 5-HEY: Your Reflections on Your Experience

Tashlich Ceremony

At the Fairmount Water Works Gazebo Following Rosh Hashanah Services
Tashlich is a simple ceremony of casting breadcrumbs into moving waters, a ritual meant to help us see that we can distance ourselves from sin, improve ourselves, and move forward in our lives. Meet at the Gazebo.

Yom Kippur Classical Service

The Reform Movement’s new High Holy Day Prayer Book, Mishkan Hanefesh, embraces the rich liturgical voices of the Jewish past and the aspirations of our people today. We will be using it for both the Classical and Contemporary Services throughout the High Holy Days.

Classical Services: Inspired by majestic music and Rodeph Shalom’s history, these services are led by our clergy, organist and professional choir.
 

Rosh Hashanah Classical Service

The Reform Movement’s new High Holy Day Prayer Book, Mishkan Hanefesh, embraces the rich liturgical voices of the Jewish past and the aspirations of our people today. We will be using it for both the Classical and Contemporary Services throughout the High Holy Days.

Classical Services: Inspired by majestic music and Rodeph Shalom’s history, these services are led by our clergy, organist and professional choir.
 

Kol Nidre Classical Service

The Reform Movement’s new High Holy Day Prayer Book, Mishkan Hanefesh, embraces the rich liturgical voices of the Jewish past and the aspirations of our people today. We will be using it for both the Classical and Contemporary Services throughout the High Holy Days.

Classical Services: Inspired by majestic music and Rodeph Shalom’s history, these services are led by our clergy, organist and professional choir.

*There will be two sign language interpreters at this service

Shabbat Evening Service

Noah Aronson, an energetic and soulful composer/performer, will join us for a Shabbat Service on Friday, December 2 at 6:00pm. Many of the pieces he composed will be familiar to our congregation, such as Adonai S’fatai and Standing on the Parted Shores.
After earning a degree in Jazz Composition and Piano from Berklee College of Music, he held the position of Composer-in-Residence at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, Massachusetts where he produced 4 albums of Jewish communal music with his mentor Cantor Jodi Sufrin.

Tot Shabbat

Join us for a special Tot Shabbat as we welcome new members with young children. Please join Families with Young Children for bagels, juice and coffee in the Sukkah after Tot Shabbot. To help us get the right amount of food, please e-mail Laura August ([email protected])  to RSVP by Thursday, October 20th.

Tot Shabbat

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 rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.  Tot Shabbat is on Saturday mornings from 9:30am- 10:30am.

Special Oneg in celebration of Josephine Freedman's 2nd birthday. RSVP Catherine Fischer at [email protected]

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