Week of Events
At Berkman Mercaz Limud (“learning center”) we foster a sense of love and joy engaging with being Jewish. Building friendships and helping our students feel connected to one another as part of a shared community is foundational and essential to all our programs. To enrich that engagement, we impart Jewish knowledge across a wide spectrum […]
Join us as in-person as we learn and play Mah Jongg. All levels are welcome! Don't forget your 2022 card! Please join us Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Please contact Andi Shuster, email@example.com, for more information
Tuesdays, January 17 through April 11 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. If you are an interfaith couple, considering converting to Judaism, or Jewish and looking for beginner’s education, Introduction to Judaism is perfect for you. Taught by Rodeph Shalom clergy, Introduction to Judaism is designed to provide students with a foundation of the Jewish faith, culture, people […]
Breaking Bread on Broad (BBoB) now provides food, diapers, and feminine hygiene supplies to up to one hundred families in need each Wednesday morning outside our Green Street entrance. BBoB partners with a variety of Philadelphia non-profits and our own RS members to obtain and distribute these necessary items. We fulfill our RS mission to […]
Join together for a morning Minyan. Click here for the Zoom link. Open to all. Contact Tomas Isakowitz for information.
Please join us each Friday evening from 4:30-5:30pm for Jewish mindfulness meditation. Our practice includes awareness of breath and body (yoga) to help us welcome Shabbat in the spirit of shalom. Come anytime. Beginners welcome. Join Zoom Meeting
The cornerstone of our learning is our Saturday morning Torah Study. We discuss the weekly Torah portion and have a lively and spirited conversation as we relate this ancient text to our daily lives. No special training or prerequisite courses are necessary for you to attend. Neither is there an entrance requirement for the understanding […]
Canceled Tot Shabbat
Gather for singing, storytelling, and oneg at Tot Shabbat. RSVP to Andi Miller.