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, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information
Due to inclement weather on Sunday, October 2, the pRiSm CommUNITY Picnic has been canceled. Please join pRiSm on Sunday, October 9 at 1:30 p.m. for brunch in the RS Sukkah.
Join us as we learn and play Mah Jongg on-line using the Real Mah Jongg App. All levels are welcome. Join Zoom here. Please contact Andi Shuster for more information.
Joining together clergy, choirs, and congregants, we celebrate and pray in meaningful services that draw from a wide variety of liturgy, teachings, and music. For families with children, infants through pre-teen, both Contemporary and Classical morning services will have age-appropriate youth options during the sermon. This is in-person only.
Joining together clergy, choir, and congregants, we celebrate and pray in meaningful services that draw from liturgy, readings for study, and music, with heightened honor for the history of Rodeph Shalom. Thank you to the Roberta Lee & D. Arthur Magaziner Music Fund for sponsoring our High Holy Day professional choir. For families with children, […]
Join together for a Yom Kippur meditation session led by Ellen Poster, Ben-Zion Friedman, and Betsy Ostrow. The curious and experienced are welcome.
Join our clergy for a study session. Click here to join virtually.
This service centers around the Torah and Haftarah readings during the afternoon of Yom Kippur. We will read from the Holiness Code of Leviticus 19 and the Book of Jonah, to offer another perspective on T'shuvah.
These are our final services of the day. Yizkor is a time to remember our deceased loved ones, especially those that have died in this past year. Neilah, meaning closing, is a short, meaningful service to conclude the day and help us re-emerge into the world.
Following the Neilah (concluding) Service on Yom Kippur, congregants are invited to gather in the Teller Auditorium to Break-the-Fast. Thank you to the Jamison Fund for its sponsorship.
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
Join together for an uplifting and transformative worship service that attracts the diverse population within Rodeph Shalom, a service which is participatory, warm, inclusive, welcoming, spiritual and meaningful, which helps everyone connect with each other, with the soul of Jewish prayer, and with God. If you would like to access services virtually, click here to […]
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 […]
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All congregants are invited to a Community Sukkah Building on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 3:30 p.m. and Community Sukkah Decorating on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 9:30 a.m. You are also invited to take down the sukkah on Sunday, Oct. 16 at 2:30 p.m. Thank you to our Connection Groups for creating our beautiful sukkah.