Through study, prayer, community, and social justice, the clergy create meaningful Jewish experiences for people of all ages including life-long Jews, adults new to Jewish study, children, interfaith couples, individuals of diverse backgrounds, sexual orientations, and philosophical points of view. Together with the staff and lay leadership, the clergy work to create an open community of people who care about each other, our neighbors, and our faith.”

Who is welcome here at Congregation Rodeph Shalom?

  • If you are 3 days old, 30 years old, or 103 years old…
  • If you’ve never stepped foot in a synagogue; or if this is your 1000th time here…
  • If you are Jewish, or not…
  • If you are faithful, doubting or seeking…
  • If you are single, married, with kids or without, divorced, widowed, or partnered…
  • If you’re white, Asian, African American, Latinx, something else, or a family of mixed race…
  • If you are straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or questioning…
  • If you have, or had, addictions, or have family members struggling…
  • If you live in Center City, the suburbs, or you’re just visiting our city…
  • If you’re a student, looking for a job, or in a successful position…
  • If you are fully-abled, disabled, or a person of differing abilities…

You are welcome here at Rodeph Shalom!

We would like to follow-up with you. Contact Membership Manager Alicia Broudy if you are interested in becoming a member or learning more about Rodeph Shalom.