Supporting our sacred community in times of joy, sadness, and need.
Our ancient tradition calls upon each one of us to embrace our community wholly as a congregational family. We rejoice in times of joy, visit and nurture the ailing, mourn with those in grief, and connect the RS community with opportunities and resources to learn and support one another no matter the need. In these endeavors, we work hand in hand with the clergy, respecting privacy and anonymity.
Mitzvah Meals: Creating Profound Connections with Members Who Cannot Get to RS Easily
Wednesdays, October 20, November 10, December 8, January 12, February 9, March 9, April 13, and May 11 from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Volunteers are welcome to help shop, cook, bake and/or deliver meals to provide to our member families in the midst of personal transitions such as surgeries, illness or new babies. Due to the pandemic, we are limiting the number in the kitchen to ten and requiring masks and vaccinations. Sign up for this session or future dates using this form. Questions? Contact Cheryl Dougherty