There are times when each one of us must learn to relinquish the illusion that we are self-reliant and to acknowledge that we cannot do it alone. And there are times when we are able to step forward and support someone else with our compassion. As members of a congregation, we provide support and we receive support from one another. If you are a member facing a vulnerable time or health challenge or even a joyous life-change, please share it with our clergy. And if you would like to join us for fun in the RS kitchen to mitzvah -cook, shop for, or deliver a meal for a fellow member who can’t get to RS due to health, a recent birth, or mourning, please click here to sign up for RS Caring Community Mitzvah Meals!