Our clergy welcomes you. It’s our hope that you, whether a new or seasoned member, feel welcome here at Temple Rodef Shalom. Learn more about who we are here.

In an age of fluid identity, many people are honestly asking the question “Why be Jewish?” Rabbi Arthur Green, a leading spiritual teacher, will share his answers with warmth, humor, personal & rabbinic stories and down-to-earth explanations. RSVP Here

Join Rabbi Schwartzman on the first TRS Women’s trip to Israel! We will see Israel through a women’s lens as well as deepen our lies as Jews to our homeland. Please plan to attend an informational session with Rabbi Schwartzman where she will discuss the details of the itinerary.

Shavuot…it’s about more than cheesecake! Jump into your PJs and get ready for a uniquely entertaining and interactive late-night celebration of Shavuot. RSVP Here

Hey, high school sophomores, juniors and seniors! You’re wondering about the realities of college life & we’ve got insiders who are ready to “spill the tea.” Our panel of current college students will discuss their experiences, including the ins-and-outs of Jewish life on campus. RSVP & come hungry!

Join us on a mission to support the Jewish communities of Cuba in early January 2020. We’ll visit Havana, Cienfuegos, Sancti Spiritus, Santa Clara, Camaguey, & more. At this meeting we’ll outline a draft itinerary. Led by Cantor Allen Leider & Rabbi Sunny Schnitzer of Cuba America Jewish Mission.

We Did It!

A Home for the Future of Judaism

Our Capital Campaign to build A Home for the Future of Judaism has ended, and we made our goal of $16,000,000! What a ride it has been!

Thank you to the 1,118 members who pledged, made gifts and brought us to this happy conclusion. We set out with a vision and an ambitious goal, and together we did it. The majority of our congregation participated in this enormous undertaking: a truly communal achievement. Thank you!

What a generous, responsive and responsible community we have! So very grateful for all the gifts – small, large and in between – that brought us to this shehechyanu moment.

Rodef Reads

In response to Rabbi Schwartzman’s Rosh Hashanah call to protest rising anti-Semitism by living robust Jewish lives, the Adult Education Committee is pleased to announce “Rodef Reads.” Over the course of 2018/2019, the congregation will take a deep dive into the Jewish calendar by reading Abigail Pogrebin’s book, My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew.  The publisher has given TRS a special rate of $12 per hardback copy.

Visit our Rodef Reads webpage for more info about the book, the author, the year-long program, purchasing the book, our logo and more. . .

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Rodef Reads is sponsored by the Adult Education Committee and generously supported with the assistance of a grant from the Simon Family Fund for Jewish Living.