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.

Our Second Night Seder is a family-friendly, lively and captivating affair! We’ll retell the miracle of our liberation from Egypt through story, song & dance while exploring the meaning of the Exodus story in our own time. Of course, we’ll delight in all of the traditional foods of the seder meal. RSVP Here

Keep the fun and joy of Pesach alive by celebrating with us! Enjoy delicious homemade matzah brei, fruit, yogurt, macaroons and more. RSVP Here

As part of our Yom HaShoah observance, we will present a viewing of the documentary, Who Will Write Our History, followed by a talk facilitated by TRS member Suzy Snyder, a curator at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. RSVP Here

RSVP Here for a special evening with New Israel Fund CEO, Daniel Sokatch. Hear about the achievements, triumphs, & struggles of the leading organization advancing democracy & social justice in Israel, & what’s in store for NIF in the years to come.

Celebrate Israel with a special Shabbat service and congregational dinner. At the service, guest speaker Amir Tibon, Washington Correspondent of Haaretz, will discuss social, political and religious issues that divide and define Israeli society. Register Here

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.