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.

Click here to view TRS Covid-19 Resources, including the TRS Building Use Guidelines.

Join our clergy for a new monthly service schedule that we hope will meet your diverse needs for prayerful experiences at Temple Rodef Shalom. Please click here for an outline of what we will be offering each Friday evening starting in January.

Join us for Shavuot: Erev Shavuot Service and Confirmation at 6:30pm on our Live Service Streaming webpage followed by a Text Study and Closing Ritual on Zoom at 9:00pm. Register here for the Text Study and Closing Ritual.

In this unique three-part series created especially for Temple Rodef Shalom, we will learn how to use Pirkei Avot’s powerful “spiritual tool kit” – judgment (din), truth (emet), and peace (shalom) – to heal our fractured society. Register here

Join Molly Ball, TIME’s National Political Correspondent and the author of Pelosi, and Rabbi Stephanie Bernstein as they discuss the challenges of writing a biography, what it takes to be a barrier-breaking woman in politics, and the rise in political activism among women. Register here

Register for In-Person Shabbat Worship

Under the thoughtful guidance of our COVID Advisory Group, we are pleased to share that 20 Temple members will be able to join our clergy in the sanctuary for in-person Shabbat worship each Friday evening. Our services will also continue to be live-streamed each week for those who wish to join us online. Click here to read more about our health protocols. Click here to register to attend an upcoming Shabbat service. Registration for May services will open on Monday, April 26.

Join Temple Rodef Shalom

Now…more than ever…the relevance of living Jewishly, the power of community to create change, and the wisdom of Torah to illuminate truth are so apparent, urgent, and comforting.

If you are ready to commit yourself to community, to join in the work of repairing our world, and to be open to the possibility of “radical amazement,” it’s time to come home.

Now…more than ever…Temple Rodef Shalom welcomes you. Click here for more information.

TRS Tents

TRS Tents is our small group initiative that pulls together Temple members to enjoy shared interests, hobbies and passions.

We have groups for lovers of wine, theatre and cooking, amateur genealogists, writers, photographers and educators — and more.

Any TRS member can join or propose a tent! Contact Sharon Sotsky Remirez, TRS Tents Coordinator, to join or propose a Tent!

We’ve taken the Tents virtual. Using Zoom or YouTube, we have created opportunities for you to join the fun from home.

Building Project

Learn more about the building project – click here!

Capital Campaign Donor List

We are creating a FINAL alphabetized list of all donors to our Capital Campaign, A Home for the Future of Judaism. Click here to see the full list.

Please let us know immediately if your gift to the Campaign is not recognized here (unless you asked to be anonymous), by calling Hannah Moore at 703-676-3867 or sending an email to hmoore@templerodefshalom.org. Thank you!


The Morashah Legacy Society is an honorary society recognizing individuals who have included the Temple in their estate plans through a will, life insurance, retirement account or other planned gift. Planned gifts ensure the continuity and strength of our community and congregation. No minimum amount is required.

A legacy gift is your way to leave financial resources to support our vitally important work for the next generation. It ensures that you will be remembered for goodness and your work and your values will continue when you are no longer here.

No matter what your income or estate value, your gift is important. All bequests and other planned gifts to Temple Rodef Shalom not otherwise designated will be deposited in the unrestricted general endowment to help ensure the financial security of our sacred community. Click here for more information.