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 us for one, or all, of our many Chanukah programs – designed for adults and kids – starting on Thursday, December 10! Click here to see our upcoming programs.

Join us on Zoom as Ron Kampeas, of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Lisa Lednicer, an editor at the Washington Post, discuss why Americans voted as they did and in what ways the Covid-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests, and economic uncertainty impacted the outcome of the 2020 election.

Are you looking for a fun and delicious Chanukah activity to do in the comfort of your own kitchen? Learn to bake Chanukah cookies with our TRS master baker, Toni Sandler. Register here

Join the WoTRS as we virtually travel to London, England. Ian Fagelson will present 1000 years of Jewish history from the arrival of the Jewish community in 1066 to the Holocaust orphans of 1945. Register here

 

 

Year-End Open Doors Appeal

We have had an extraordinary year. The Covid-19 quarantine has forced us to adapt and reshape the way we pray, celebrate and mourn together. Out of the uncertainty, we have forged community.

Yet we still confront big challenges as a congregation, including our first budget deficit since the Great Recession. Many members face financial uncertainty, even unemployment, and we need to keep these families close and connected.

We need your help NOW. Every December we ask you to help us keep our doors wide open to all who seek to be part of our community. This year our appeal is more urgent than ever. We have set an ambitious goal of raising $100,000 by December 31.

This Chanukah, if you are able, please make a gift to replenish our “oil” and make the lights shine brighter in our Temple in the coming year. Together we are strong and continue moving toward the light.

Click on the Chanukiah below to make a gift.



Contact Hannah Moore, Director of Philanthropy with any questions:
hmoore@templerodefshalom.org or 703-676-3867.

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.

Ohel Yaacov/Tent of Jacob Housing Fund

Please click the Ohel Yaacov image or Donate button below to donate to Ohel Yaacov/Tent of Jacob Housing fund.




Emergency Covid-19 Fund

Please click the Donate button below to donate to our Emergency Covid-19 Fund to help our vulnerable members.




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!

Temple Rodef Shalom Votes

Help Temple Rodef Shalom attain 100% participation in the election. Take the pledge to vote. Take note of important deadlines this year: In VA, MD, and DC, you must register to vote by October 13. You can apply for an absentee ballot until October 23 in VA, October 27 in MD and DC. Absentee ballots must be returned by November 6 in VA, November 13 in MD, and November 10 in DC. In partnership with the Religious Action Center.

View our Election 2020 FAQ page.