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.

Guest speaker, Lisa Lednicer, TRS member and Washington Post award winning writer/editor will speak to “Journalism Through a Jewish Lens”. RSVP here.

On the menu this year: a delicious offering of soups, autumn salad, cinnamon sangria and autumn ales, and desserts. Activities for all ages and dinner at 5:30pm. Services at 6:30pm.

All on Sunday, September 23. RSVP here

If you can count past 10, and if you have ever managed to put a piece of IKEA furniture together, this will be a “walk in the park.” RSVP here.

Adults and kids ages 10 and up – help us send handwritten postcards to get people registered to vote and boost voter turnout. RSVP here.

High Holy Day Registration

We welcome non-members to our evening services at George Mason High School. Click here for details and tickets.

Member online registration is now closed. Please contact our High Holy Day Volunteer Desk to register or to make any changes to your existing tickets,

Our High Holy Day webpage includes helpful information such as dates, times, and descriptions of services.

If you have any questions, please contact the High Holy Day Volunteer Desk at hhvol@templerodefshalom.org or 703.532.2217, ext. 318.

The Campaign for Temple Rodef Shalom

A Home for the Future of Judaism

The future is you. Please join the many members who have already given to Temple Rodef Shalom’s A Home For The Future of Judaism Capital Campaign. Every gift counts! Your gifts of cash or securities welcome. (Please click here for information on transferring securities.)

Want to increase the impact of your gift? You can pledge a larger amount and pay it over five years. For example, thinking of donating $1,000 to the TRS campaign? Pledge $5,000 over five years ($1,000 a year), and make a greater impact!

We are very grateful for your contribution at any level. Gifts of $10,000 or higher will be recognized on a permanent donor wall.

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.