• Wednesday, October 14

    7:30 p.m.

    Named one of the most influential rabbis in America by Newsweek magazine, Rabbi Pesner's visit is free and open to the public through the generosity of the Ruth and Bernard Levaur Contemporary Lecture fund.

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  • Friday, October 16

    7 p.m

    This monthly service is designed to be enjoyed by all generations and each month will be a fresh, evolving experience.


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  • Thursday, October 15

    10 a.m.

    Rabbi Aaron Bisno will review "Genesis":  The Book You Thought You Knew.  


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  • Sunday, October 18

    7 p.m.

    The East Winds Symphonic Band presents an evening of more music from stage and screen.


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Remember, your tickets are the symbol of your support for Rodef Shalom Congregation. Each member household receives two tickets via mail prior to the High Holy Days season (Estimated September 1 delivery). 

  • Adults will be admitted by ticket only. Children who live at home or are enrolled in college may attend without a ticket. 


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Prayer of Memory

Throughout the month of Elul, congregants shared personal memories on chalkboards, which created this “Prayer of Memory” for Rodef Shalom, 

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Program Reservations

From our daytrip to Falling Water to holiday dinners, you can make all your reservations from one page: www.RodefShalom.org/rsvp


Rosh Hashanah Video

One Rodef Shalom family helps to introduce our year of studying Genesis by talking about traditions throughout the generations.

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Sep/Oct Hakesher

Hot off the presses, this issue is full of fall promgramming and new year's greetings!

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URJ Biennial 2015

Join the Rodef Shalom Delegation to the largest Jewish gathering in North America that shapes the future of the Reform Movement.

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Green Cemetery

A section of West View Cemetery has been set aside for minimal environmental impact and gentle approach to burial.

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When you open the doors to Rodef Shalom, you’ll find a community that’s as vibrant and evolving as you are. You’ll discover a diverse congregation engaged in social issues, culture and learning – a congregation rediscovering Jewish values that give meaning and provide a strong foundation to face the challenges of contemporary life.

Our Doors are Open to Everyone

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Looking for a new Jewish home in your new city? Learn more about our services and what it's like to be a part of the Rodef Shalom family.

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(412) 621-6566

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"My House shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples." Isaiah 56:7

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