• Holiday Information

    Everything you need to know about the High Holy Days at Rodef Shalom. Service times, dinner reservations, childcare, tickets, and more.

     

    High Holy Days 2015

  • Lunch & Learn

    Saturday, August 29

    1:30 p.m. in ALC 1
    Lunch is only $5 & babysitting can be provided, RSVP is required.

     

    RSVP Here

  • Family Information Online

    We will care for your little ones so you can worship. Children younger than 5 will have the opportunity to play in our Family Center, older kids can be a part of our youth programs. RSVPs are required for both.

     

    RSVP Here

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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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Holiday Resources


High Holy Days Guide, Dinner RSVPs, Childcare/Youth Program Registration, & More are on our High Holy Days Page

High Holy Days Info

Program Reservations


From our Aug. 29th lunch-&-learn to holiday dinners, you can make all your reservations from one page: www.RodefShalom.org/rsvp

Go To RSVPs

Choir at PNC Park


Singing the National Anthem at the Pirates game for Jewish Heritage Night, watch our choir on our Facebook page.

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July/August Hakesher


Hot off the presses & full of photos, this edition is a yearbook for our community in 5775. What a fantastic year it's been!

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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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Papyrus Newsletter


Papyrus is the Biblical Garden's official newsletter written by Dr. Walter Jacob. Read all about our 2015 theme here.

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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.

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