Customs, recipes, kids' crafts, books, and a look at Shabbat celebratiosn around the world are all available in our online kit.
Immediately following the December 11 Erev Shabbat Service, stay for a festive Hanukkah dinner! It’s BYOM (Bring Your Own Menorah).
Prayer of Memory
This past Yom Kippur, congregants shared personal memories on chalkboards, which created this “Prayer of Memory” for Rodef Shalom.
Hot off the presses, this issue is looks at our year-long Genesis theme with book recommendations for the whole family!
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
"My House shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples." Isaiah 56:7