Rodef Sholom: A Reform Jewish Congregation in Marin County, California

Ron Wolfson Quote

The new synagogue . . . is a kehillah kedoshah, a sacred community,
where relationships are paramount.

-- Dr. Ron Wolfson, The Spirituality of Welcoming






Tikkun Olam

welcome to congregation rodef sholom
Who we are 
Congregation Rodef Sholom is a kehilla kedosha, a sacred community, that strives to create transformational Jewish experiences for congregants of all ages.  Rodef Sholom is rooted in tefillah (prayer), Torah (learning) and tikkun olam (social justice), and welcomes Jews by choice, parents raising Jewish children, Interfaith families and partners, as well as Jews of all backgrounds, ethnicities and sexual orientation.  We are affiliated with the Union of Reform Judaism and have been recognized as an Accessible Congregation by the National Organization on Disability. 

Above all, we are and will continue to be a place to discover why being Jewish really matters, a place to deepen your commitment to a Jewish way of being.

L'shanah tovah from the clergy, staff and board of Congregation Rodef Sholom - may you and your family have a healthy and happy new year!

Click here for a list of families wishing you
l'shanah tovah and supporting the Women of Rodef Sholom

Just announced!  Mental Health Working Group with Rabbi Stacy Friedman
Thursday, October 23, 7:30 pm
Join Rabbi Friedman as we think about mental health issues in our community and our county and how we can support people who are struggling and those who are taking care of them. We are looking for folks coping with mental illness, those caring for them, mental health professionals and anyone else who would like to join this discussion. RSVP to Molly at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 479.3441.

let's be in touch!

Many of the beautiful photos you see on our website were taken by our congregant, Norm Levin. You can see more of his work by clicking on this link.



Stand up for REST!

It's time to find a year-round home for the Rotating Winter Shelter - learn more on Sunday, October 12, 3:00 to 5:00 pm at Kol Shofar. Click here.

Sukkot & Simchat Torah!

Sukkot begins on Wednesday, September 8, and lasts for 7 nights, followed by Simchat Torah, on Wednesday, October 15, at 6:30 pm (5:30 pm for Torah study), where we joyously dance with the Torah - click here to learn more

Religious school opening days

It's time to register for religious school - click here for all of the opening days and how to register.


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accessiblecongragationslogoThrough the efforts of our Kulanu/ Inclusion of Those with Disabilities Committee, Rodef Sholom has been acknowleded as an accessible congregation by the National Organization on Disability.