|Join us for Rabbi Elana Rosen-Brown's Installation on
We are so happy to welcome Rabbi Elana to the Rodef Sholom community! Rabbi Elana is heading up our Adult Education program, Young Family Initiative, Service Learning, MOC, and collaborating with Moji on Social Justice projects.
Our Shema Statement:
Igniting the passion to connect – with Jewish values, with each other, and with our world.
Our V'ahavta Statement:
Congregation Rodef Sholom is a kehilla kedosha, a sacred community that welcomes Jews and their families with open arms and open minds. We're linked to our past and actively building our future. We're multi-generational and multi-cultural. Whether you are married, single, with or without kids, in an interfaith family, disabled in any way, or a member of the LGBQTI community, we would love to have you join us for prayer, study, and social action. Rodef Sholom is a community that will stand by you through all your life cycle events, from birth and b'nai mitzvah, through illness and death.
Our aim is to help build Jewish lives that are authentic – to touch us where we are today, and still provide room to grow. In doing so, we envision individuals that are enriched and a community that is transformed.
Soul lifting and life changing -- the potential of prayer
Worship can awaken, animate, challenge and surprise. It can shine a light in dark times and nurture gratitude for the gifts we've been given.
- Social Justice
Repairing the world
As Rabbi Hillel said in the Talmud, "Love your neighbor, and love yourself. This is the whole Torah. All the rest is commentary."
Your home away from home
Rodef Sholom is your spiritual home, a place to be comfortable, and a place to engage.
- Lifelong Learning
Where does learning happen?
Learning can happen almost anywhere: On a hike in the hills, within the synagogue walls, or in the Holy Land itself. And every day holds the potential for discovery.
Our promised land
A spiritual homeland. An extraordinary achievement. A model of vitality, progress and hope. At Rodef Sholom, we celebrate Israel's sacred history and its unparalleled contribution to the modern world.
For the full version of our V'ahvata statement, click here
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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.