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A chavurah  (from the Hebrew word chaver, meaning friend) is an excellent way to get together and connect with other Rodef Sholom members with similar interests. A chavurah is a small group of 5-8 couples or families or up to 16 individuals who meet throughout the year to socialize (primarily). Many groups also get together to celebrate Jewish life and holidays, study, work on volunteer or social action projects, discuss books or films, or go on day trips.

A chavurah creates a smaller community within the larger congregation, allowing us to form deeper bonds, support one another during life’s important moments, and share experiences. For new members, a chavurah is a wonderful way to develop an extended family at Rodef Sholom. And for established members, it can inject “new life” into your connection with our community. 

For more information, please complete this INTEREST FORM. For questions, please contact Moji Javid at

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