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THANK YOU for being a valued member of our community. Please note that our fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30. There are multiple ways to renew your membership for this next fiscal year. Renew online via your Membership Portal*, or alternatively, please print out THIS FORM and mail it in with a check to Congregation Rodef Sholom, 200 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael, CA, 94903. If you have any questions, please contact Laurie Kimball at

Complete your Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Financial Commitment form by logging into your Member Login Portal:

 Member Portal

*The Member Portal is where you can renew your membership online, register for Religious School, pay any balances and set-up payment plans, and access our Member Directory. Your login will be your email address. If you are new to logging in, select *forgot password* and follow the email prompts to set your password. If any trouble, please contact the office at or 415.479.3441. If you have not yet completed your 2023 - 2024 Financial Commitment, please contact Laurie Kimball at

Become a new Member:

All are welcome here. Our inclusive community includes interfaith families and partners, parents raising Jewish children, Jews by choice, as well as people of all backgrounds, ethnicities, gender, and sexual orientation.

If you would like to join our congregation, or have questions about our annual financial commitment policy, contact Moji Javid, our Director of Synagogue Engagement, at 415.479.3441 or

It is synagogue policy that no household be denied membership due to genuine financial hardship. Our forms work best if CHROME web browser is utilized.

STEP 1: Complete our New Member form                STEP 2: Complete our New Member Financial Commitment Form

Not ready to commit to being a new member,  but would like more information? Fill out an Inquiry Form and Moji Javid, Director of Synagogue Engagement will follow up shortly.

Fill Out Inquiry Form

Read our 2023 Impact Statement

At the very highest level, human beings innately seek the sacred and each other.  Just by virtue of our humanity, we ultimately are drawn to curiosity about God, connection with the sacred, a sense of life's purpose, and a place to build a life narrative alongside others who are doing the same thing.
 Rabbi Lawrence Hoffman from Rethinking Synagogues,  A new vocabulary for congregational life

These words have profound meaning for us at Rodef Sholom, where we know that the quality and depth of our relationships is vital to the strength of our synagogue.  For us, synagogue membership does not follow a "fee for service" model.  Instead, we are striving to be a sacred community, a kehillah kedosha, with the goal of awakening members on their Jewish journey to the many aspects of being Jewish, where the communal observances of lifecycles, both joyous and painful, help to build our life narratives together, and the practice of tikkun olam, repairing the world, helps us each complete our moral sense of self.

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