Join Not in Our Town Executive Producer Patrice O'Neill, along with local leaders and partner organizations from across Marin County for a film screening and introduction to Not in Our Town, a nation-wide movement to stop hate and build safe, inclusive communities for all that thrive on supportive and loving networks of connection. This program will be an inspiring show of solidarity and commitment to further deepening our resolve and mechanisms for standing with one another throughout Marin County. Invite your friends and neighbors - everyone is welcome!
2nd Night Seder at Rodef Sholom
Tuesday, April 11, 6:00 pm, Social Hall
Join Rabbi Stacy Friedman, Rabbi Elana Rosen-Brown, Cantor David Margules and many of our own Rodef Sholom musicians as they host a beautiful, meaningful and musical seder.
RSVP by March 24 to Molly at [email protected]. Financial assistance is available for congregants. Space is limited so RSVP soon!
$50 for adults and $35 for kids 12 & under
Sign up for Trivia Night!
Come and learn about volunteer opportunites at Rodef Sholom and throughout Marin County. A variety of representatives from local agencies will attend. Opportunities for all ages.
For more infomation, contact Moji at [email protected]
With Rabbi Stacy Friedman
With Khadija Hansia of the Islamic Center of Mill Valley
With participant speakers who traveled to Poland with the Marin JCC
Interfaith Gathering in Prayer for Our Country
It’s been a hard election season on many levels. The rhetoric has been divisive and polarizing. We come together tonight to sing, to pray, and to reconnect. Bring your neighbors, bring your kids, bring your soul, bring your heart. We join together in love and blessings for the future of our community and country.
Wednesday, November 9, 6:00-7:00 pm, Rodef Sholom sanctuary
What better way to celebrate your 92nd birthday than throwing a classical concert and inviting all your friends. Join us in welcoming artists Rene Mandel on violin, Jennifer Kloetzel on cello and Miles Graber on piano. Our afternoon concert will highlight pieces from Mendelssohn and Shostakovich. Free and open to all.
RSVP on our website: www.rodefsholom.org/RSVP-here.
A special thanks to Marilyn and Gerson Jacobs for underwriting this concert.
In the courtyard. All are welcome - free of charge - we would love to see you!
Meet us in our courtyard sukkah at 6:00 pm for a Sukkot dinner before heading into Shabbat services at 7:30 pm! We will provide the chicken and the dessert (and the lulav and etrog!), and you bring a non-dairy side dish for 8 people to share.
Afternoon services (Mincha), Yizkor and N’eila
Starting around 3:30 pm, we will offer afternoon services (Mincha) and Yizkor at the Civic Center and the sanctuary. At the end of N’eila all children will be invited up on the Civic Center stage for the final blowing of the shofar.
We will be breaking the fast immediately following the final blowing of the shofar, at both the Civic Center in the Redwood Foyer and the adjoining outdoor Redwood Terrace, and in the courtyard at Rodef Sholom.
The public is invited.
There will be a light breakfast on the front patio before Second Day Rosh Hashanah services.
Second Thursdays, 6:00-7:00 pm, Library (2nd floor of the Osher Marin JCC)
Meets on the second Monday of every month at 7:00 pm in our Inner Conference Room. Join this group to dicuss such things as life journeys, religious backgrounds, differing relationships to God, roles as Jewish fathers, husbands or men, Torah portions, tzedakah and our roles in Jewish or secular organizations. For more information, contact Mike Ralston at [email protected], Steve Saxe at [email protected], or Michael Weinberger at [email protected].
Meets on the second Thursday of every month from 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm in our Inner Conference Room. For more information , contact Jody Berman at 415-897-0962.