Kehillah Groups

building community and connection at rodef sholom

What are Kehillah groups?
Kehillah groups are intentional, lay-led communities, whose members come together on a regular basis with the understanding that Jewish tradition and deep personal relationships add meaning to our lives. 
By participating in Kehillah groups, we will endeavor to connect more deeply to each other and to our community; open our hearts and minds to new ideas, experiences and stories; bring the wisdom, tradition and values of Judaism to our everyday lives; and examine who we are, and who we want to be.
Kehillah groups reflect our mission: to connect our members more deeply to one another, to our community, to Jewish tradition, and to the world.
If you're interested in starting a Kehillah Group, contact Moji at [email protected].

Take a look at the different groups, then click the link for more information, including dates, times, and how to sign up.
Mussar Circles 

We apply the ethical teachings and mindfulness practices of the Jewish Mussar tradition to examine our daily habits of living and how we can experience our best selves more often. Through mussar wisdom practice we will connect more deeply to ourselves and each other.

Starting Monday, October 15,  10:00 - 11:30 am, and meeting every second Monday of the month. Group leaders are Gerri Miller and Lynn Roy.  sign up
Starting Sunday, October 21, 11:45 am - 1:15 pm, and meeting every third Sunday of the month. Group leaders are Sarah Lowenthal and Fred McAmis.  sign up
Starting Wednesday November 7, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, and meeting every first Wednesday of the month, we'll offer a Mussar circle for anyone affected by cancer; whether you're living with it yourself, know someone who is living with it, or have lost a loved one to it. Group leaders are David Leipsic and Tracy Term.  SIGN UP