November 20 - November 26, 2014
Shabbat Sneak Peak
"Sneak Peak" the Torah Portion, Candle Lighting Times, and special celebrations planned for this Shabbat Morning.
Welcoming Shabbat With Spirit and Song
Friday, November 21, 6:15 PM, Lobby
Lend us your voice and your energy in this Kabbalat Shabbat service. The evening will begin with snacks and discussion of the Weekly Torah Portion, to be followed by the davening, led by Rabbi Gerson and Rodef members at 6:40 p.m. Transliteration pamphlets will be available for full inclusion. Free and open to the community.
Saturday, November 22, 12:15 PM, Social Hall
Enjoy socializing and learning with Rabbi Gerson following Shabbat morning services. This is a fun and relaxed setting in which you can pose questions you have always wondered about! Free and open to all.
It's that time of year again! Yummy soups are available for purchase from Mark Millenson Catering. New this year, will be "hot off the grill", made to order parve Latkes and Homemade Chunky Applesauce. Soups are sold in quart containers and are fresh frozen to keep until you need them. Latkes are sold by the dozen and also available; gluten free! Applesauce sold by the pint. All items are prepared under the kosher supervision of the Rodef Shalom kitchen, and benefit the kitchen upkeep and equipment. Pre-order by Noon, Friday, December 5, and then picked up December 16-19.
What a great way to help our kitchen and stock up your freezer at the same time! Don't forget to buy some for your friends and relatives as the weather begins to change.
Forms are available in the office and online.
Join this lively end to Shabbat with Rabbi Gerson. Meet in the Rodef Shalom Lobby for light refreshments, and conclude with Havdallah approximately one hour later.
Topics of conversation will change monthly. Free and open to all. We look forward to your participation! Information: 303-399-0035
Rodef Shalom Sisterhood
Sunday, December 7, 12:00 PM
Meet in the parking lot of Rodef Shalom and carpool to five different consignment shops that sell clothing and home furnishings. We will leave promptly at noon and return before 4:30 pm.
Eat a light lunch before, but know that each lovely shop will be serving drinks and food. We will be having designated drivers and the majority of you will be able to enjoy the luxury of being chauffeured!
The cost will be $10 per person and the proceeds will be donated to the Women's Bean Project.
Feel free to invite your mother, sister, cousin, best friend, shul bubby, neighbor .....
"Let's Take a Walk Along the Silk Road"
A "Snapshot" of our Jewish Culture in China
The program will include light refreshments. Donations welcomed and RSVPs are encouraged so that we may prepare accordingly. Drop-ins are always welcomed as well. Presented by Ellie Woodward. Open to the community! RSVP Online HERE! Information: 303-399-0035.
It's not too late to make a donation for the Kol Nidre appeal. Any and all gifts are so helpful in supporting our congregation to do the programming, religious and educational activities that make us special. And it's easy! Just hit the "donate" button at the top of the Rodef website and click on "Donate to this Fund" under "General Donations". Thank you!
Michele Campbell, Executive Director
King Soopers CardsRemember to use your card as it is connected to Rodef Shalom. Each time you use it, the synagogue benefits in the amount of 5% of the total. You can use it to buy King Soopers gas, prescriptions and groceries (gift cards excluded). Be sure to use it at least once every 30 days to keep it connected to Rodef Shalom.
Bricks, Plaques and Leaves
Memorialize a loved one and support Congregation Rodef Shalom.
Member to Member
Hearing Assistive Devices
Rodef Shalom now has hearing assistive devices available to congregants. They are located in a small 3 drawer unit on the far right of the glass shelf to the right of the sanctuary doors in the lobby. For more information, contact the office.
Good and Welfare
Condolences to ...
Leah Peer on the passing of her father, David Louis Keusch
Refuah Shlaymah to ...
Inside the McNichols Building at Civic Center
144 West Colfax, Denver CO 80202
Mark the third night of Chanukah with the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Stories on Stage. Come to the McNichols Building on December 18th for food, fun, music, stories and of course, traditions. Admission is free, but bring your own menorah...
RSVP is appreciated: www.coloradohebrewchorale.org/festival-of-lights. Info: (303) 355-0232
Making Peace Possible: Bringing Together an American Jewish Response
Thursday, December 18, 7:00 PM, Temple Emanuel
Three prominent national Jewish community leaders discuss the path to Israeli-Palestinian peace and the current challenges to Israel’s Jewish and democratic values.
Program offered free of charge. RSVP requested – JStreet.org/MakingPeacePossible
FREE Children's books for Jewish children ages 6 months to 5 years old! PJ Library is now available to families in Colorado to receive one FREE book per month! The first books are scheduled to be mailed in July. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!
Radio Chavura on 990 KRKS AM features a diverse range of guests that includes authors, artists, students, and congregational leaders. This multi-generational show will make you laugh, cry, and reminisce. Listen each Sunday evening at 6:30 PM - www.chavura.com.