Our Mission Statement: Temple Rodeph Torah seeks to build an active and engaged Jewish community, one person at a time. We cherish our time-honored traditions to make them ever more relevant and precious in our modern lives. These traditions will help to enrich and ensure a Jewish future through worship, spirituality, education, celebration and acts of loving-kindness.
This Week @ TRT                                        September 14 - 23, 2018
Sisterhood Sukkot Pot Luck Dinner
Please join TRT Sisterhood for a Women's Sukkot Pot Luck Dairy Dinner on Monday 10/1 at 6:30pm. RSVP by email here prior to 9/27 to tell us what you're bringing!
Memorial Wall Dedication
Please join us as we dedicate the new plaques on our Memorial Wall on Sunday 9/30 @ 4:30pm as part of Yiskor for Sukkot. Click here for details.
Bereavement Group
TRT Bereavement group is open to the entire community. Those who have experienced a loss  whether it be a spouse, partner, parent or child and would benefit from a supportive group experience is welcome to join. Next group is Wed, 9/26, 10-11:45am at TRT. For any questions, please email Rabbi Stern or call 732.308.0055.
Worship
Services This Week
Friday, September 14, 8:00pm
Shabbat Service
Shabbat Shuva - "The Shabbat of Returning"
Join us for an open conversation on the process of Teshuva  Returning
Candle lighting at 6:49pm

Saturday, September 15, 10:00am
Shabbat Morning Minyan
Led by Rabbi Shira Stern

Tuesday - Wednesday, September 18 - 19
Yom Kippur
All services at Marlboro High School
Consult your ticket for service times

Services Next Week
Friday, September 21, 8:00pm
Shabbat Service
Sermon: "Making Something of Sukkot"
Candle lighting at 6:37pm

Saturday, September 22, 10:00am
Shabbat Morning Minyan
Led by Rabbi Weber

Sunday, September 23, 6:30pm
Erev Sukkot Service
Join us as we give thanks for all the bounty in our lives
High Holiday Sermons
This year's High Holiday sermons will address these topics:

Rabbi Weber:
Erev Yom Kippur : "Broken...and Perfect"
Yom Kippur Day: "Know Before Whom You STAND"

Spotlight on TRT's 
Special Program Funds!
There are many times in our lives when we want to share our simchas, honor the memory of a loved one, and/or acknowledge someone special.  A great way to show the love is by making a tax-free donation to one of TRT's special program funds. Each week in this column we will highlight a different program fund with the hope that you will feel inspired to support those who will benefit from the fund. This week's spotlight is on the Rabbi's Discretionary Fund.

This fund is maintained with complete confidentiality by Rabbi Weber, and is used in his discretion to assist individuals, families, and causes when support is needed.

To donate to this fund, please click here.
Evening Book Club
Come join Sisterhood for our Book Discussion Get Together on Thurs 10/4 @ 7pm at TRT. We will be reading The Alice Network by Kate Quinn. RSVP by email to Marla Bucher here or to the temple office at 732.308.0055. Please be prepared to bring suggestions for our future books.
Afternoon Book Club
Come join Sisterhood for our Book Discussion Get Together on Wednesday 10/3 @ 12:30pm at Mom's. We will be reading Educated by Tara Westover. RSVP by email to Marla Bucher here by 9/30 or to the temple office at 732.308.0055. Please be prepared to bring suggestions for our future books.
Torah & Tequila
Rabbi Don Weber invites all men for an informal conversation about Jewish ethics over a glass of really good tequila, Scotch or soft drinks on Thursday 10/4 @ 7:30pm. Click here for details. Please email Rabbi Weber here to say you are coming.
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