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          April 2 - 11, 2021
All services, programs and meetings are now online.
Please check the updates on trt.org as more programs are updated.
WORSHIP
Services This Week
Friday, April 2, 6:30pm
Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Led by Rabbi Disick & Cantor Levine
Birthday Blessings
Candle Lighting 7:04pm

Saturday, April 3, 10:00am
Shabbat Morning Minyan
7th Day of Passover Yizkor with Rabbi Disick
Led by Karen Goldstein
Services Next Week
Friday, April 9, 7:30pm
Shabbat Service
Led by Rabbi Disick with song leaders Sharon Aptaker & Suzanne Moore
Special guest: Dr. Amy Altenhaus - "Ask Dr. Amy: Living with the Anxiety of Uncertainty"
Candlelighting and Kiddush with Bat Mitzvah Salina Roy
Candle Lighting 7:11pm

Saturday, April 10, 9:00am
Tot Shabbat
Topic: Yom Ha'Atzmaut: Let's go to Israel

Saturday, April 10, 10:00am
Shabbat Morning Minyan
Led by Neal Finkelstein
TRT IN ACTION
Yom Hashoa Commemoration Service
Join Rabbi Disick, Cantor Levine and special guests for a healing service of memory and hope on Wednesday 4/7 @ 7:30pm. Click here for details.
Celebrate Yom Ha'Atzmaut with Music
Please join your Temple Rodeph Torah family for an innovative program celebrating Yom Ha'Atzmaut on Sunday 4/11 at 2pm. We will be participating in an EXCLUSIVE live video concert featuring two TRT favorite Rock Shabbat artists, Hadar Orshalimy and Sheldon Low, as well as special guest musicians Josh Nelson and Chava Mirel. Hadar and Sheldon will lead songs and share stories about Israel. The program will be held over the internet and an exclusive link and password will be sent by email to the entire congregation. Join us!
Virtual Breakfast for Israel
Please join us for the Jewish National Fund Virtual Breakfast for Israel on Sunday 4/18 @ 10:30am, Fauda Style! This year will be BYOB - bring your own bagel. The theme of the breakfast will be Yom Ha'Atzmaut, Israel Independence Day, and will feature the stars of the hit show Fauda. Whether you love Fauda, care about Israel, or are already a supporter of JNF-USA, this event is for you! Click here for more details!

Please click on the blue box below to register (event itself is complimentary) and select Jen Levin as your Table Captain in the dropdown menu.
Adult Education Registration
Rabbi Disick's Course Dalet - Heart and Soul: What is Jewish Spirituality? The first session begins on Tuesday 4/20 from 7:30-9pm. Spirituality is an overused and fuzzy term. But Jewish tradition has some clear thinking on the soul, the heart's intention and spiritual authenticity. Come learn how Jews invoke the Sacred.
Yoga Shalom with Cantor Levine
Open your heart, quiet your mind, and restore your spirit! Join Cantor Lisa in her Zoom room for the next Yoga Shalom session. The next sessions are Monday 4/5 & 4/12 at 11am. Click here for details.
Calendar Raffle
Back by popular demand is our 50/50 Calendar Raffle.
Our raffle drawings began in July and run through April of 2021. There are only 4 chances left to win! The drawing will be held prior to the April Board meeting on April 28th. To buy tickets for the last month, the cost is $10. Proceeds will benefit our Temple and student-related activities. You have to be in it to win it!  March raffle winners: Marge & Jeff Stevens, Karen Goddard, David & Susan Brown, Roberta Rayburn.
Ask Dr. Amy
On Friday 4/9 @ 7:30pm, TRT member and licensed psychologist Dr. Amy Altenhaus will present "Ask Dr. Amy - Living With the Anxiety of Uncertainty". Click here for more info.
Conversation with NJ District 12 Senator Samuel Thompson
RAC-NJ and Temple Shaari Emeth are hosting a get-to-know-you Zoom conversation on Sunday 4/11 @ 4pm with NJ Senator Samuel Thompson from District 12. If you live in this district, please join the conversation. Click here for details and additional info.
TRT Hosting a Conversation with NJ District 13 Senator Declan O'Scanlon
RAC-NJ and Temple Rodeph Torah are hosting a get-to-know-you Zoom conversation with NJ Senator Declan O'Scanlon from District 13. If you live in this district, please join the conversation on Monday 4/19 @ 7pm. Click here for details and additional information.
Bereavement Group
TRT Bereavement group is open to the entire community and led by Jen Herzog, MSW, LSW. 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. The groups are held on the first & third Wednesday of each month; the next group is Wednesday 4/7 at 10amClick here for information, and call the TRT office at 732.308.0055 with any questions.
Afternoon Book Discussion
Please join TRT Sisterhood Book Club on Wednesday 4/21 @ 12:30pm. We will be reading The Song of the Jade Lily by Kirsty Manning. Please RSVP here by email to Marla Bucher.
Evening Book Discussion
Please join TRT Sisterhood Book Club on Thursday 4/22 @ 8pm via Zoom. We will be reading The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah. At 7pm, Kristin Hannah will be live on Everbrite to discuss the book. Please register below for the author's discussion.
Spotlight on TRT's 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 Goldberger Family Fund for Community Engagement. This fund supports the many programs offered without charge to the community.
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