Our clergy welcomes you. It's our hope that you, whether a new or seasoned member, feel welcome here at Temple Rodef Shalom. Learn more about who we are here.

Take a break from work or summer chores to relax and enjoy our clergy and other TRS friends! First up is Rabbi Jeffrey Saxe on July 6 in Tysons. Lunch locations will be announced closer to the date to registered participants. RSVP by Monday before each date at noon. RSVP here.

For five weeks we will take a journey of interfaith exploration, investigating different religious traditions and reflecting on where those faiths might intersect with Judaism.

RSVP here. 

During this evening, TRS and the McLean Islamic Center will have an opportunity to learn from them, hear their stories and share a meal together. This is a joint program of New Story Leadership, TRS and the McLean Islamic Center and is sponsored by the Israel and Social Action Committees. RSVP here.

High Holy Day Registration

We look forward to sharing the High Holy Days with you! Member registration is now open. By July 23, you should receive your High Holy Day Booklet in the mail; however, you should have already received an email containing your login and password information. Click here to register for the High Holy Days.

Should you have a question or issue, please contact our High Holy Day volunteers who will be back in touch with you as soon as possible.

Contact: HHvol@templerodefshalom.org, 703.532.2217,Extension 318

Temple Rodef Shalom Featured in the Washington Post

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Temple Rodef Shalom was featured in a Washington Post article on Saturday, June 4, 2016 for the recent Refugee Welcome Dinner we hosted. The article, titled Singing ‘salaam,’ synagogue hosts a welcome dinner for Syrian refugees, written by Julie Zauzmer, quoted Rabbi Jeffrey Saxe and TRS Member, Delegate Marcus Simon (53rd District).

Participants gathered to welcome a number of Syrian families who have recently settled to the Washington and Baltimore areas and heard the stories of those who had fled their homeland.

Washington Post article 1The Welcome Dinner was planned in cooperation with McLean Islamic Center, the Syrian American Council, the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding and the Greater Washington Muslim Jewish Forum.

The second photo, taken by Amanda Voisard for The Washington Post, features the words above our Sanctuary doors from Exodus 25:8, “And let them make Me a sanctuary that I may dwell among them.”

Read the article here

Religious School Registration

Religious School online registration is now open.

Register here

If you did not receive your member number and password in the mail please contact the Religious School office at 703-532-2207. Thank you!


Keep an Eye on This Space!

Our Building Task Force engaged with our architectural firm Brawer & Hauptman to see how our building and site can be improved to meet our top priorities. The Building Master Plan is now complete. Did you miss our Congregational Meeting on December 15?  No worries, the Master Plan presentation was live streamed and is now archived for viewing.  Visit the Streaming Archives, click on the "On Demand Viewer" tab and search for the "Arch Master Plan Presentation Dec 15".

Learn more here

Temple Rodef Shalom Nursery School

TRSNS provides a joyful and nurturing learning environment that fosters in each child the confidence and competence to become a productive, caring member of his/her family and community.

Application information is available here: Nursery School.