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Welcome to our neighborhood!
When you open the doors to Rodef Shalom, you’ll find a community that’s as vibrant and evolving as you are. You’ll discover a diverse congregation engaged in social issues, culture, and learning – a congregation rediscovering Jewish values that give meaning and provide a strong foundation to face the challenges of contemporary life.
Our doors are open to everyone.
- Sun, Jun 04Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical GardenJun 04, 10:00 AM – 7:00 PMRodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden, 4905 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USAEnjoy extended hours on our opening day 10am-7pm! Starting at 6:00 PM, join us as the Garden is transformed by Tikkun Chant Circle through the exploration of sacred Hebrew phrases with simple, repetitive melodies and rhythms. Free Parking · Free Admission · Wheelchair Accessible
- Multiple DatesWed, Jun 07Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden
- Sat, Jun 10Location is TBD
- Multiple DatesSun, Jun 11Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical GardenJun 11, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PMRodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden, 4905 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USARendezvous in our garden for a FREE live performance with The Boilermaker Jazz Band. Join us for drinks and hors d'ouvres as they bring the swinging sounds of the jazz age back to life. Made possible by the generosity of the Goldstein Entertainment Endowment.
- Tue, Jun 20Rodef Shalom CongregationJun 20, 7:00 PMRodef Shalom Congregation, 4905 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USAHairdressers, professional mourners, and magical healers find their spotlight as scholar Olivia Devorah Tucker explores how the Talmud - the conversations of the first generations of Rabbis - discusses the lives of women over 1500 years ago.
- Multiple DatesWed, Jun 28Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden
- Thu, Jun 29Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical GardenJun 29, 2:00 PMRodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden, 4905 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USAEthnobotanist Dr. John Greenberg will present how the study of how people use plants can help us better understand the Torah, from identifying the plants and other natural phenomena mentioned in the Tanach to using information about these plants to shed light on their use in prophetic metaphor.