Congregation Rodeph Sholom is a community of diverse Jews who adhere to the principles of the Conservative Movement. Our community draws members from many towns throughout Fairfield County, including Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Trumbull, Stratford, Westport. We have a vibrant membership and a sincere and approachable clergy and staff who create a warm atmosphere for spiritual nurturing and connection.
Rodeph sholom celebrates 2023 Hanukkah Around the World!
For the four consecutive year, Congregation Rodeph Sholom celebrated Hanukkah Around the World with information prepared by Carol Weinshel.
It was amazing to learn how locations so far away from Park and Capitol Avenues in Bridgeport, Connecticut could actually have a connection and to see how the variety of cultures and peoples worked together for the good of all people. We thank those who joined us on Zoom and we will be adding the remaining nights of Hanukkah shortly…so stay tuned!
Rodeph Sholom Celebrates Its Veterans
During our Veterans Shabbat event, Jack Rosenblum highlighted his experiences with the Band of Brothers Tour. He spoke about the path of the 101st Airborne expedition from D-Day to liberating Jewish Holocaust prisoners from a sub-camp of Dachau.
To view the recording of the Veterans Shabbat service, click here.
To view the recording of Jack Rosenbaum’s presentation on his experiences with the Band of Brothers tour, click here.
Rabbi Eisenberg's Comments on Israel During Shabbat
“Now more than ever, it is crucial for American Jews to join synagogues and attend services and activities. With the ongoing crisis in Israel, it is too easy to stay glued to our TV’s watching the news, isolating ourselves from our community. Israel needs us, we need Israel and we need each other. That’s where Rodeph Sholom comes in, providing a supportive and nurturing place for spiritual nourishment and social connection. I urge you to come visit us. If you are already affiliated on some level, I encourage you to join us for services so that we can worship together and draw the strength we need from one another to get through these dark times.”
– Rabbi Eisenberg
To access all of Rabbi Eisenberg’s videos please visit his Youtube Channel, click here!: