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Discover the New - Jun 05, 2020  · v’shabbat kod’sho b’ahava uv’ratzon hinchilanu, zikaron l’ma’aseh b’reishit. Ki hu yom t’chila l’mikra-ay kodesh, zaycher l’tziat

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  • Our Clergy, Staff, and Lay Leadership Welcome You!

    Jill L. Maderer, Senior Rabbi Eli C. Freedman, Rabbi

    Alan D. Fuchs, Rabbi Emeritus William I. Kuhn, Rabbi Emeritus

    Henry B. Bernstein, President Jeffrey W. Katz, Executive Director

    Jennifer D. James, Director of Youth Education Andrea S. Miller, Buerger Early Learning Center Jewish Engagement

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    Discover the New Rodeph Shalom Vision Statement

    ♦ Immersed in Jewish time ♦ Guided by enduring values ♦ Compelled to moral action

    We create profound connections

    Immersed in Jewish time

    Sustained by the sacred rhythms of the Jewish year, pivotal moments of the Jewish life

    cycle, and generations of Jewish history, we are part of something greater than ourselves.

    Living in Jewish time teaches us how to express meaning in the everyday, to gather as a

    community, and to walk with each other through the joys and sorrows of our lives.

    Guided by enduring values

    The timeless wisdom of our tradition inspires our intentional quest for truth,

    righteousness, and purpose amid the uncertainties we face in our world. We dedicate

    ourselves to Judaism’s ethical messages to treat each other with loving-kindness. The

    faithful, the skeptic—and those who perceive God in different ways—wrestle to renew

    the teachings of Torah for our present and for the future of the Jewish people.

    Compelled to moral action

    In a broken world, we commit to be a voice of conscience and to engage in the work of

    social justice. From our doorstep to our neighborhood and beyond, we welcome the

    stranger and embrace our responsibility to connect with and learn from others.

    We create profound connections

    We seek meaning in shared experiences and cherish our diverse perspectives. We who

    are new to synagogue life or have extensive Jewish backgrounds; we who are Jewish or

    who share our lives with Jews; we who live within different family constellations, who

    are of all abilities, gender identities, sexual orientations, races, and generations: we enter

    the synagogue to celebrate, to learn, to laugh, to heal, to pray, to challenge ourselves,

    and to connect with others about the deepest questions of our lives.

    https://rodephshalom.org/vision/

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    Friday, Shabbat Evening Service June 5, 2020

    Led by: Rabbi Jill Maderer, Rabbi Eli Freedman, Cantorial Soloist Rebekah Robinson

    Candles: Joan Levin

    Kiddush: Monica Kramer

    Blessing for Children: Andi & Mike, and Lindsay Shuster

    HaMotzi: Charlie Murray

    SHALOM ALEICHEM mal’achei hashareit mal’achei elyon mimelech malchei

    ham’lachim, ha-kadosh baruch hu

    ֵרתלֹוםֲָׁעֵליֶכםָׁש ָׁ ַמְלֲאֵכיַָׁהש ַמְלֲאֵכיֶָׁעְליֹוןִָׁמֶמֶלְךַָׁמְלֵכיָׁ רּוְךָׁהּוא דֹושָׁב ִכיםַָׁהק ַהְמל

    Shalom Aleichem

    PEACE BE WITH YOU, ministering angels, messengers of the Most High, messengers of the Ruler of Rulers, the Holy One, Blessed be God.

    Bo’achem l’shalom mal’achei hashalom

    mal’achei elyon mimelech malchei

    ham’lachim, ha-kadosh baruch hu

    לֹוםָׁ לֹוםַָׁמְלֲאֵכיַָׁהש בֹוֲאֶכםְָׁלש ַמְלֲאֵכיֶָׁעְליֹוןִָׁמֶמֶלְךַָׁמְלֵכיָׁ רּוְךָׁהּוא דֹושָׁב ִכיםַָׁהק ַהְמל

    Tzeitchem l’shalom mal’achei hashalom mal’achei elyon mimelech malchei ham’lachim, ha-kadosh baruch hu

    לֹוםָׁ לֹוםַָׁמְלֲאֵכיַָׁהש ֵצאְתֶכםְָׁלש ֵכיֶָׁעְליֹוןִָׁמֶמֶלְךַָׁמְלֵכיָׁ ַמְלא רּוְךָׁהּוא דֹושָׁב ִכיםַָׁהק ַהְמל

    Come in peace, messengers of peace, messengers of the Most High, messengers of the Ruler of Rulers, the Holy One, Blessed be God.

    Barechuni l’shalom mal’achei hashalom mal’achei elyon mimelech malchei ham’lachim, ha-kadosh baruch hu

    לֹוםָׁ לֹוםַָׁמְלֲאֵכיַָׁהש ְרכּוִניְָׁלש ב ֵכיֶָׁעְליֹוןִָׁמֶמֶלְךַָׁמְלֵכיָׁ ַמְלא רּוְךָׁהּוא דֹושָׁב ִכיםַָׁהק ַהְמל

    Bless me with peace, messengers of peace, messengers of the Most High, messengers of the Ruler of Rulers, the Holy One, Blessed be God.

    Go in peace, messengers of peace, messengers of the Most High, messengers of the Ruler of Rulers, the Holy One, Blessed be God.

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    Blessing over the Candles

    BARUCH ata Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha-olam,

    asher kidshanu b’mitzvotav

    vitzivanu l’hadlik ner shel Shabbat.

    ה,ָָׁׁרּוךב ָׁ יי ַָׁאת ם,ָׁ עֹול ֱאֹלֵהינּוֶָׁמֶלךָׁה

    יו,ָׁ נּוְָׁבִמְצֹות ַאֶשרִָׁקְדש ת. נּוְָׁלַהְדִליקֵָׁנרֶָׁשלַָׁשב ְוִצו

    BLESSED ARE YOU, Adonai our God, Sovereign of the universe, who hallows us with mitzvot,

    commanding us to kindle the light of Shabbat.

    Blessing for the Children

    Yismech Elohim k’Ephraim v’chi-Menashe.

    ְיִשיְמָךֱָׁאֹלהִיםְָׁכֶאְפַרְיםְָׁוִכְמַנֶשה

    May God make you like Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah, Ephraim and Menashe. May the Holy One bless you and keep you.

    May the Holy One shine light upon you and be gracious to you. May the Holy One turn towards you and give you peace.

    Yesimech Elohim k’Sarah Rivka Rachel v’Leah ה ֵחלְָׁוֵלא הָׁר הִָׁרְבק ר ְיִשיֵמְךֱָׁאֹלהִיםְָׁכש

    Yivarechecha Adonai v’yishmerecha

    Ya’er Adonai panav eilecha vichuneka

    Yisa Adonai panav eilecha v’yasem lecha shalom

    ֶרְכָךָׁ ְוִיְשְמֶרָךָׁיי ְָׁיב

    יוָׁיי ָׁי ֵארָׁ נ ֵאֶליָךִָׁויֻחֶנך ָׁ פ

    אָׁ לֹוםָׁיי ִָׁיש נ יוֵָׁאֶליָךְָׁוי ֵשםְָׁלָךָׁש פ

    ִנים ַלתָׁפ ַקב KABBALAT PANIM—WELCOMING

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    BARUCH ata Adonai, Eloheinu melech ha-olam,

    haMotzi lechem min haaretz.

    ה,ָָׁׁרּוְךב ָׁ יי ַָׁאת ם,ָׁ עֹול ֱאֹלֵהינּוֶָׁמֶלְךָׁה

    ֶרץ. א ַהמֹוִציאֶָׁלֶחםִָׁמןָׁה

    Blessing over the Wine or Grape Juice (Kiddush)

    BARUCH ata Adonai, Eloheinu melech ha-olam,

    borei p’ri hagafen.

    ה,ָָׁׁרּוְךב ָׁ יי ַָׁאת ם,ָׁ עֹול ֱאֹלֵהינּוֶָׁמֶלְךָׁה

    ֶפן. בֹוֵראְָׁפִריַָׁהג

    Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu melech ha-olam,

    asher kid’shanu b’mitzvotav v’ratza vanu,

    v’shabbat kod’sho b’ahava uv’ratzon

    hinchilanu, zikaron l’ma’aseh b’reishit. Ki

    hu yom t’chila l’mikra-ay kodesh, zaycher

    l’tziat mitzrayim. Ki vanu vacharta v’otanu

    kidashta mikol ha’amim. V’shabbat kod-shi-cha

    b’ahava uv’ratzon hinchal tanu. Baruch ata

    Adonai, mi’kadesh ha Shabbat.

    הָׁ רּוְךַָׁאת ם,ָָׁׁיי ָׁב עול ֱאֹלֵהינּוֶָׁמֶלְךָׁה נּו.ָׁ הָׁב צ יוְָׁור נּוְָׁבִמְצֹות ֲאֶשרִָׁקְדש

    צֹוןָׁ הָּׁוְבר ְדשֹוְָׁבַאֲהב ְוַשַבתָׁק רֹוןְָׁלַמֲעֵשהְָׁבֵראִשית.ִָׁכיָׁ נּוִָׁזכ ִהְנִחיל ֵאיָׁקֶדשֵָׁזֶכרָׁ הְָׁלִמְקר הּואָׁיֹוםְָׁתִחל

    נּוָׁ ְָׁואֹות ַחְרת נּוָׁב ִים.ִָׁכיָׁב ִליִציַאתִָׁמְצר ְדְשָךָׁ ַעִמים.ְָׁוַשַבתָׁק לָׁה ִָׁמכ ִקַדְשת

    הָָׁׁ רּוְךַָׁאת נּו.ָׁב צֹוןִָׁהְנַחְלת הָּׁוְבר ְבַאֲהב ת.ָׁיי ָׁ ְמַקֵדשַָׁהַשב

    BLESSED ARE YOU, Adonai our God, Sovereign of the universe, creator of the fruit of the vine.

    Blessed are you, Adonai our God, Sovereign of the universe, who finding favor with us, sanctified us with mitzvot.

    In love and favor, You made the holy Shabbat our heritage as a reminder of the work of Creation. As first among our sacred days, it recalls the Exodus from Egypt. You chose us and set us apart from the peoples.

    In love and favor You have given us Your holy Shabbat as an inheritance. Blessed are you, Adonai, who sanctifies Shabbat.

    BLESSED ARE YOU, Adonai our God, Sovereign of the universe, who brings forth bread from the earth.

    Blessing over the Challah (HaMotzi)

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    ma-She

    ד ָֽ הֶָׁאח הֱָׁאֹלֵהינּוְָׁיהו ֵאלְָׁיהו ְשַמעִָׁיְשר She-ma yisrael, adonai eloheinu, adonai echad!

    Hear O Israel, the Eternal is our God, the Eternal is One!

    ֶעדָׁ םָׁו רּוְךֵָׁשםְָׁכבֹודַָׁמְלכּותֹוְָׁלעֹול ב

    Baruch shem kavod malchuto l’olam va-ed.

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