Programs from events throughout the community’s history. (See all documents.)

Cover of the 1902 program

Program from the 1902 Synagogue Dedication

Amazingly, the program from the dedication of the first synagogue survives!

Cover of the program

Program for United Hebrew Organizations’ Dramatic Evening

The program of these plays and the advertising supporters cover many of the children and adults in the community.

Cover to the program

Program from the 50th Anniversary Banquet

“May our Congregation, now numbering about 250 members, continue to prosper and be an asset to our community and country.”

Cover of the program for the 60th anniversary of the synagogue

Program for the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Synagogue

The sixtieth anniversary of the synagogue celebrated “our American Jewish life” just as the community was beginning its downturn.

Sisterhood’s 50th Anniversary Banquet

On December 11, 1955, the Homestead Rodef Shalom Sisterhood celebrated its 50th anniversary.

Interior of the confirmation program for the 1958 class

Confirmation 1958

The program from the 1958 confirmation at Homestead Hebrew Congregation.

Cover of program for testimonial dinner honoring Jerome J. Schwartz

Testimonial Dinner Honoring Jerome J. Schwartz

Program for the 1958 testimonial dinner honoring the synagogue’s long-time president.

Front cover of program for 1960 confirmation

Confirmation Exercises, 1960

Program for the 1960 confirmation exercises at the synagogue.

Front cover of program for 1966 confirmation

Confirmation Exercises, 1966

Program for the confirmation exercises for the synagogue’s class of 1966.

Cover of the program for the 61st Anniversary Dinner of the Sisterhood

Sisterhood’s 61st Anniversary Dinner

The program from the 61st anniversary dinner of the Sisterhood.

Front of program for 1967 confirmation

Confirmation Exercises, 1967

Program from the confirmation exercises for the synagogue’s class of 1967.

Cover of the 75th anniversary program

Program from the 75th Anniversary Dinner

“It is our hope that, although in numbers we may have suffered, the flame and spirit of the Congregation and the Sisterhood will continue to live and prosper.”