Sisterhood is ALL about the people! Our friends, our family, our community, ourselves! Programming for Sisterhood focuses on the people that make up our world.
Our women's branch of the congregational family is affiliated with the Women of Reform Judaism and lends its support to youth, education, and service on a national as well as local level.
Sisterhood has many social and fund-raising activities planed for the year. They support the Temple by purchasing office equipment, sponsoring the weekly Oneg Shabbat, and giving partial camperships to Temple youth for attending Jewish summer camps. They support the Reyut (friendship) Committee, evening and morning book groups, and organize volunteer to work at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen.
SH Rosh Codesh
Rosh Chodesh is a monthly observance of the beginning of the Jewish month. The group’s purpose is to provide a secure place for women to share, learn and grow, and to help women of all ages and stages connect with the spiritual, feminine, and personal aspects of Judaism.
Come join in the discussion, the warmth, and camaraderie, come join in the joy of getting to know other Jewish women as we welcome the new month. See temple calendar (or sisterhood calendar feed on this page) for upcoming dates.
- Shopping at our brick and mortar Judaic Shop located in the temple foyer.
- Purchasing gift cards through the Sisterhood Script Simply Shopping Program.
- Make a donation to any of the Sisterhood temple funds; Sisterhood Fund, Sisterhood Oneg Shabbat Fund, Sisterhood Jane Kahn Campership Fund, Sisterhood Jill Paul Liheyot Fund, Sisterhood Dorothy S. Ludwig Reyut Fund, or Sisterhood Soup Kitchen Fund.
SH Sponsored ...Plant Trees In Israel:
Plant a tree in Israel to recognize or memorialize friends, family, and loved ones. You may purchase a trees though Sisterhood member Jane Golub who has been organizing this initiative for over 20 years. The fee is $10 per tree and a certificate will be sent to acknowledge the donation. For more information or to purchase over the phone, please contact Jane Golub.