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We are an active organization of women, hosting a number of programs throughout the year from social to educational to service–oriented, as well as helping to keep the shul fed. Sisterhood also gives back to the shul and community with numerous activities including in part:
  • Hosting the shul's annual Break the Fast for over 200 people
  • Baking Hamantaschen for Purim and Mishloach Manot gift bags
  • Hosting an annual Torah Fund Brunch which sends $10,000 to the four United Synagogue seminaries

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  Questions? Email our Sisterhood president
Find your place among our Sisterhood! Check out some of our regular programs...
Rosh Chodesh Women's Group
Once a month on Rosh Chodesh
A new monthly group hosted by Sisterhood. We will celebrate the new month, as we gather, learn and share this sacred time, connecting with one another and ourselves. A multigenerational group open to all who identify as women.
 Email our Rosh Chodesh Chairs for more information

Book Club
7PM on select dates
 email Carol Rosen for the book, meeting dates, and Zoom details
Esther Cohen Mah Jongg Tournament
Annual Event in November - check our calendar for the specific date!
 email Mah Jongg Chair for questions
 Follow us on Facebook for all the latest tournament news
Joint Breakfast with Men's Club
Check our website calendar for upcoming dates
We co–sponsor a speaker breakfast program with our Men's Club twice a year where the Men's Club serve up Lox & Bagels and Sisterhood traditionally serves a variety of sweets and desserts.  
Knit Nights
7PM the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month
Meet in the Library/Member Lounge
 email Kimber Miller for Zoom details
Ladies Who Lunch
This group meets once a month on a Tuesday for a delicious lunch and wonderful conversations! 
 email Carol Taper for questions
Torah Fund 
Annual Fundraiser
Women’s League and Torah Fund are proud to support the education of the future rabbis, cantors, educators, and scholars who will serve as the gifted leaders and innovators of the Conservative Movement. Torah Fund has raised more than $95 million since its inception as a grass–roots fund–raising campaign. 
 email Elaine Scharf for questions
Torah Discussion Group
7PM one Thursday a month
 email Nancy Siegel for Zoom details



Wed, June 12 2024 6 Sivan 5784