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Sisterhood

Sisterhood is looking forward to an extremely exciting and productive year. Through a variety of social and religious action programs, we invite you to be part of this passionate group of women who come together to benefit the temple and our community.

Contact Sisterhood Leadership if you would like to assist and/or attend.

See the calendar on the home page for scheduled events.

 

 

 

Some of our past activities:

  • Member Appreciation Dinner
  • Brisket Cook-off and Dessert Bake-off with Brotherhood
  • Book Group evening
  • Chanukah party, with gifts going to a women’s shelter
  • Sisterhood Shabbat Service
  • Visit to Mayyim Hayyim in Newton
  • A social night, playing bunko and enjoying snacks
  • Annual Passover Women’s Seder with a record turnout
  • And much, much more

To join Sisterhood, please fill out our online Sisterhood Membership Form, or complete this  printable Sisterhood Membership Form and mail it to us.

Please contact Sisterhood leadership if you are interested in learning more about Sisterhood.


Oneg Captain Program

The Oneg Captain Program is overseen by Sisterhood's Oneg Coordinator. Captains coordinate the hosts and assist them with the setup and cleanup of the Oneg. Captains participate three to four times a year in rotation. New volunteers to the program receive training prior to captaining on their own. If you are an adult member of the congregation and would like to participate in this Manageable Mitzvah, please reach out to the Sisterhood Oneg Coordinator. To sponsor an Oneg, please go to our form and document page to download the Sponsorship Form.


Sisterhood-Sponsored Book Group

B’nai Shalom Book Group Selection for May 24

On Monday, May 24, we will discuss The Girl from Berlin by Ronald Balson, a Chicago-based attorney, law professor, and well-known author of Jewish legal thrillers. His series of books involves the fictional Chicago legal-detective team, Catherine Lockhart and Liam Taggart. In this mystery, an old friend asks Catherine and Liam to help his elderly aunt in Tuscany. She is being evicted from her home in the Tuscan hills by a powerful corporation claiming they own the deeds, even though she can produce her own set of deeds to her land. Their only clue is a 1930’s bound handwritten manuscript, entirely in German. Hidden in the manuscript’s pages is a long-forgotten story. 

Meetings will be held on Zoom starting at 7 p.m. All B’nai Shalom members are welcome. For more information, please contact Barbara Barry 

Mon, May 17 2021 6 Sivan 5781