Sisterhood

Open exclusively to women, the Sisterhood serves two primary functions for our shul. The Sisterhood promote the well-being of the shul through supporting various shul programs, and serves the religious and social interests of Sisterhood members.

Current meeting times: Sisterhood meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm, or as needed. The meetings focus on: discussions of event ideas, important Sisterhood or shul issues and socializing with each other.

A sampling of activities organized by the Sisterhood:

  • Braiding & “Taking” Challah
  • Annual movie night
  • Baking / Cooking a Seuda for Shabbos or Yom Tov at shul
  • Annual Cooking Demonstration & Tasting with chef Steve Bonner
  • Fundraising projects for the shul and for Israel

Sisterhood sponsors / manages the following:

  • Tallis Weaving Project
  • Shabbos morning & Yom Tov babysitting
  • Selling Gift cards for Giant and Weis grocery stores
  • Sisterhood gift shop
  • Sisterhood wine cellar

For more information about the Sisterhood, upcoming Sisterhood events or to inquire about membership, please contact:

Sisterhood Co-Presidents,
Sarah Danna, [email protected]
Alyssa Komarow, [email protected]

 

This Shabbat
Parshat Mishpatim-Shekalim
Mincha: 5:25 p.m.
Candle Lighting: 5:29 p.m.

Shacharis: 9:00 a.m.
Mincha: 5:05 p.m.
Shabbat concludes: 6:31 p.m.
Upcoming Events
Plan to join us for "Purim Under One Tent", beginning Saturday evening, March 11, with the Megillah reading at 7:15 p.m., followed by arcade games, pizza, salads, cotton candy, popcorn and more! Cost: $9/person, $36/family max. Our family Purim Se'udah (Chinese meal) will be held Sunday, March 12, at 5:00 p.m. Cost: $15/adult, $10/child, $55/family max if paid by Wed., March 8th. If paid at the door, the cost is $18/adult, $12/child. A Sat./Sun. 2-event package price is: $75/family max, individuals at $20 if paid by Wed., March 8th.

Join our weekly Tuesday class with Rabbi Wilensky held in the shul's board room at 8:30 p.m. on "Chovot Halevavot: Nurturing the Inner Feelings of a Jew". This class is open for both men and women and no prior knowledge of Jewish texts is necessary. The class is studying the classic work of Rabbi Bachya Ibn Pekudah of 11th century Spain which focuses on cultivating the thoughts and emotions of self-reflection, trust, belief, humility, devotion, and love. If you are interested in more details, please contact Rabbi Wilensky.