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        We are part of Women of Reform Judaism, celebrating its 100th anniversary in   2013 - 100 Years Strong: Inspired by the Past, Committed to the Future.

        We provide a collective identity for the women of our synagogue and an outlet for the creative energy, talent and leadership potential of individual women.

        “We women [are] like the letters of the Torah, each one individually different, yet creating meaning in our unity…”* 

      What Do We Do?

  • Support the initiatives of WRJ
  • Contribute to the synagogue operating funds
  • Help fund specific projects
  • Operate a gift shop
  • Present a gift to each Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  • Provide tuition aid for post-confirmation education at Gratz College
  • Create programs open to everyone
  • Plan fund-raising events
  • Provide an opportunity to enjoy the camaraderie of other Jewish women while working together
  • Serve our synagogue and community
  • Find spiritual fulfillment

       How Do We Do It?

  • Collection of membership dues
  • Proceeds from the gift shop
  • Proceeds from other fund-raising events
  • By working together!

      Why Do We Do It?

  • We are committed to supporting our community, synagogue and other women.
  • We recognize that by working together we can accomplish more than we can by working alone.
  • We enjoy the opportunities for friendship, personal growth, spiritual growth and service.

      Sisterhood Activities:

  • Vintage Jewelry and Accessory Sale
  • Sisterhood / Brotherhood Shabbat
  • Spring Supper
  • Rosh Chodesh
  • Mah Jongg
  • Shredding
  • Gift Shop
  • Other Fundraisers

Help support Sisterhood while having fun! 
The event could be Bingo, a trip to a museum, or other event. 

2016 - 2017 Officers

Co-Presidents, Gail Arnopol, Linda Kline                                   
Treasurer, Allison Levin
Recording Secretary, Lisa Provost
Corresponding Secretary, Janice Goren
Financial Secretary, Jackie Cheifetz
Membership, Nancy Oblon, Tobie Schupack

Programming, Miriam Buchsbaum, Andrea Daly, Brenda Goodis,
Pearl Jahr, Sandy Sham, Toby Shpigel

Gift Shop, Nancy Chesin, Eileen Simmons, Gloria Zucker
Religion, Sue Fleishman, Lorna Tabby  
Temple Topics, Ellen Goldman  
Immediate Past President, Evelyn Fair



Remember, we are:  Stronger Together! 

* From The Presence of Women, by Rivka Haut, in Daughters of the King: Women and the Synagogue.  Ed. Susan Grossman & Rivka Haut.  The Jewish Publication Society.  Philadelphia & Jerusalem, 1992.