The Sisterhood of TBA offers every woman the opportunity to be part of a group of women who share common interests, develop lasting friendships, and to be part of one of the most vital organizations in the Jewish world, the Women's League for Conservative Judaism. We are guided by our mission: “To strengthen, unite and support women in their efforts to understand and perpetuate Conservative Judaism in the home, synagogue and community, and reinforce their bonds with Israel and Jews worldwide.”
We aim to fulfill this mission through programs and community service projects designed to nurture and foster learning experiences such as workshops, lectures, and study days; living experiences such as book clubs and cooking classes, Shabbat and “Rosh Hodesh Ahotai: Our Sisters’ Rosh Hodesh”, and theatre groups; sharing opportunities and Tikkun Olam such as our Tzedakah Box and Hanukkah Candle Drive, Torah Fund, and New Year Greeting Journal. Our programs and fundraising projects benefit Temple Beth Am, Pressman Academy, The Youth Department, Camp Ramah Scholarships and the Jewish community at large.
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Sisterhood invites your membership, at a fee of only $35 per year. To join Sisterhood, please contact one of our Membership co-Vice President, Judy Cowan, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Rosana Chermisqui, at email@example.com
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- Mystery Book Club meets monthly on Tuesday evenings. For information, please contact Gabriela Litov at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mah Jongg Club meets monthly on Wednesday evenings. For details, please contact Ann Istrin at email@example.com
- Rosh Hodesh Ahotai: Sisterhood’s women's celebration of the new Jewish month, featuring discussion and light refreshments, meets monthly. For details, contact Sandra Braun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROSH HODESH SIVAN:
JEWISH UKRAINE, THEN AND NOW - MAY 9
7:00 p.m. at one of our Sister's House, Rabbi Adam Kligfeld will report on his recent experience in the Ukraine, with a Powerpoint presentation in which he will describe Jewish life in the Ukraine today. Light refreshments will be provided. Seating is limited and RSVPs are a must. Please respond no later than Friday, May 3, 2013 to email@example.com or 323.394-8511.