We aim to fulfill our mission through programs and community service projects designed to nurture and foster:
Learning Experiences: workshops; lectures, and study days
Living Experiences: book clubs; cooking classes; theater groups
Shabbat & Rosh Hodesh Ahotai: Our Sisters' Rosh Hodesh
Sharing Opportunities & Tikkun Olam: Tzedakah Box & Hanukkah Candle Drive; Torah Fund; 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.
Sisterhood invites your membership, at a fee of $50 per year for TBA members, and $75 per year for non TBA members.
What's coming up with Sisterhood?
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Sunday, May 3rd
Mahjong Afternoon at TBA
Join us for a fun Mahjong afternoon at TBA.
Note-Originally published in the Kol Ha'am as March.
From warrior moms to movers & shakers, to battling bubbies, to learners and leaders, we are smart, social, generous, opinionated, warm, caring, committed, and strong.
Don’t YOU want to kick back on our team?
Join us and ..
Engage in fabulous and fun social events
Develop life-long friendships
Learn and work in a caring atmosphere
Find your inner leadership skills
Discuss relevant issues, at home and around the world
Support our synagogue, schools and community
All that and more at TBA SISTERHOOD
Temple Beth Am and TBA Sisterhood proudly supports the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism’s annual Torah Fund campaign.
Torah Fund raises money for scholarships for rabbis and cantors, educators and administrators, lay-leaders and research, at the five Conservative/Masorti rabbinical schools around the world: Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in Los Angeles, Jewish Theological Seminary, in New York, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, Seminario Rabinico Latino Americano in Buenos Aires, Zacharias Frankel College in Potsdam, Germany.