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 only $45 per year for TBA members, and $50 per year for non TBA members.
What's coming up with Sisterhood?
Click on each event for details and to RSVP!
- Rosh Hodesh 3/7/19
- TBA Sisterhood Novel Book Group 3/14/19
- Persian Cooking Class 3/22/19
- Mystery/Thriller Book Club 3/26/19
- TBA Mahjong 3/27/19
Hodesh Rosh Hodesh-Thursday March 7th at 7:30 pm
We welcome Rabbi Ruth Sohn as our speaker. Our topic for the evening will be: Why are we obligated to send Mishloach Monot (Gifts) to our friends and give Mattanot l'Evyonim/( Gifts to the Poor) on Purim? What do these gifting practices reveal about the deeper meaning of this holiday? The evening will be at the home of Rosana Chermisqui. Desert will be served.
Suggested Donation of $5. RSVP below for a parking permit.
Friday, March 22nd from 10:30am to 1:30pm -
Mystery/Thriller Book Club
Tuesday March 26th at 7:00pm
Meeting will be hosted by Helen Wachs, at her home. We will be reviewing the novel, The Mandela Plot, by Kenneth Bonert. Refreshments will be served.
RSVP to Marlene Braer: firstname.lastname@example.org
From warrior moms to movers & shakers, to battling bubbies, to learners and leaders, we are smart, social, generous, opinionated, warm, caring, committed, and strong.
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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
In 5778, the Women's League for Conservative Judaism celebrates 100 years of growing and strengthening the Conservative Movement.
Torah Fund was established 75 years ago, and now proudly supports scholarships and housing for rabbinical and cantorial students at the five Conservative Seminaries. Building upon the first 75 years of Torah Fund's achievements, TBA Sisterhood offers the annual Torah Fund pledge pin. This year's theme is Mah Tovu, "how good" from the Book of Numbers. Mah tovu ohalecha "How goodly are your tents," a spontaneous exclamation of joy and appreciation, sung as we enter the synagogue.
Receive the commemorative Ma Tovu Torah Fund pin for 5778 as OUR GIFT TO YOU in recognition of your generous pledge of support.
Click here to make your pledge now.