Without you, we are one woman short!
We are about connections and commitment to our congregation, community and to each other. We are passionate in engaging women of all ages and believe that Sisterhood will enrich your life.
To learn more about Sisterhood, and to get involved, please email Sisterhood@tewnj.org.
We provide scholarships for temple youth to attend Jewish camps and to study in Israel. We sponsor Jewish leadership programs. We help the religious school with special projects and are available for the rabbis when special needs arise. Our Judaica shop, which is staffed entirely by volunteers, offers a wide range of items to enhance Jewish holiday celebrations, life-cycle events, and daily life. We provide for the Bima flowers and Oneg on Shabbat as well as decorate the Bima and Sukkah for Sukkot.
Sisterhood reaches outside the temple community as well. We value our tradition of visiting Jewish patients in hospital bringing challahs during the High Holiday season, and, assisting residents and organizing a model Seder in a nearby nursing home during Passover.
This is our parent organization whose mission is to strengthen the voice of women worldwide. The “WRJ” advocates for, and cultivates progressive Jewish values and has an extensive history of being at the forefront of social action and change. Our contribution to the WRJ and their youth, educational and special projects fund helps support this critical mission. For example, The WRJ Atlantic district was responsible for rebuilding the Chapel on the Hill at our URJ camp, Camp Harlam
But we cannot do this without you.
Your dues provides the necessary financial support for our Sisterhood, our Temple and the Women of Reform Judaism so that we may support these many worthwhile causes. Woman to woman we are maintaining a strong community for the next generation of Reform Jews. And we need your help to make sure we can continue to pass the torch to the next generation.
To learn more please contact Maralyn Lieberman at: Sisterhood@tewnj.org.
Upcoming Sisterhood Events
Wednesday, September 19 at 7:30 PM
The book selection is “The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem” by Sarit Yishai-Levy.
Our November selection is “In my Brother’s Image” by Eugene Pogany.