Sisterhood Shabbat, March 26th
Join us as we come together in a celebratory Shabbat service led by the women of Sisterhood and followed by a festive kiddush luncheon.
What an exciting year for our local Sisterhood – our community of Conservative Jewish women. With the warmth and enthusiasm of the Women’s League Hanukkah party still fresh in mind, the Sisterhood still looks forward to the continued success for our beloved organization.
We have always prided ourselves on our programming and this year’s Sisterhood Shabbat is here.
Whether it is Moses’ creation of a communal structure at Sinai, or women leading others in prayer in the synagogues of Eastern Europe, the power of community is transcendent. And women, assuredly, have played a principle role in sustaining Jewish community throughout the ages.
We hope to hear from you – May your own communities grow from strength to strength! Shabbat shalom!
Interested in learning about or joining Sisterhood? Please contact:
Debbie Cantor: firstname.lastname@example.org (Co-President)
Elaine Silverstein: email@example.com (Co-President)
Robin Kanen: firstname.lastname@example.org (Membership Chair)
Member’s Page (must sign in)
COVID – If you’re sick, stay home.
Please note: Consistent with TI’s COVID policies, you must be fully vaccinated or have a negative PCR test to join the kiddush luncheon following services. As you enter the Kiddush Room after services, you will be asked to present your vaccination card or the Docket app, or proof of a negative PCR test from no earlier than January 12. At this time, “fully vaccinated” does not mean that you must have had a booster. The policy does note apply to children younger than five. When not consuming food or beverage, you must wear a mask.