What is Sisterhood?
Sisterhood is a community of women of the Congregation who join together in friendship for programs to benefit the Temple and the community, for social activities, for learning, and individual growth. It provides the opportunity for the individual to expand and grow in a Jewish atmosphere.
Why join Sisterhood?
Sisterhood is the place where women can meet and work together for the benefit of the temple and Congregation. Here, women can participate in monthly meetings to develop and initiate projects in which they have an interest. Sisterhood also gives women a sense of worldwide community through its affiliation with Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ).
How do I join Sisterhood?
To join the Sisterhood, please fill out the attached membership form. You can drop it off in the Sisterhood mailbox or mail to Temple Beth David 100 Hauppauge Road, Commack, NY 11725 Attn: Sisterhood. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does Sisterhood do?
|For Our Temple||For Ourselves||For Our Local Community||For Our Youth||For Our Worldwide Community|
|Financial contribution to Capital Campaign||Welcome Back Breakfast||Financial contribution to LI Autism School||Bar/Bat Mitzvah Gifts||Financial Contributions to WRJ Yes Fund|
|Shabbat Onegs||Paid-up Membership Dinner||Monthly Stipend to Family in Need||Financial Contribution to Religious School||Sponsorship of Israeli child to summer camp|
|Special Onegs||Nutritionist||Financial Contribution to Isaiah 58 for Thanksgiving Food Drive||Financial Contribution to ECLC|
|Chinese Auction||Mah Jongg and Games Luncheon||Financial Contribution to LI Cares||Chanukah Sale|
|Sukkah Decorating||Installation Dinner||Financial Contribution to ALS|
|Women’s Seder||End-of-Year Bash||Collected food, adult and baby toiletries for needy families|
|Torah Study Discussions||Ladies’ Night Out||Breast Cancer walk volunteers and contribution|
|Sisterhood Shabbat||Biennial Convention in MA|
|Sponsored Scholars-in-Residence Luncheon|
|Tu B’Shevat Seder|
|Sponsored Dinner for Mitzvah Day Volunteers|