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The Sisterhood of Temple Beth-El is a vibrant, active group of women, who are directly involved in the daily life of our Synagogue. Although our membership is diverse, our common bond as Conservative Jewish women unites us in our dedication to the values of traditional Judaism in the home, synagogue and community.
Our commitment to continued Adult Education is backed by monthly programming on a variety of topics concerning Jewish women today. These are listed in the Sisterhood section of our Synagogue Bulletin. In addition, Sisterhood members receive a reminder card in the mail.
As a service to our congregation, our Sisterhood publishes a comprehensive membership directory and a "Book of Remembrance," which is used for Yizkor services. Sisterhood publishes the "Book of Remembrance" for all four Yizkor Services beginning with Yom Kippur afternoon. List your loved ones for $18 per name. Contact the TBE Office for an order form.
We are very proud of our Sisterhood Judaica Gift Shop, the premier shop of its kind in the state. Our Judaica Gift Shop is available anytime the office is open. Your purchases for life cycle events, hostess gifts, or your own home come back to the synagogue in our budget allocations.
Our state-of-the-art kosher kitchens are available for all Synagogue functions, and remain busy throughout the year.
Temple Beth El's children are a top priority for Sisterhood, and it is our pleasure to supply them with funds for Camp Ramah Darom scholarships, youth activities, and the needs of our Religious School. We host a yearly Chanukah luncheon and raffle, and our annual fundraiser is the highlight of the year.
For more information regarding our Sisterhood, you may call Temple Beth-El at 205-933-2740 or contact Janet Reagan, Steering Committee Chair
- Leagrams - Can be used in place of commercial greeting cards for congratulatory messages, expressions of sympathy, etc. Each Leagram is $3. For purchasing information, please email Ceil Herzel.
- The Torah Fund supports the Jewish Theological Seminary. Contact Arlene Fisher or Hannah Helman for more information.