Sisterhood of Temple B’nai Chaim

About Temple B’nai Chaim Sisterhood


The Temple B’nai Chaim Sisterhood is a warm, vibrant, and welcoming group dedicated to the fellowship, spirituality, social connection and sustainable financial stewardship of our membership and of Temple B’nai Cham (TBC).

We love Judaism, one another, and our wider community. We are inclusive to all interested TBC members, as well as members of the larger community interested in women and Judaism, to join our circle.

Sisterhood offers many diverse opportunities for connection and learning:

  • Opening Dinner – a time to socialize and kick off the year
  • Full synagogue break fast following Yom Kippur
  • In-home pot luck Havdalah dinners open to all congregants
  • Tu b’Shevat women’s seder
  • Sisterhood Hannukah Party
  • Ogden House luncheons for local seniors
  • NEW! Women’s Spirituality Retreat – a weekend dedicated to spirituality and fellowship
  • NEW! Mussar discussion group  

Sisterhood contributes in many ways to TBC and our greater community.  Our contributions include:

  • Organize Rosh Hoshanah honey sale fundraiser (to support Sisterhood budget)
  • Organize Purim Mishloach Manot basket fundraiser (to support Religious School budget)
  • Present ritual gifts to all B’nai mitzvah students
  • Provide apples & honey, latkes, and other support to religious school throughout the year
  • Contribute to TBC wish lists / special needs as occasion arises
  • Directly support TBC’s operating budget

Click here to become a member, or contact sisterhood@templebnaichaim.org.

Sisterhood Upcoming Events

  1. Sun 05
  2. Sat 18

    Havdalah Potluck

    Details
    Apr 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  3. Wed 22

    Mussar Study Group, presented by TBC Sisterhood

    Details
    Apr 22 @ 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
  4. Wed 29

    Sisterhood Board Meeting (Zoom)

    Apr 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Sisterhood is affiliated with the Women of Reform Judiaism network, which works to:

  • Provide scholarships for rabbinic and cantorial students
  • Educate about women’s health issues
  • Support youth activities through the YES fund
  • Work to end domestic violence
  • Support the Jewish Braille Institute
  • Support the World Union of Progressive Judaism