Beth El Sisterhood

Beth El Sisterhood is a multi-generational and diverse group of women, actively involved in social, charitable and educational events. Our programs are designed to enhance personal growth, Jewish involvement and a feeling of community.

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List of Upcoming Sisterhood Events

We are a member of the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism [WLCJ], which helps support the Jewish Theological Seminary, and strengthens women’s groups.  Our membership fee of $45 is two-fold: (1) supports projects and programs, and (2) includes a specified fee required by the WLCJ.  For new Beth El members who choose to join Sisterhood, the first year membership is complimentary.  If there is a financial hardship, we do not consider this an obstacle to membership, and the Membership Chair or Co-Presidents should be notified; information is held in strictest confidence.

To accommodate the balance of work schedules and family obligations, our programs take place at different days and times.

Our Programs include:

We invite you to join our Sisterhood and look forward to meeting you.  Following the fall holidays, don’t forget our annual, fun, paid-up membership program.  Our upcoming events are listed online, as well as in weekly Friday Updates via email and in the Kol (our bi-monthly newsletter).


For a list of officers and position, as well as vacant positions, please see the Sisterhood Membership Board.  If you have any questions about Joining Sisterhood, please email hidden; JavaScript is required, our VP of Membership.

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