Women and Tallit

Categories: Community Voices, Sisterhood

13 Sisterhood women gathered at the lakeside home of Joan Charlson on a chilly Sunday afternoon, October 18. While sipping hot apple cider around the fireplace, Rabbi Amy led the women in study, prayer and singing. We observed Rosh Chodesh and donned Tallitot from the Gift Shop while Rabbi Amy taught the background and meanings of wearing a Tallit, specifically on a woman wearing one.
A warm feeling of sisterly togetherness permeated the afternoon.


[youtube id=”T4TURGPfDBg”]


Donate to a Fund

Honor or Remember a Loved One with a Donation!

Recent blog posts

What We Talk About When We Talk About Plastic Recycling

Try to imagine a day where you go without using plastic—it’s impossible. From yogurt containers to shampoo bottles to takeout containers, plastic is a part of our daily lives. Just a few years ago, this didn’t bother many people because recycling plastic was easier and more commonplace. South Hills townships used to recycle all plastics…

Read More
Read more

Sponge Alternatives

Sponges. We all use them, from cleaning pots and pans to other household chores. But did you know that many sponges contain plastic? They are also a repository for germs and pretty hard to recycle. One way to make environmental changes in kitchen habits is to replace sponges with Swedish dishcloths. They are made from…

Read More
Read more

The quickest picker upper…

I grew up having paper towels handy for many uses, especially in the kitchen. Wash your hands; dry with a paper towel. Spill on the floor; wipe with a paper towel. Rinse fruits and vegetables; spread to dry on a paper towel. You get the idea. Once we started composting, we would add the used…

Read More
Read more