Sisterhood

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The Sisterhood of Temple Har Shalom inspires its members to cultivate, nurture and sustain a strong sense of community by bringing together women of all generational stages, by promoting connections among our temple and greater community, and by supporting the mission of Women of Reform Judaism. Through service, education, social action, programming and philanthropic efforts, the Sisterhood supports Jewish ideals, and strives to strengthen and enhance the quality of Jewish living.

To learn more about our group, please contact sisterhood@templeharshalom.org

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 2017 - 2018 Sisterhood Calendar

Upcoming Sisterhood Events  

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Join us for Casino Night!

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SAVE THE DATE - Miriam's Seder on Thursday, March 15th at 6:30pm

Mark your calendard for the 2018 Miriam's Seder on Thursday, March 15th at 6:30pm. The Seder is open to women of the community plus young adults (middle school or older). Your invitation and registration information will be coming soon!

   
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Knitting Group - will next click their needles together on Wednesday, March 7th

Join Sisterhood for knitting from 7:30-9:30pm on December 6th. If you've never knit before, we can teach you! Contact the debby61@comcast.net for location details and, for beginner knitters, a supply list. Future gathering dates are: Wednesdays March 7th, April 4th and May 2nd.

   
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Evening Mah Jongg - will play on Tuesday, February 27th

Enjoy a Tuesday or Wednesday evening playing Mah Jongg with Sisterhood! All are welcome to come and play. Contact  Audrey Taffet at ataffet@aol.com for further details. Evening Mah Jongg will also be meeting on the following dates at 7:00pm: Wednesday 3/7, Tuesday, 3/13, Tuesday 3/27, Tuesday 4/10, Wednesday, 4/18, Tuesday 4/24, Wednesday 5/9 and Tuesday 5/29

   
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Book Club - next discussion is on Monday, March 12th!

Book Club will read Sherri Mandell's "The Blessing of a Broken Heart. This very personal book discusses how a family copes with the loss of a child. Mrs. Mandell's son, Koby, was 13 years old when he and his friend, Yosef, were killed in the Judean desert. "The Blessing of a Broken Heart"  is Mrs.Mandell's way to share her thoughts and emotions during the initial stages of mourning. She  also shares the beautiful account of life with Koby. For more information about the Book Club, contact Denise at deniseadelman@yahoo.com.