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 the 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.

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Sisterhood 2020 2021 Calendar is filled with exciting programs!

Here is the latest happenings with our Sisterhood Groups.

Feel free to contact the below members to learn about the groups.


Daytime Book Club:

New this year is the Sisterhood’s Daytime Book Club! This group will provide an opportunity to sip your morning coffee and dip into an engaging conversation about a range of books and subjects. This Group will be meeting six times during 2020-2021. The first meeting will be on October 14th at 10:30 AM.

The Daytime Book Club’s first selection is Amy Myerson’s “The Imperfects”. This intriguing book tells the story of three estranged siblings who are brought back together and must fact old resentments and betrayals. When they discover a secret inheritance among their grandmother’s possessions, their search to see if they are the rightful heirs will uncover a tragic and powerful past.

This get together will over Zoom to discuss this book. The link will be sent only to people who RSVP or for more information contact Jennifer Sapoff at



Sisterhood Book Club


Evening Book Club:

The Evening Book Club offers a dynamic and engaging opportunity to discuss books that are sure to spark conversations on a range of topics. They meet approximately every six weeks on Monday evenings. The first meeting for the fall is Tuesday, September 15th at 7:00 pm.

Evening Book Club’s first reading for this fall is Lawrence Hill’s fourth novel, Someone Knows My Name. This book is the life story of an African Muslim girl sold into slavery and it covers more than her physical survival. “Sure, that’s wrenchingly rendered and gives the story its heart. But it’s the girl’s emotional survival, her constant and ferocious fight for humanity that gives the book its considerable soul.” (Barnes and Noble review)

This get together will over Zoom to discuss this book. The link will be sent only to people who RSVP or for more information contact Denise at

  Knitting Group:

Sisterhood’s Knitting will pick up the needles in the fall. We look forward to seeing experienced as well as novices then. For more information contact Sheri Cohen at

Sisterhood Mah Jongg   Mah Jongg Groups:

Currently, all Sisterhood Mah Jongg Groups are at an interruption of play due to COVID – 19. When they are ready to start shuffling tiles information will be posted.

For more information contact:
Audrey Taffet at for further information about Beginner’s Mah Jongg .

Dary Ruderman ( for more information. about Daytime Mah Jongg.

Contact Debbie Danielson (jtdkmd@optonline.netfor further information about Evening Mah Jongg.