B’nai Jehudah Sisterhood is an organization of women who come together for friendship, support, community, activism, learning & spiritual growth.

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…encourages members to meet new people, renew acquaintances, and expand our networks…
…provides a useful and satisfying way to support our congregation and our community…
…opens opportunities for the creative energy, talents, and leadership potential of all its members  …
…offers a supportive environment where every woman can delve deeper into Jewish life…
…gives members a worldwide identity and a voice through our affiliation with Women of Reform Judaism.

We are stronger together! 

Sisterhood Board 2021

The women who were at Sisterhood Installation 2021! All outstanding leaders, ready for a great year. 

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1st Row: Amanda Morgan King (Congregation President), Jennifer Green Baer (Congregation Executive Director), Shari Barr, Rabbi Sarah Smiley, Marcia Soltz; 2nd Row: Jocelyn Fry (Congregation Immediate Past President), Joy Koesten, Amanda Bachmuth, Marilyn Cohen, Jody Cosner; 3rd Row: Kristi Kanarek, Jennifer Savage Sales, Nancy Fox, Reva Friedman, Donna Kaelter; 4th Row: Sharon Soltz, Barbie Rogoff, Lois Bernstein, Ellen Jacobs; 5th Row: Rita Sudhalter, Susan Himmelstein, Louise Gruenebaum, Lauren Levin. Sisterhood Board Members not pictured: Debbie Ball, Hilary Fried, Lisa Hamburg, Shannon Maker, Doris Mendel,  Carol Schwartz, Kathe Stekoll.

Mother’s Day/Father’s Day Card and Bulb Sale

Purchase Options
Mother’s Day/Father’s Day
Name(s) for Honor/Remembrance
Recipient’s Name & Address

Sisterhood Programs

Current Programs

For information about programs and events, please visit the Sisterhood Connection.
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Racism in the Jewish Community: The Uncomfortable Truth

February 2 | 6:00-7:00 pm | via Zoom
What is the Jewish response to racism? What are our expectations of our ourselves as Jews? To what moral standards do we hold ourselves?
The Sisterhoods of Congregation B’nai Jehudah and Beth Shalom are delighted to bring you an informative, enlightening discussion of racism within our Jewish community. Featuring guest speaker Ilana Kaufman, Executive Director of The Jews of Color Initiative, we’ll discuss current diversity within the Jewish Community and ways by which our community can be more inclusive. $5 per household, please register in advance. This event is open to all who wish to join.

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