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SISTERHOOD OFFERS GIFT CARDS FOR SELECTED MARKETS.
Contact: Lea Loewinger (310)559-6451


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SINAI TEMPLE SISTERHOOD


Sisterhood is a group of Jewish women of different backgrounds and ages who gather to observe and promote Jewish values and traditions while enjoying warmth and friendship in the process. We are proud of our accomplishments and look forward to the energy and dynamism our new members bring.

Sisterhood offers:

  • A place for personal growth through classes and programs, and fulfillment through board positions and community service.

  • We gather to plan, study and enjoy monthly programs, ranging from musical to educational, to bus trips to museums and places of interest.

  • A yearly retreat at Camp Ramah in the fall which provides a wonderful opportunity to relax, study, pray, engage in many activities and enjoy each other's company, under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Nicole Guzik.

  • A yearly Shabbaton in early spring where our members and their daughters lead the entire service, chant from the Torah and give d'rashot and sermons.

  • Rosh Hodesh monthly meetings at different members' homes where we enjoy delicious meals and interesting programs presented by our members.

  • A fabulous Judaica shop offering tallesim and kippot, silver goblets and candlesticks, Pesach plates and challah plates and covers, and beautiful gift items.

  • Opportunity for community service, which brings a lot of joy to the participants as well as the recipients: Project Outreach raises funds for non-perishable food packages which we deliver to needy persons three times a year for Jewish holidays. We do Project Caring by going to visit patients in nursing homes whom we entertain with stories and sing-alongs.

Sisterhood supports Israel and many local Jewish organizations including:

  • We provide funds for our synagogue and our schools, including Sinai Akiba and the Religious School.
  • We fund partial scholarships to Camp Ramah and the Tikvah program at Ramah for special children.
  • We support Torah Fund which helps toward the education of rabbis and cantors in the Conservative Movement. You will receive an exquisite pin when you make a contribution at the Benefactor level and above.


There is something for everyone at Sisterhood. Join us and be fulfilled in many different ways!

For more information please contact: Sisterhood at (310) 481-3308 or sisterhood@sinaitemple.org

 

SISTERHOOD PROGRAMS

 

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Sisterhood Shabbaton—Friday night and Saturday, February 28 and March 1, 2014. Friday night dinner. Services are led by Sisterhood members and their daughters throughout Shabbat. To participate with an English or Hebrew part, contact Michele Gabai at (310) 859-9138 or Venus Bina at (310) 551-2026.

Donor Luncheon—Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. This wonderful event is in appreciation of the “donors” who support our activities throughout the year. To learn how to earn donor points, contact Jina Rezvanpour at (310) 991-2509 or Lili Shafai at (310) 454-9927.

Board Installation—Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. We invite everyone to apply for a position on the board. Board meetings are open to all Sisterhood members. Call Edie Nitzberg at (310) 471-0886.

ROSH HODESH CLUB. Thursday evenings, 6-8 p.m. in private homes, May 29, and June 26, 2014. This is a leap year in the Hebrew calendar, so we get to celebrate one more month, Adar II. Women get together at the beginning of each month for dinner, learning, camaraderie and fun. Our Sunday morning Rosh Hodesh meetings will be on February 9 and May 4, 2014. For information, call Lisa Pompan at (310) 837-6070 or Sharon Baskin at (323) 651-1394.

SISTERHOOD SOCIAL ACTION

Project Outreach. We deliver food to elderly and sick persons whose names we get from Jewish Family Service three times a year, before Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah and Passover with the donations collected at luncheon meetings. Join in this mitzvah. Call Sandy Croll at (310) 274-5705 for dates of next delivery.

Project Caring. Musical visits to patients at the Brentwood Health Care Center in Santa Monica, one hour a month, to bring joy and companionship. Whatever your talents are, your presence will brighten these patients. Summer visits are on July 23 and August 20 from 2 to 3 p.m. To join, contact Beanie Polsky at (310) 305-1912.



 

 

SISTERHOOD CLASSES — See individual flyers for registration

For more information on Sisterhood Classes, contact Rosa Berman Ruder at (310) 557-1009 or rbermanr@yahoo.com.

pdfBody Sculpting for Women with Molly Basler. Join this fabulous work-out on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 – 10:15 a.m. Work at your own level. Fee. For more information and to register, contact Rosa Berman Ruder at (310)557-1009 or rbermanr@yahoo.com.


Our Lives, Our Issues with Rabbi Nicole Guzik. Join us for a 3-session discussion of major issues for women: Creating a Life, Infertility and Birthing; How to Find Harmony Within Ourselves; and Empty Nesters and Beyond. Thursdays, March 13 and April 24, and Tuesday, May 20, 2014. 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. Bring your own dairy lunch. Light refreshments provided. Co-sponsored with the Program Department. Free for Sinai Temple members and Sisterhood members; $20 per session for non-members. Register online at www.sinaitemple.org or contact Rebeka Small, Program Director at (310) 481-3243 or rsmall@sinaitemple.org.


Sisterhood Dairy Kitchen
We offer extended dairy Kiddush luncheons with delicious food, beautiful presentation and a warm and personal touch for any simcha.
Call Jina Rezvanpour at (310) 991-2509 to book your next event.

SISTERHOOD OFFERS GIFT CARDS FOR SELECTED MARKETS.
Contact Lea Loewinger at (310) 559-6451 to place your order.

Sisterhood Judaica Shop
We offer a discerning collection of Judaica items for sale.
Beautiful Kiddush cups and candlesticks, Passover plates, Hanukkah menorahs, tallitot and kippot, mezzuzot, and many gift items.

For an appointment, call Frances Katz, Manager (310) 481-3290 or
Lorraine Joffe at (310) 890-4802


Sisterhood Judaica Shop

 

 
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