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Sisterhood

Our Sisterhood is a strong, dynamic group of Jewish women who choose to be actively involved, to enrich our lives, our congregation, and our community. We offer a wide variety of social and educational programs, inclusive of the diverse interests of our members. Sisterhood helps to create lasting friendships, reaches out to those in need, and provides opportunities to become more connected as Jewish women.

We gauge our success by looking at the sense of camaraderie, learning, and goodwill created by our programs and opportunities. Each member has the ability to make an impact, and we encourage each other to be actively engaged.

Being affiliated with Sisterhood gives our members a sense of identity and offers another way to nurture the spiritual growth and financial well being of our Synagogue, and we have fun doing it!

We invite all women in our congregation to join us, share your ideas and add to the strength of our connection to Judaism. It's never too late to get involved!

Thanks to all the wonderful ladies of B'nai Aviv for their dedication to the success of our many programs. Just a small sample of some of the things we do.

  • Informational speakers on a wide range of topics of interest to women.
  • Sponsoring and planning of the yearly Progressive Dinner.
  • International Mahjongg League (with proceeds going to B'nai Aviv)
  • Assembling and distributing Purim baskets for all members.
  • The Pesach recipe exchange (and tasting).
  • Luncheon and other programs supporting Torah Fund - which helps strengthen  Jewish education by providing scholarships for Rabbis in training.
  • Group outings to to see movies, museums, and visiting speakers.
  • Baking for Onegs and Holiday events of the synagogue.
  • Sisterhood Shabbat: One weekend each year is reserved exclusively for our women to plan and participate in Shabbat services.

We encourage all B'nai Aviv women to join Sisterhood and help support and

strengthen our Synagogue. 

Check us out here Sisterhood Facebook

 

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