Sisterhood

Mission

The mission of Sisterhood shall be to foster and further the highest ideals of Judaism as expressed through Congregation Beth Chaim, to promote closer fellowship among its members, and in cooperation with Congregation Beth Chaim, to provide religious, social and educational activities.

Examples of Sisterhood Programming
 

  • Sisterhood Membership Brunch 

  • Arts & Crafts Workshops

  • Museum Trips

  • Israeli Dancing 

  • Theater Trips

  • Jewelry Making 

  • Guest Speakers 

  • Sewing Workshops

  • Potlucks with Recipe Exchanges 

  • Sisterhood Led Services 

  • Yoga

  • Movie Nights 

  • Defensive Driving Courses

  • Painting Projects
  • Krav Maga (Israeli Self Defense)

Become part of the Sisterhood

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Sisterhood Board Meetings

Board meetings are held once a month on Wednesdays (unless otherwise noted) and begin at 7:00 pm.

2020

July 15
August 19
September 16
October 21
November 18
December 16

2021

January 20
February 17
March 17
April 21
May 12

Philanthropy in our Community 

  • College Scholarship

  • Knitting for a Cause

  • Mother’s Day toiletry donations project

 

Fundraising

Sisterhood donates profits from these two events to programming and, also, directly back to the Temple.

  • Purim Baskets Fundraiser

  • New Year’s Card Fundraiser

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This Year's Programs

Our Leadership

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DIY Macramé Virtual Workshop

Sunday, December 6  | 2:00 – 4:00pm on Zoom

Nationally known, Macramé Artist, Kenyatta Forbes walks us through how to make a plant hanger from start to finish by learning basic knots and pattern design. You will complete one plant hanger but learn the skills to continue with your macramé journey, if you so choose.

No experience required of any kind!

Email your RSVP to Judy Loeb By November 20

Zoom Yoga

Thursday, January 7
Please join Sisterhood and start the New Year with a Zoom Yoga practice guided by Ruth Gatling founder of YOUnify Yoga.
No cost

Virtual Author Talk

Thursday, January 21
Virtual Author Talk with Michelle Cameron on her new novel, Beyond the Ghetto Gates. Sisterhood has a limited number of signed books available for purchase at a cost of $15 (Amazon is charging $17).

Please contact Liz to purchase a copy. 

The in-person AARP Defensive Driving class scheduled for January 31 has been CANCELED. For those looking to renew their certificate for the insurance discount, please complete the course online. You do not have to be a member of AARP to take the class.

Mindy Lipman, President
Cindy Bright, Past President
Ellen Chajson, Past President Emeritus
Mindy Rubin, Secretary
Joyce Kalstein, Treasurer
Janet Greenman, VP Membership/Member Outreach
Suzanne Lind, VP Membership/Member Outreach
Liz Hughes, VP Programming
Judy Loeb, VP Programming
Holly Singer, VP Programming 
Donna Sher, Parliamentarian
Ilene Janofsky, New Year's/Purim Coordinator
Elissa Makarowitz, New Year's/Purim Coordinator
Cheryl Wexler, New Year's/Purim Coordinator
Adria Sherman, Gift Coordinator
Hope Simon, Yarmulke Sales
Caryl Parker, Communications Coordinator
Sylvia Parab, Mothers’ Day gift bags
Cindy Bright, Gift Shop Trustee
Joyce Kalstein, Gift Shop Trustee
Fran Lichtenstein, Gift Shop Trustee
Lori Bailin, Trustee

Helene Molter, Trustee
Mindy Shedler, Trustee

 

329 Village Road East l Princeton Junction, NJ 08550 l ​Tel: 609-799-9401 l ​Fax: 609-799-9249

office@bethchaim.org EIN 23-7129982

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