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STRONGER TOGETHER - Temple Israel Sisterhood

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To join or renew your membership, go to the Membership page.
To update your contact information, fill out a Google Form.

 

The Heart of Our Temple:
We serve our Temple Israel family and support our community with our collective presence,

voice and strength. 

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Sisterhood members

 

Sisterhood is the organization of the women of our congregation who come together for fellowship and friendship, for programs to benefit the community, for social activities and for the personal growth of each individual woman.

Sisterhood welcomes you for your leadership, energy and a desire to get involved. If you're not already a member, please join by visiting the Membership page.

Sisterhood board meetings are open to all sisterhood members and all are welcome and encouraged to attend. Our meeting dates and times are shown on Temple's calendar. Members can see our meeting minutes here.


You can support Sisterhood activities without becoming a member.
Consider a tax-deductible donation to the Temple Israel Sisterhood.

You can write a check to the Temple Israel Sisterhood and mail it to (or it drop off at) the Temple Israel office. To donate by credit card online, click this button:

Your generous gift is very much appreciated.


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Sisterhood

Sisterhood is the place where women can meet and work together for the congregation and develop projects in which they are interested and wish to be involved.

Sisterhood is grateful for members' leadership, energy and desire to work and get involved. There is room for everyone whether you work or stay at home, whether you are in your 20’s or 70’s, whether you have a little or a lot of spare time.

Sisterhood welcomes new members. There are many ways to get involved. Board meetings are usually held every other month, and all Sisterhood members are welcome to attend.

Sisterhood Works on Behalf of the Congregation:

• Sponsors and Hosts annual Hannukah and Purim dinners and Rosh Hashanah luncheon
• Organizes Babysitting for the High Holidays
• Hosts Sisterhood Shabbat
• Maintains and Runs the the only Judaica Gift Shop in the greater Akron area
• Provides Shiva Assistance
• Equips and Maintains the Temple Kitchen
• Provides Gifts for Confirmands and B’nai Mitzvah
• Sends Care Packages to College Students
• Donates to the Religious School
• Purchases Items for the Temple (as the needs arise).

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