Sisterhood is a multi-generational women's group, over 500 members strong, with diverse interests, offering opportunities for learning, spiritual growth and volunteerism, while providing service to Har Zion, the Conservative Movement, and the community.
Spiritual and Intellectual Growth
- Adult Education Classes
Tuesday morning classes on various topics.
- Women's Rosh Hodesh Study Group
Monthly meetings to discuss topics related to the holidays and themes of each month.
- Business and Professional Network
Geared towards the needs of business and professional women committed to a Jewish life for themselves and their families.
- Z'havah Young Women's Group
Geared towards women in their 20's to 40's, this group offers evening programs, trips, cooking classes and book clubs.
- Theater and Cultural Trips
Service to the Synagogue
- Landau Gift Shop
satisfy your gift-giving needs with discounted prices, beautiful gift wrap and exceptional service. Fully stocked Judaica, wine, gift packages, jewelry and designer serving pieces waiting for you.
- Annual Sisterhood Shabbat Weekend
- Weekly Kiddush and Flowers for Shabbat
- Floral Fund Cards
beautifully designed cards suitable for honor and memorial.
- Annual Craft Show
- Bikkur Holim Committee
conveying messages of goodwill and speedy recovery to members of the congregation.
- Mitzvah Committee
providing service in homes of shivah when requested.
- Support for Confirmation Class Trip to Israel
- Support for HSA and PTA
- College Outreach Program
sending out holiday packages five times a year to help our youth maintain their connection to Har Zion Temple and their Jewish identity.
- Gifts to Bar and Bat Mitzvot, Confirmants, Midrasha Graduates, Brides and New Parents
- Decorating the Maurice Kendall Sukkah
transforming the Sukkah into a wonderful representation of this harvest holiday celebration.
- Paid-Up Membership Luncheon
- Torah Fund Luncheon
raising funds for The Jewish Theological Seminary and honoring a Sisterhood member who has made significant contributions to the group and the community.
- General Membership Meetings
- Sisterhood Shabbat
conducting Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat morning services. The entire congregation is invited for a festive Shabbat dinner and for an Extended Kiddush following services.
- Sisterhood Adult Education
inviting the community to their Adult Education classes that take place at on Tuesday mornings throughout the year.
- Sisterhood Rosh Hodesh Group
integrating Judaism into women's spiritual, personal, professional and community lives. Meetings are held in participants' homes at the time of the new moon which begins each Hebrew month. Discussion related to the holidays and themes of each month are led by group members. Warm, interactive and challenging.