Who We Are: The Sisterhood of WJC is a community of women committed to the enrichment of Jewish life by providing spiritual, educational and social programs, and by offering financial support to vital synagogue activities. Membership is open to all women in our community.
What We Do: Sisterhood reaches into all aspects of synagogue life from social events, such as our annual opening dinner to leading an annual Shabbat service to visits to local points of interest. Sisterhood also supports speakers and other events and programs at WJC that are open to the entire community. Most of our funds are raised through annual dues and fundraising projects.
- Culinary workshop with the Challah Fairy
- Sisterhood Book Club
- Sukkah decorating at WJC!
- Sisterhood Shabbat Family Dinner
- Mah Jongg night for beginner and experienced players
- New York City Art Tour
Click here for a calendar of events.
Other programs include:
- Presentations by special guest speakers
- Day trips to local points of interest
- B’nei Mitzvah Mazel Tovs
- Rosh Hashanah Honey Jar Sale
- Opening and Closing Events
- Sisterhood Prayer Book Fund**
- Judaica Gift Shop
- Sisterhood Tree of Life
WJC Sisterhood is for all of us...women of any age, who work part time, full time or not at all. We have a responsibility to our community and want to fulfill this by continuing to expand our membership. Sisterhood helps to create friendships while helping our synagogue, and we have fun doing it!
To join as a WJC member or Nursery School parent, please send your $36 check to WJC Sisterhood at the synagogue office or, non-members may join WJC Sisterhood for only $48 per year. This means your mothers, sisters and friends can join with you too! Your dues help us to support special programs and initiatives at the synagague. If you have any questions, please contact Raelin Kantor at [email protected] or Ileen Greenberg at [email protected].
Sisterhood Prayer Book Fund: Sisterhood recently purchased 250 new siddurim to replaced damaged ones. For $36 you can place a personalized bookplate in one of our new siddurim. Contact Cheryl Natbony at [email protected].