Har Sinai Sisterhood embodies the heart and soul of our Temple. Through the bonds of “sisterhood,” we bring women together as a core to strengthen our Jewish identity. At this time, our primary goal is to generate a strong and spiritual community where you feel welcomed, empowered, and connected to our Temple, to women in our Sisterhood, and to Judaism.
Our events and purposes are multifold. We support the activities and goals of the Temple and the Jewish people, as we develop spiritually, intellectually, culturally, and socially. Most of all, we have fun as we learn and grow together!
During our “Red Tents on Baldpate Mountain,” we celebrate Shabbat on a mountain top. At our “Rosh Chodesh” events, we discuss books and Torah, and enjoy cultural activities. Through our yearly “Retreats” and “Women’s Seders,” we renew and rejoice together. Plus, through fundraising and social action activities, we support and give back to our community.
Join us, as we connect, celebrate, worship, and party together!
Sisterhood Book Club
All Sisterhood members are welcome to join our Book Club. Every other month we choose a title of a book with a meaningful Jewish culture, heritage, or religious theme and join together over Zoom for a lively discussion that leave us all feeling informed, entertained, enlightened and united as part of our Sisterhood community of readers.
Please join us for the next Book Review & Discussion on Tuesday, June 28th at 7:15 p.m. on Zoom.
(The Zoom link will be sent close to 6/28.)
Please Join Har Sinai’s Sisterhood for Our Next Book Review & Discussion of “Woman On Fire,” a novel by Lisa Barr.
The discussion will be on Zoom, and it will be led by Jill Schwartz.
This New York Times bestseller is a gripping tale of a young, ambitious journalist embroiled in an international art scandal centered around a Nazi-looted masterpiece, forcing the ultimate showdown between passion & possession, lovers & liars, and history & truth.
Recent Books Discussed & Recommended
“People Love Dead Jews: Reports from a Haunted Past” by Dara Horn.
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem by Sarit Yishai-Levi (translated by Anthony Berris)
We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter