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Sisterhood is one of the vital arms of the Synagogue. As a Sisterhood member, you can lend your unique voice and talents to the exquisite mosaic of women in our community.

Sisterhood offers a variety of educational, cultural, ritual, and social programs which enrich our mind and spirit. We contribute to local non-profit organizations and stand firmly behind our beloved homeland of Israel.

Our steadfast financial commitment helps to support the operations of EBJC.

Here are some of our upcoming programs:

  • Paid-Up Sisterhood Membership Dinner

                In person dinner with musical accompaniment

                Date: Thursday, Nov 3

                Time: 6:00 pm

  • Quarterly Sisterhood Book Club

                Book: Einstein and the Rabbi – Naomi Levy

                Date: Thursday, Dec 1

                Time: 7:00-8:00 pm

  • “The Ritchie Boys” - Joint zoom program with Men’s Club

    The Ritchie Boys were German and Austrian Jews who immigrated to the US before Hitler’s rise to power. Fluent in both German and English, these men volunteered for the Army and were trained at Camp Ritchie (Md) in counter- intelligence and interrogation techniques.

    Date: Thursday, Nov 17

    Time: 8:30 pm

  • Joint Book and Author Event with Beth Or Sisterhood AT BETH OR

                Book: The Convention of Wives – Debra Green

    Date: Sunday, Jan 15, 2023

                Time: 10:00 am

  • Winter 2023 Mini Education Series led by Rabbi Pivo

    Topic: Women of the Megillot

    Dates:  Jan 19, Feb 9, March 23 (all Thursdays)

    Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Ongoing Activities & Sisterhood Contacts

  • Sisterhood Kiddush join a fun-loving group to prepare for weekly kiddush on Friday mornings– contact Liz Salston – 732-390-0064 or 732-718-6311 or for more information
  • The Sisterhood Judaica Shop is your source for beautiful giftware, books, candles, head coverings, children’s items and more.  If you see an item online,  contact our Judaica Shop managers and they will assist you in your purchase.  
    • Browse the beautiful collection of gifts, home furnishings and Judaica for all occasions online.   
    • If you do not see what you are looking for, our managers will get it for you.
    • Contact Cindy Rollman 908-812-6713 or Caroline Steinberg 732-735-6641
  • Gift cards is an effortless way to help the Sisterhood raise funds by purchasing gifts for ShopRite, ACME, The Bridge (in Highland Park) and more. We all have to grocery shop during the Pandemic, and you are going to spend the money there ANYWAY!!!   What could be easier?
    • Contact the EBJC Office  732-257-7070
  • Bimah Baskets – for any Simcha…A beautiful basket with food items will be placed on the Bimah prior to Shabbat. A card will let your guests know that a donation has been made in honor of the Bar/Bat Mitzvah child. You can also order a Bimah Basket for ANY occasion you would like!
    • Contact Cindy Rollman 908-812-6713
  • JNF Trees – to purchase trees-Contact: Diana Horowitz 732-390-9058
  • Cards, Tributes & Tree of Life - Contact: Bernice Bellows-732-254-4103; Beth Belzer 732-238-7925
  • Torah Fund – Contact Anne Kroll – 732-735-1616
  • EBJC Sisterhood Past Presidents for any of your questions or needs:



Fri, December 2 2022 8 Kislev 5783