Join us for an evening of games - mah jongg, bridge, canasta, etc. Snacks are provided and this event is free to members and $5 for guests.
A learning session will be provided for those wanting to learn mah jongg.
Sisterhood welcomes all new members with a special morning to learn how to cook like your Bubbie did or wished she did! Featuring chopped liver, kugel, matzo ball soup, potato latkes and applesauce as well as black and white cookies.
A portion of the proceeds will go to Mazon.
RSVP by October 24.
Questions, contact Cathy Kessler.
The Soup Kitchen was started more than 20 years ago to provide a hot meal on Sunday afternoons to the homeless and hungry of Memphis. Prior to our Soup Kitchen, there was no organization that offered such a service on Sunday. First Presbyterian Church provides the facilities and the leadership while volunteers from churches throughout the Mid-South assist in the weekly food service.
On Sunday, November 5, members from Sisterhood and Brotherhood will volunteer to staff the soup kitchen. We need approximately 18 people to volunteer at least age 10 and up to staff the kitchen and a few for the clothes closet.
Items that are in need: Men's pants sizes 32-38, underwear and socks for men and women and long sleeve shirts. Please no summer or children's clothes.
Join the Faith Club, a group of women interested in inter-faith dialogue between Muslims, Sisterhood and our sister congregation in Shoham, Israel at this exciting book surfing event. Our theme will be family and we will Skype with our Jewish and Muslim sisters in Shoham. Light appetizers and beverages will be provided. RSVP here by November 5 and indicate if you would like to share a reading (poem or short text.) Questions? Contact Sheila Hahn.
Rosh Chodesh marks the beginning of each month as determined by the appearance of the new moon. Though all Jews traditionally observed this day, it is celebrated as a holiday for women whose origins go back to the Talmud.
Sisterhood has a Rosh Chodesh group that meets monthly at 7pm in the Adult Lounge. Each meeting is run by a different member or pair of members and the program is entirely up to them. Responsibility for a month is NOT required to attend and be part of this group but most people find they want to share something which is important to them. For more information, please contact Susan Stein @firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for an evening with Maestro Michael Stern as he interviews pianist, Orion Weiss, who will also play a few short piano pieces. A dessert reception will follow.
Pictured below: Orion Weiss
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