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Mount Laurel NJ 08054
856.608.1200
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Fiesta May 17


In loving memory of Dolores “Dee” Federman, Sisterhood has established the Dee Federman Memorial Fund. Donations may be made by check, payable to Sisterhood of AdathEmanu-El, or by credit card using the following link, http://squareup.com/store/sisterhood-membership

Dee has been a long time member and board member of Sisterhood. Her passing will leave a major void in Sisterhood and in our hearts.Our thoughts and prayers are with the Federman family.  May her memory be a source of comfort to those who knew and loved her.

 


It's time to renew!

 A new year of Sisterhood has begun! We are planning a year full of fun activities, interesting programs, and inspiring fellowship. Your membership dues enables us to provide monthly programs/events and allows Sisterhood to provide support to our beloved Adath Emanu-El and it's congregants. This year we have two easy ways for you to join...


If you'd like to pay online by credit card...CLICK HERE!


If you'd like to pay by check....CLICK HERE!

DON'T MISS OUT! RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP TODAY!


Sisterhood of Adath Emanu-El 2017 Programs & Events

(Dates subject to change)

March 24, April 7 & 9 – Passover Wine Sale

March 31 to April 2: Retreat

4/22/17 –  Tour of the Reading Terminal

5/4/17 Dining for Dollars at Mod Pizza

5/12/17 – Sisterhood Shabbat

5/14/17 – Sisterhood Flower Sale

5/23/17 – Girl’s night out w/vendors

7/30/17 – Rummage Sale

Sisterhood Board Meetings 1st Tuesday of every month at 7:30 PM

Joining Sisterhood is a great way to get involved, meet people, and help the Temple and the community. Sisterhood's purpose is to provide caring for ourselves, support for our families and our congregation, and the wider community. We are planning many new activities this year for all to enjoy! 

Who wants to do a mitzvah?
Sisterhood is looking for volunteers to help conduct Shabbat services for the residents of Brightview Independent/Assisted Living in Marlton.  Services begin at 9:30 AM are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month. If you like to read, sing, play an instrument, or just want to pass around the challah, we would love for you to join us. To volunteer, please contact Sunny Butchin.

Sisterhood is looking for people who would be willing to assist our congregants during their time of need.  Too often when a loved one passes a family does not have that extra person to stay behind to assist with setting up Shivas.  We are looking for volunteers who are available during the day and would like to assist on an as needs basis. Contact  Rosalie Mittelman if you can help!


It is an honor and privilege to present the

Sisterhood of Adath Emanu-El

Board for 2016-2018

President:  Diane McKeen

Administrative VP: Eileen Chmielinski

Membership VP: Lori Wolfson

Religious VP: Julie Sattinger

Fundraising VP: Karen Adelstein

Social Action VP: Karen Federman-Ellner

Program VP: Renae Luboff-Godfrey

Financial Secretary: Helen Grimm

Recording Secretary: Sue Goldberg

Corresponding Secretary: Dee Federman

Treasurer: Judy Marcus

Communications: Stefanie Richardson

Membership Retention: Fran Green

Visiting the Seniors: Sunny Butchin

Bikor Cholim: Cheryl Sperber

Gift Shop: Marci Gitler

Historian: Nancy Lewis

Hospitality: Janice Bate

Honor and Memory: Lori Gold

Youth Coordinator: Robin Shaffer

Members at Large: Cheryl Aboloff & Susan Bennett-Kaplan

Advisor: Laura Goldberg

 

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Sisterhood Membership

Download a copy of the Sisterhood Membership Application

 

Mission Statement

The mission of Sisterhood is to bring Jewish women together to support and benefit the congregation and community by providing opportunities for friendship, service, spiritual growth and learning. The ongoing goal is to promote the highest ideals of women in Judaism through a program of religious commitment, education, social action and service to humanitarian causes.