Sisterhood women learn to make matzah at our Sederai program.Throughout the year Sisterhood’s presence in the synagogue is highly visible. Our annual membership dinner in the Fall is highlighted by a vendors’ boutique. In the Spring, Sisterhood’s biggest fundraising event of the year has proven to be one of our most enjoyable events. We have had fashion shows, basket dinners, and, most recently, a Bagels, Baskets and Bingo event. In addition, we have programs focusing on the Jewish holidays as well as a successful art auction, guest lectures and a Rosh Chodesh group. This year we are bringing Mah Jongg to the synagogue with regularly scheduled, on-going games. Plans are underway for a book club and the publishing of a Sisterhood Cook Book. Proceeds from Sisterhood fundraisers enable us to purchase many requested and needed items for our synagogue, religious and nursery schools, and youth group. And, our social action arm is sponsoring several local needy families in our community with gifts at the holidays.

Every Shabbat morning Sisterhood board members take on the responsibility of setting up our Kiddush. Our prized Sisterhood Gift Shop affords our community the convenience of shopping locally for Judaic items.

In addition, Sisterhood publishes Kol Nasheem, (voice of the women) a quarterly newsletter for all our members. Our heimish group of Sisterhood women enjoy the camaraderie, friendship and company of one another.

The Sisterhood Board meets once a month, usually on the second Tuesday of the month. Sisterhood President Beth Rosenfeld welcomes you to contact her regarding membership, programs and any questions you may have at or (631) 928-3737.

We invite and encourage you to join Sisterhood.
Yearly Dues: $36; Seniors: $25