Sisterhood promotes the welfare of the Congregation, enriches the family, educational and civic life of the community, supports our religious school and assists the financial and spiritual goals of the Congregation. We are affiliated with the Central Great Lakes Region of the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism. Sisterhood also operates the beautiful Maurer-Mishkin-Ornstein Gallery of Judaica which features a rich variety of Judaic items.
100 Year QuiltReserve your square
Sisterhood is creating a quilt to celebrate the amazing milestone of 100 years of Sisterhood of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck! There will be 100 squares, and you can purchase one or more squares to personalize.
Cost: $100 for one square; $175 for two; $250 for three; and $325 for four
Specifications: Message can be maximum of 4 lines and 16 words to fit in a 5"x5" square. Messages have to be approved by Sisterhood.
Searching for Justice
Third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
Explore social justice issues through both a secular lens and a Jewish lens. Contact Rabbi Jenni at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the links to join and to read the article we will be discussing. This program is sponsored by Sisterhood, and all are welcome!
Sisterhood creates Passover desserts, round and braided challah, kosher chicken, apple cake, and much more. There are opportunities throughout the year to help bake in the kitchen.
Parent/Toddler Havurah is a special gathering for young families, sponsored by Sisterhood. Join us for songs and crafts. We welcome all families with children age one through pre-kindergarten. This group helps parents and children experience Judaism and Jewish life celebrations together. It’s also a great way to meet other young Jewish families. Parent/Toddler Havurah meets Sunday mornings approximately once a month. Call the synagogue office at (317) 253-3441 for more information.
Sisterhood's Torah Fund supports institutions of higher learning, including the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem. Each year, Torah Fund Benefactors are recognized and thanked at the Torah Fund Event. The event is free and open to the public.
Another way to donate is to send Torah Fund cards. You can learn whom to contact for Torah Fund cards by calling the synagogue office at (317) 253-3441.
Sisterhood's Mitzvah Corps helps those who are ill or homebound through organizing, preparing, and delivering meals and assisting with transportation.
and much more!
This is a small sampling of Sisterhood's activities. Sisterhood also has a Tu B'Shevat Seder, Sisterhood Shabbat, welcomes new synagogue members, sends care packages to college students, and many other activities. Call the Gallery of Judaica at (317) 475-1705 to find out how to get involved!