The mission of the Temple Sinai Women of Reform Judaism shall be to enrich and strengthen the spiritual, cultural and social life of TWSRJ members, and to promote the education and welfare of the congregation and social justice for all.
TSWRJ plans activites throughout the year to further our mission. View the list here.
Temple Sinai Women of Reform Judaism plays a vital role in fostering the well-being of the Temple Sinai community. In doing so, TSWRJ depends on the critical support of volunteers to assure the success of its undertakings. To read about volunteering opportunities that assure the success of TSWRJ activities, please click here.
Pre-talk reception at 7 PM - Program begins at 7:30 PMWashington Hebrew Congregation3935 Macomb Street NW
Anat Hoffman will discuss the most recent developments on segregation and exclusion of women in Israel as a result of increased demands for more modesty in the public sphere in order to adjust to religious standards. The exclusion of women "for God's sake" has become a litmus test for the infiltration of ultra-Orthodox norms into state definitions of religious requirements in the public sphere and exclusion and looks at the remaining challenges in this area.Hoffman is one of Israel's leading human rights activists working toward gender, religious, racial and ethnic equality. View the program flyer HERE.
Please RSVP . This event sponsored by Washington Hebrew Congregation with additional support from the Temple Sinai WRJ and Israel Affairs Committee.
Join us for a Shabbat Service followed by a panel presentation and small-group discussions with lunch. RESERVATION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, MARCH 21. Payment must be received by Tuesday, March 21 - this will serve as your reservation. $20 per person for all attendees, which includes coffee and snacks before the event and a complimentary lunch. RESERVE ON LINE
You can avoid an online service charge by mailing a check for $20.00, payable to TSWRJ, to ANITA GREENWALD, 6507 Landon Lane, Bethesda, MD 20817. All checks MUST be received by Tuesday, March 21. ALL ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER.
Please note your sandwich choice on the memo line of your check: corned beef, turkey, tuna salad, or vegetarian.
TSWRJ's tzedakah project for this event is a a food collection for the Capital Area Food Bank. Please bring nutritious canned or boxed food to the Authors’ Roundtable.
Anyone who walks into the social hall on Wednesday nights at 7:30 can see how much fun we are having. On some nights we have four tables of four women, most of whom have never played before. We are learning from each other and the sense of community has been strengthened—some Maj members have joined the TSWRJ board and have become involved in other programs sponsored by TSWRJ. We welcome anyone who is interested in playing or learning how to play. Come join us! Check the calendar for any schedule changes.
Robin Glantz, Co-President email@example.com (202) 438-3616
Ilana Gordon, Co-President firstname.lastname@example.org (301) 652-7973
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Sunday: 10 AM-2 PM Tuesday: 6 PM-8 PM
*Regular hours only when Religious School is in session. Please contact Meg Seldin for an appointment outside regular hours.
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5:30 PM Prozdor (appetizers)6:00 PM Tot Shabbat Service6:45 PM Particiapatory Dinner8:00 PM Shabbat Service followedby an Oneg Shabbat
9:15 AM Torah Study10:30 AM Kehillat Shabbat & Kiddush Luncheon10:30 AM Shabbat Service -B'nai Mitzvah of Elana Spectorand Alexander Spiegel