Sisterhood is a link in a chain that starts right here and stretches back through many generations of Judaism to countless other women who have come together out of strength, need and love.
Come enjoy chocolate, camaraderie, and a familiar service with a new twist!
Today’s plagues may not include frogs or boils, but there are many difficult issues confronting women around the world today. Over chocolate matzah, charoset, bittersweet chips, and more, the interactive Chocolate Seder will mix the traditional Haggadah with discussion of topics that impact us all.
All women bat mitzvah age and above are welcome to join in this special celebration
Thursday, March 23, 2017 – 7:00 PM
CALLING ALL sisterhood members with a spine -
It’s time for battle!
On February 12th
Your Temple’s Brothers are sponsoring a whirly ball party
from 9:30 am to 11:30 at Whirly Ball in Lombard.
We need you and would be honored to have you join us in our battle for the ages!
We would like the bards to sing for years to come.
Please join Congregation Etz Chaim’s Brotherhood and Sisterhood and their families for Shabbat dinner on Friday, January 13th at 6:30.
There is no cost for members of Brotherhood and Sisterhood and their families. Please let us know if you require a special meal due to allergies or other issues.
A Shabbat service led by members of the Brotherhood and Sisterhood will follow at 8:15.
On Friday, October 28th we were honored to welcome over 130 Women who were attending the Midwest Region’s Women of Reform Judaism Conference to Shabbat Services. If you missed this wonderful service, you can watch it now by clicking here.
Drink a little wine. Paint a lovely picture and have fun!
Cost is $18.
If you have any questions please, contact Ilyssa DeMare at 630-421-2616 or [email protected]
Order your Mah Jongg Cards through Sisterhood!
Felice Dorsay, Etz Chaim member and seasoned professional shopper at Nordstrom, will talk about current fashion trends. What should I wear? What shouldn’t I wear?
After her talk, we will have a jewelry swap at 12:30 pm!
What’s a jewelry swap, you ask? Bring in three to six pieces of jewelry that you no longer use. Then we’ll take turns either picking a piece of jewelry from the selections or “steal” from another person. We held this event about six years ago, and everyone had a great time.