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Sisterhood GHC 2022-2023

SEE WHAT’S UP WITH TODAY’S SISTERHOOD!

SISTERHOOD GHC offers you:

UPlifting friendships, fun and festivities for Women of ALL ages!
 - Enlightening and exciting UPcoming 2022-2023 events, usually on a monthly basis
 - Inspiring and informative programs and speakers to keep you UP-to-date on timely topics

Check the Weekly GHC News or the GHC Calendar at www.ghcny.org to stay UP-to-date on all Sisterhood activities!

To Join UP:
Fill out the form online by clicking Sisterhood Membership Form

OR
download membership form

Please write your $50 check payable to: SISTERHOOD GHC.
Mail to GHC or place the check (in an envelope) in the aluminum lock box near the Main Office at GHC. You can instead pay by credit card, online by going to the GHC Home page (www.ghcny.org), Donations & Payments, then choose Donations, then Sisterhood Dues.

For more information about Sisterhood, contact Sisterhood President Allyn Salpeter at:  .

Stand UP with the Women of GHC and join us for Fun, Friends, and Festivities! 
 

Events & ACtivities

Brunches and Events

Enjoy knowledgeable, insightful speakers and creative programming in a fun, casual environment. Sisterhood sponsors speakers who are professionals and authors of interest, and offers workshops and hands-on, learning opportunities. Buffet brunch or refreshments are served. Every event is open to everyone and most events are free of charge.

Women-Led Sisterhood Shabbat

Women of GHC lead a Shabbat morning service, held around Mother's Day, followed by a Festive Kiddush honoring our Woman of the Year.

Mah Jongg CARDS

Mah Jongg cards are available from Sisterhood for $14 Regular Print card or $15/Large Print card. GHC benefits with the sale of the cards. Order for yourself and friends. Please contact Iris at Mahjonggcard@ghcny.org to order. The 2023 Card sale has begun and orders are due by January 20, 2023. Click HERE to order your Mah Jongg Card(s)!

Shalach Manot (Purim Gift Bags)

Everyone enjoys Sisterhood's Purim gift bags! Sisterhood prepares and distributes Purim gift bags to local members of the GHC family. Purim greeting cards are sent to those who live out of town.

Embroidered Tallit (Prayer Shawl)

Our skilled volunteers will hand embroider your child’s or grandchild’s name onto a beautiful tallit to be used for the children's blessing at Simchat Torah and other special celebrations.

Shiva Meals

Sisterhood provides a Shiva meal and arranges for its delivery to GHC member families mourning in the local area. If you would like to help deliver meals, please let us know!

Judaica Shop

The Sisterhood Gift Shop carries a full line of beautiful ceremonial and gift items. There are many items in stock and items can also be ordered. Contact: shop@ghcny.org for more info. Shop GHC for all of your Judaic needs!

Cookbook

“Kosher on the Hudson,” a cookbook of more than 300 pages and 450 recipes, is available through the Sisterhood Gift Shop. Please contact: shop@ghcny.org to purchase a copy for $18.

Sanctuary Flowers and Break the Fast

Sisterhood provides sanctuary flower arrangements for all major holidays & festivals throughout the year. A “Break the Fast” snack is served after Yom Kippur. High Holy Day Greetings are sent to everyone in the GHC Family. What a sweet way to start the New Year!

Bar and Bat Mitzvah Celebrations

Sisterhood honors each Bar and Bat Mitzvah with the presentation of a personally inscribed siddur (prayerbook).

Financial Support for GHC

Sisterhood annually pledges funds to support Greenburgh Hebrew Center. In addition, money is given to support the Religious School, the Early Childhood Center and as the need arises, other special projects. These funds come from the many projects Sisterhood undertakes during the year. Your support is critical to the success of our fundraising!

GHC Campus Connection

Sisterhood generously subsidizes the cost of the holiday packages that are mailed to GHC college and graduate students.

Torah Fund

The Torah Fund Campaign is Sisterhood’s financial commitment to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. An artist-designed benefactor’s pin is presented to each woman whose minimum contribution is $180.

Women’s League For Conservative Judaism

Sisterhood GHC has been affiliated with Women’s League for over 65 years. Membership in WLCJ is included in Sisterhood dues. Founded in 1918 by Mathilde Schecter as the Jewish Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, WLCJ provides services to affiliated Sisterhoods in Conservative synagogues around the world. The goal of WLCJ is to educate and to perpetuate Judaism in the home, the synagogue and the community. Women's League sponsors fascinating events and online classes that GHCers always enjoy!

Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783