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Sisterhood Events

Chai Mitzvah for BST women is here.

The next Chai Mitzvah meeting is 

October 17 at 7:30 PM in the social hall.
The October topic is Adult Rites of Passage.

Contact bstsisterhood@gmail.com for more information.

Sisterhood Meetings
All are on Sunday at 12:30 PM in the social hall.
Next Meeting - September 17, 2017

Yoga

Yoga class resumes every Sunday that Religious School is in session. Sundays, 10:15 AM to 11:15 AM. Bring your own yoga mat or towel. Meet in the Memorial Garden or indoors, depending on the weather.



High Holy Days

The High Holy Days will soon be here. Sisterhood will be sending out a beautiful NEW YEAR CARD to all BST members. By August 10th, please complete the order form (click here for the order form) to include your name on the card. We also welcome your contribution to the HIGH HOLIDAY FLOWER FUND to help decorate the Bimah with fresh flowers. Email sisterhood@bstva.org for more information.

Wish your family and friends a Sweet and Happy New Year with a bottle of Rosh Hashanah Honey. Your gift supports BST Sisterhood. $11.50 per 8 oz. bottle includes free shipping in the U.S. and your personal message. Click here to order online and enter code bst5778 to receive the discount. Contact Maeve Sell at sisterhood@bstva.org for more information.

Stop distracted driving

BST Sisterhood joins Women of Reform Judaism

in the Campaign to Stop Distracted Driving

In 2015, Women of Reform Judaism voted to condemn distracted driving. Eliminating distracted driving starts with you. Make the commitment to drive phone-free today. Distracted driving kills and injures thousands of people each year. 

Take the pledge: I pledge not to text or use a hand-held cell phone while driving, and to limit hands-free phone conversations only to instances of absolute necessity.

Distraction also includes eating and drinking, grooming, and adjusting a radio or CD player. Please exercise caution when engaging in these activities while driving.

Click here for our informational flyer.

Why Sisterhood?

Beth Sholom's Sisterhood has a long and vibrant history. From the moment it began it has been instrumental in the many mitzvahs provided by the synagogue and has supplied the Jewish women of Fredericksburg with a safe, healthy community in which to socialize, speak freely, and grow in their faith. BST's Sisterhood is currently undergoing a renaissance and there is no better time to join and get involved! From helping with the children of BST, to teaching, to providing valuable programs to the congregation as a whole, Sisterhood is a worthwhile and welcoming home for any woman, and our membership's background is just as diverse as that of BST.

Check out BST's Sisterhood. You are sure to find a home!

Sisterhood Board members

 

President - Natalie Wright 

Executive VP - Maeve Sell bstsisterhood@gmail.com

Treasurer - Ella Wolford

Recording Secretary - Maude Brossoie

Corresponding Secretary - Rita Haas

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