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Sisters of Beth Am

sistersbaTemple Beth Am’s WRJ (Women of Reform Judaism) chapter is a diverse group of women whose purpose is to create a supportive community by providing opportunities for building friendships and developing leadership skills. We nurture, sustain, and support this community and Temple Beth Am through social activities that promote the values of Reform Judaism, enable us to perform tikkun olam, and expand the spiritual and intellectual growth of our members. Our goals are:

  • Establish a community of women that is inclusive, non-judgmental, and supportive of a diverse range of women
  • Engage in a variety of regular social activities to promote friendships and build community
  • Foster leadership development among the women of our congregation

When you join Sisters of Beth Am, you become part of a national and international network of 100,000 women in 14 countries who work to create a stronger worldwide Jewish community. You also become a partner in the work of Reform Judaism and its institutions (including the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and ARZA), an advocate of women's and children's rights, and a supporter of endangered Jewish communities. You take a stand on critical domestic and international issues.

Learn more about the national Women of Reform Judaism

 

Upcoming Events:


Sisters of Beth Am at the Seattle Jewish Film Festival
Tuesday, March 28, 8:40 - 11:01 PM
SIFF Cinema Uptown
Temple Beth Am is proud to be a community partner for this year's Seattle Jewish Film Festival. The Sisters of Beth Am have 10 complimentary tickets for the screening of The Women's Balcony

Email Alexis Kort if you would like a ticket. For a full listing of festival films and to purchase tickets, click here.

 

Torah & Tea with Rabbi Ruth A. Zlotnick
Sunday, April 23, 12:30 – 2:00 PM
TBA Social Hall
The Sisters of Beth Am are honored to host a seasonal light lunch with tea, a text study and discussion lead by Rabbi Ruth A. Zlotnick, and an opportunity to connect with women at TBA through study and conversation.

This event is free and open to everyone. RSVPs appreciated by Thursday, April 20 to rsvp@templebetham.org.

 

 

Volunteer Opportunities:

Join the Sisters of Beth Am Leadership Team
If you want to meet other amazing, involved Jewish women; help us plan a yearly calendar of events; and just have some fun, then the Sisters of Beth Am wants you! Contact Rebecca Fox or Karen Appel for more information on how to get involved.

Join our mailing list to keep updated on ongoing Sisters of Beth Am events.

Membership is only $18 per year!
For more information about membership, contact our
Director of Community Engagement, Alexis Kortat 206-525-0915.