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WLC/Sisterhood

Who Are We?

As a collective presence, voice and strength of the women of Temple Israel of the City of New York, the Women’s Leadership Council’s mission is to bring the women of Temple Israel together in friendship for personal growth through social activities, study, prayer and worship and acts of loving kindness. The Women’s Leadership Council supports Temple Israel, its community and promotes the ideals of Reform Judaism.

Why Participate?

Membership in WLC is a great way to deepen your connections to other temple members — and to Judaism. Participation will give you the opportunity to become a part of a dynamic, energetic and caring community of women of all ages, and provide an outlet for your creativity, talent, and leadership potential. And most importantly, have fun!

Join Us Today!

Join a vibrant group of women and experience the unique bond of sisterhood. Our goal is 100% support from the women in our congregation. Whether you have plenty of time or very little, your dues donation is vital to the WLC’s efforts and contributions to Temple Israel.

Join the Women’s Leadership Council (Sisterhood) here

Upcoming Programs & Events...

•Tuesday, September 17, 10:30 am
Museum Of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust; 36 Battery Place.
Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. This is the most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the history of Auschwitz and its role in the Holocaust ever presented in North America. This groundbreaking exhibition brings together more than 700 original objects and 400 photographs from over 20 institutions and museums around the world. Join Cantor Altshul. A Gallery Educator will lead the tour. Fee is $20. Maximum of 20 people. Followed by an optional lunch at a nearby restaurant. Order from the menu and pay your own bill. RSVP HERE

•September 18, 7:00 pm at Temple Israel.
FALL BOOK CLUB: “Infidel: A Life” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. This coming-of-age memoir reflects extremist Islamist views—unlike more moderate Muslim communities around the world. It depicts how the author’s beliefs, iron will, and determination led her to become an admired champion of free speech and a fighter against injustice. Facilitated by Nancy Raphael with a special guest who will discuss extremist Muslim views. RSVP HERE

Wed, August 21 2019 20 Av 5779