Sisterhood welcomes congregants and their friends – women and men – to our open meetings. This month Rabbi David Minkus will teach about the Conservative Movement's Halachic/legal process in his presentation, "Tradition and Change: A Story of Legal Innovation in the Conservative Movement."
Van Bistrow, (cello), Daniel Golden (viola), and Elaine B. Smith (piano) present an all-Beethoven program:
Program to be announced: Sisterhood's annual Dawn Rubin Torah Study Institute.
There is no charge for the morning program, and guests are welcome.
Reservation and $36 advance payment are required for the closing luncheon, which follows at noon.