Sisterhood will present a Brunch and Book Conversation on Sunday, February 21 at 9:45 am. Judy Anthony will lead an interactive conversation about the book “Lady in Gold.” The book and movie, “Woman in Gold,” tell the remarkable, true story of Marie Altmann’s journey to reclaim her heritage and see justice for her family 60 years after they fled Vienna.
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth El will welcome well-known artist Mordechai Rosenstein for an Artist in Residence weekend from March 17 to 20. Since 1979, this talented artist has been creating Jewish art for homes, synagogues and organizations, using vibrant colors and flowing lines that transform the art of Hebrew calligraphy into magnificent modern day art.
Please join Sisterhood on Sunday, January 31 as we welcome Evalina Dombrowski, Executive Director of the Clare House, who will speak about the agency’s mission and needs. The Clare House serves homeless women and children in a caring environment by providing life skills training and support to help these individuals become more self -sufficient.
Our guest speaker will share how members of Temple Beth El can partner with the Clare House to help meet the needs of the women and children who receive their services.
The program will follow brunch which begins at 9:45 am.
The traditional tribal-based peoples living in remote areas of the Sub-Saharan African bush are some of the best-preserved cultures from ancient times on earth today.
Dr. Ken Firestone will highlight connections and distinctions between the African bush peoples and the ancient Israelites during his presentation on Sunday, January 17 at 2 pm.