Please note: All events listed below are for Sisterhood members only unless otherwise mentioned.
6 pm – Wine and Cheese Reception
6:30 pm Shabbat Service
This special Oneg and Shabbat Service honors ALL Veterans! The Jewish War Veterans color guard will be leading the flag ceremony.
Please contact Elise Donosky, EDonosky@templeshalomdallas.org to add a Veteran to the program.
Sisterhood Social Justice Meeting- Shalom Bayit and Beyond!
Thursday November 14th 7:00pm-9:00pm
At the home of Gwynne Waldorf
1502 Mossy Glen Court, Garland, Texas 75040
(Near Firewheel Pkwy & George Bush Pkwy. in Garland)
Please join us for our next Social Justice Committee meeting on Thursday evening November 14th. Our focus continues to be Family Violence, but we would like to move beyond into possibly Reproductive Justice and Gun Violence Prevention.
- Shabbat scheduled for January 26th titled, “Shamor L’Amour- Infusing the Spirit of Shabbat Into Healthy Relationships.”
- Community outreach with organizations that work with family violence.
- A Reproductive Justice speaker program.
- A program with our Next Dor teens focusing on dating and healthy relationships. breaking the family violence cycle, we’d like to put together an event next spring for our Temple Shalom teens who are part of Next Dor 2.0.
Rosh Chodesh and Potluck Dinner
Thursday, November 21, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Jewish Family Services, 5402 Arapaho Road, Dallas, TX 75248
Come participate in an “Inclusion Experience” to spread awareness, understanding and compassion about what it is like to have a special need. Lorraine Friedman and Brenda Bliss will lead our program.
Pot Luck Dinner
A – H Appetizers
I – P Salads
Q – Z Dessert or fruit
RSVP to Lonna Rae Silverman, email@example.com
Sisterhood Gourmet Lunch
Friday, November 22, noon till 2 pm
Mi Cocina (Lakeside Market in Plano)
RSVP to Linda Widman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sisterhood/Brotherhood Coffee Break Book Club
Saturday, December 7, 1:45 – 3:00 pm
Lenora and Jerry Levin’s home
Our next book is My Mother’s Son: A novel by David Hirshberg. This fascinating novel is a coming-of-age story that takes place in post-World War II Boston. The story plays out against the backdrop of the Korean War, the aftermath of the Holocaust, the polio epidemic, the relocation of a baseball team, and the shenanigans of politicians and businessmen. Come join us for a great conversation about this novel.
RSVP to Ilene Zidow, email@example.com
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