Temple Shalom Sisterhood

We are the Sisters of Shalom.
Working together for Sisterhood, Spirituality, and Social Good.

The mission of Temple Shalom Sisterhood is to inspire the women of Temple Shalom Dallas to build enduring relationships with Torah, Reform Judaism, and each other through education, service, and support to the Temple and broader community.  

Sisterhood is a great place to cultivate new friendships while enjoying study, worship, advocacy, and social events. Your participation provides assistance to our Temple, our youth, and the community.

Have a question? Email one of our Sisterhood Co-Presidents:  Laney Arndt at laney229@gmail.com or Robyn Klein at whatsup290@yahoo.com

Go to Sisterhood’s Upcoming Events to see what we’re up to! 

Do you belong to Sisterhood?
Come Rock With Us! Together We Can Move Mountains!

Click here to go to our membership registration page 

Questions? Contact Sisterhood Vice President of Membership Jody Pearson at jopear@sbcglobal.net or Sisterhood Treasurer Reesa Portnoy at rportnoy@swbell.net.


Sisterhood-led Shabbat

On Friday, August 5th, Temple Shalom’s Shabbat service was led entirely by women and it was awesome. With the musical aid of Mandy Monreal and Cantorial student Hallie Weiner, sisterhood members wrote and orchestrated the beautiful and spiritual service.  The evening concluded with a dance around the chapel to Miriam’s song. A huge thank you to Laurel Fisher for writing our beautiful service, Barbara Guskin and Brenda Butnick for organizing the event, and to all of the Sisterhood members who participated on the bema or in the audience. Sisterhood is only great because of all of you!


Shalom Bayit (Social Action Programming)

Jewish law includes within it a blueprint for a just and ethical society, where everyone gives to one another, helps one another, and protects one another.

Voter Clip Art Free

Sisterhood’s Social Action Committee, Shalom Bayit, has adopted Voter’s Rights as this year’s platform. Now is the time you can advocate for protecting all people’s essential right to vote.  

Here is some important information about voting by mail.  Please share with family and friends.

Election Day – Tuesday, November 8, 2022

  • Deadline to register to vote – Tuesday, October 11, 2022
  • Deadline to send your request to receive a vote by mail application – Friday, October 28, 2022
  • Deadline for your vote by mail ballot to be received by the county elections clerk – 7pm on Election Day

Don’t wait that long!

To get involved in Shalom Bayit or for more information, contact Robyn Carafiol at RCarafiol@robinsonclay.com  

Temple Shalom Sisterhood Executive Board

To find a Sisterhood Board member click here: Sisterhood Board 2021-23

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