top of page

Women of Temple Beth Torah

Upcoming_Events.jpg

WTBT 2023 EVENTS

Ladies - WTBT invites you to kick off 2023 with an informal, in-person-only event where we'll enjoy some potluck and sip wine while we socialize! LET'S MINGLE - on Sunday 2/12/23 at 3:00pm in the TBT Social Hall. 

Please bring either your favorite appetizer or dessert, and your favorite bottle of wine or other non-alcoholic beverage to share, and let's catch up and mingle! Coffee and tea will be provided by WTBT.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP BY FRIDAY, 2/10.

 

CAVEAT: Due to the recent rise of Covid-19 cases in Alameda County once again, the structure of this event (i.e. the eating and socializing plans) MAY change. This will depend on CDC and TBT guidelines as we get closer to the event. We will reach out to everyone who RSVPs with any changes on Friday, 2/10, but if you don't hear from us the event will proceed as planned.   

 

Questions? Email events@bethtorah-fremont.org.

The following is a schedule of additional meetings and events planned for 2023. Details will be updated periodically, so please keep checking back! 

2023 Event Schedule

  • WTBT Shabbat Service

    • Fri, 2/24/23

  • ​​Brunch n' Shmooze

    • Sun, 3/12/23​

  • Women's Passover Seder​

    • Sun, 3/26/23​

2022-2023 Remaining Rosh Chodesh Schedule

  • 7:00pm at TBT

    • Mon, 1/23/23

    • Mon, 2/20/23

    • Mon, 4/24/23

    • Mon, 5/22/23

    • Mon, 6/19/23

thumbnail.jpg

CLICK HERE TO JOIN WTBT OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP FOR 2022-2023!

This link only collects your registration details, but membership payment must be a separate transaction. You can either pay in the office by check or cash, by mail, or online via Paypal (IF you have an account) to womentbt@gmail.comFor general information about WTBT, please email womentbt@gmail.com

Join with the Women of TBT to meet and socialize with your fellow TBT women to laugh, to learn and to make an impact in our world.

Our mission statement: “Women of Temple Beth Torah, an affiliate of Temple Beth Torah, is a community of multi generational women dedicated to family, synagogue, and community. We strive to promote education, spirituality and socialization for our members and the community.”

WTBT provides support for:

  • Temple Youth: Holiday gifts, Bar/Bat Mitzvah gifts, camp scholarships, Hanukkah Fair.

  • Community Outreach: Meal preparation at local homeless shelter.

  • Community Enhancements: WTBT gift shop, maintenance of temple kitchen equipment and supplies, co-operation with other temple committees and groups in various programs and activities, Rosh Hashanah oneg.

  • Education and Spirituality: Rosh Chodesh group, Sisterhood Shabbat.

WTBT 2022-2023 Board Officers:

President – Judy Waltz

Secretary – Monique Bradley

Treasurer – Edith Caplan

VP Membership – Jenn Heater

VP Programming – Cheryl Cohen

VP Ways and Means - Stephanie Kubina

Immediate Past President - Cheryl Cohen

WTBT 2022-2023 Committees:

Gift Shop – OPEN

Education – Cindy Monroe

Community Support - Susan Amouroux 

Community Support - Karen Bresler

Community Support - Janice Fonteno

Kitchen – Arlynn Peavey

Friendship – Marla Zarrow

Historian – OPEN

MarComm – Martha Garcia

2022-2023 Event Chairs:

Spirituality – Cheryl Cohen

Hamantaschen Baking - OPEN

High Holiday Greeting - Leslie Strauss

bottom of page