Women of Temple Beth Torah
Monday, 1/27/20 at 7:00pm - Please join WTBT in the Social hall for Rosh Chodesh as we gather together for study, schmoozing and snacking to welcome the new Jewish month Shvat.
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For general information about WTBT, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WTBT 2019-2020 Board Officers:
President – Cheryl Cohen
Secretary – Monique Bradley
Treasurer / Immediate Past President – Edith Caplan
VP Membership – Judy Waltz and Renay Gaye
VP Programming – Terri Gladish
VP Ways and Means - Arlynn Peavey
Women have always played important roles in the history and heritage of the Jewish people. Sustaining, leading, and perpetuating from one generation to the next, L’dor v’dor. Women of Temple Beth Torah invites you to join us in this journey of spirituality, community, mitzvot and tikkun olam.
We began as the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Torah in 1964, and have been contributing to both the temple and the general community ever since. Through our affiliation with Women Of Reform Judaism we help ensure the future of Progressive Judaism through rabbinic scholarships, support of our youth programs and special projects throughout the world.
WTBT’s mission statement affirms: “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.
Join with the Women of Temple Beth Torah to meet and socialize with your fellow TBT women to laugh, to learn and to make an impact in our world.