Hungry Girl is coming to
Sisterhood’s Membership Meeting & Fundraiser!
September 12th at Temple Beth-El
6:00 PM meet & greet with Lisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) for paid up Sisterhood members only
7:00 program with Q and A for general audience
Dessert reception and booksigning for all after program
A cookbook is included in the price of ticket
Door prizes for Hungry Girl stuff!
Goodie bags from Hungry Girl
$25 for paid-up Sisterhood members (includes cookbook and meet & greet)
$36 for non-Sisterhood members (includes cookbook)
Register and pay online at tinyurl.com/tbe-HungryGirl
No computer access or need assistance? Contact Dollie Closna at 210-733-9135, ext. 126
Not a Sisterhood member? Join today! You won’t want to miss this!
RSVP today so we can order cookbooks (seriously, the event is soon!)
It's time to order honey!
We have begun taking orders for Sisterhood's "Health, Happiness & Honey for a Sweet New Year!"
Order online or download an order form to fill out and return.
Pricing this year starts at only $13.50 per bottle (includes shipping within continental US). Volume discounts are available with 15 or more orders.
Erev Rosh Hashanah is September 20th. Orders must be received by August 20th.
Instead of cards this year… send honey! Erev Rosh Hashanah is September 20! This year, send 100% pure and raw HONEY to your friends and family for a unique “Sweet New Year” greeting the “Texas” way.
Temple Beth-El Sisterhood offers you a sweet way to send Rosh Hashanah greetings to friends and family. We will send a festively wrapped, 8 oz. jar of 100% pure and raw locally produced Texas honey along with a personalized New Year’s greeting and an explanation of the significance of the tradition for only $13.50 a bottle (includes shipping within continental US).
We chose locally harvested raw Texas wildflower honey from Round Rock Honey.
What is “raw” honey? Raw honey is honey that has not been heated, pasteurized or processed in any way. Naturally Kosher (not certified), raw honey contains the vitamins, enzymes, antioxidants, pollen and floral essences that make it such a wonderfully healing and healthy food — scrumptious, too!
Feel free to contact Robin Kressbach should you have any questions.
The Big Push for Sisterhood Membership is on!
Please help us make our goal of 300 Sisterhood members for 2017-2018! Your membership is vital to all the important work Sisterhood does throughout the year. Click here to join!
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Sip N Schmooze
First Wednesday Sip & Smooze
Come join us for Happy Hour and enjoy great drinks & appetizer's and good company! Please RSVP by on Facebook or at [email protected]. Thanks!
The home-made cookies, bars, cakes, and other sweets you have provided are greatly appreciated. When possible, unless otherwise requested, we try to acknowledge our bakers in the Temple Bulletin. If your name is inadvertently omitted, please let us know.
Recipes and ingredients will be provided when we get together to cook. Please call Iris Lieberman at 210-699-8661 or email to let her know you would like to help, give her your name so that she can call you when dates are scheduled.
Some people like to bake, but prefer to do so at home. If you have a couple of dozen pieces to spare or a whole batch to share, contact Iris, and she will make arrangements to gather the goodies.
Shabbat Candles and the Oneg Fund
If you would like the honor of lighting candles on a Friday night at the Shabbat service, please sign up below. or contact Cheryl Levinson.
If you would like to make a donation to the Sisterhood Oneg Fund, please mail a check payable to Temple Beth-El Sisterhood, 211 Belknap Place, San Antonio, TX 78212 or call Dolie at 733-9135, ext. 126.
Can you knit or crochet a shawl, blanket, baby cap, or ?? to be distributed by the Caring Committee? Would you like to learn to crochet a kipa? For more information, contact Ruth.
Sisterhood Judaica Shop: New Merchandise
From serving pieces to nail decals, the holidays are covered. For last minute gifts, hours on Friday are by appointment this week.
Do you have one morning or one afternoon a month or a week to help at the Temple? Sharon Teich, the shop Chair, needs volunteers on Sundays between 9:00 am and 12:30 pm; Wednesday late afternoons, and every Friday from 5:00 to 6:15 pm.
Training will be provided. No computer knowledge or use is necessary.
Sisterhood: A Centennial History of Women of Reform Judaism