Sisterhood serves the congregation, supports the religious school and our youth, and provides educational and social programming for its members. It is open to all women who support the Women’s League mission, and we welcome non-Jewish spouses/partners. We strive to provide programming that serves the needs of our diverse members. We have a study session with the Rabbi every Wednesday at 10 am. Recent programs have included the Kiddush lunch during the gala celebration and a panel discussion on Jewish parenting. Upcoming events are listed below and are open to all.
Sisterhood also raises funds to support these programs and the congregation. Two ongoing fundraisers are the Judaica Shop and the yearly Nearly New Sale. We hope both are useful to you.
Torah Fund Brunch
Sunday, November 10, 2013 at 11:00 am
At the home of:
3416 Upperline St.
New Orleans, LA 70125
Please join us for a Delicious Brunch and The Musical Styling’s of David Kaplinsky
Call or email Judy Roth by November 7th at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-330-8884 .
Your donation of $18 is made payable to Torah Fund and is payable at the door. If you have purchased a Torah Fund pin this year, thank you! Please come as our guest!
Panel Discussion on Testing
From nursery school to graduate school, everybody is taking tests. This is your chance to ask questions and receive answers about testing: preschool, kindergarten, gifted and talented, intelligence, ADHD, SATs, ACTs and Autistic Spectrum Disorders. What are the tests like? What do the results mean? How do schools evaluate the results?
Monday, November 18th at 7:00 pm at Shir Chadash
Mark A. Sands, M.D., Director of Psychiatry, Mercy Family Center
Mollie Alarcon, Ed.D., Pediatric Neurology, Ochsner Children’s Health Center
Lynn Parker-Malik, Ph.D., Psychologist
Barbara Perez, Ph.D., Child Psychologist, Mercy Family Center
Mindy Rothstein, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Program Supervisor, Autism Spectrum Therapies
Everyone in the community is invited.