Ahavath Achim’s Sisterhood is a dynamic organization of women of all ages with diverse experiences, talents, and interests within our synagogue, community, and the Jewish world.
Your Sisterhood membership will nurture:
- Year-Round Programming: Latte and Learn, Naomi’s Book Club, Rosh Chodesh Discussion Group, Mah Jongg, cultural outings to plays, museums, and more
- Congregational Enrichment: Rosh Hashanah apples and honey, Worship in Pink Shabbat for breast cancer awareness, Sisterhood Shabbat, and synagogue beautification
- AA Youth: Religious school support, gifts for consecration, B’nai Mitzvah, 7th grade graduation, and confirmation; scholarships for Jewish camps, programs, and Israel study; and holiday packages for college students
- Community Outreach: Rebecca’s Tent – Shearith Israel, Zaban Paradies Center, William Breman Jewish Home, JF&CS (Jewish Family and Career Services), and active role in the AAACTS (Awareness and Action to Abolish Child Trafficking for Sex) Commitee
Every woman counts for Sisterhood to grow and thrive. Basic membership dues are $45, but we encourage you to join at a Chai-er level. Your generous dues and donations are vital for Sisterhood to continue to offer programs and projects that strengthen and sustain our Jewish values.
Questions? Contact our Membership Co-Chairs:
Z’havah is the young women’s initiative of the AA Sisterhood that offers programs and activities for those who are looking to share common interests. We celebrate and explore our Jewish identities through a series of programs that focus on fun, education, and social action.
Slate of Officers 2020 – 2021:
Co-Presidents – Allison Feldman and Rachael Joseph
VP of Programming – Sheri Panovka
VP of Fundraising – Jennifer Rosenfeld
VP of Giving – Avital Cohen
VPs of Membership – Rina Wolfe and Amanda Hirsch
Financial Secretaries – Patsy Little, Nicole Saidman, and Gabby Spatt
Treasurer – Laura Nelson
Corresponding Secretaries – Janet Kupshik and Vickie Reisman
Z’havah Co-Presidents – Aurelie Weinstein and Stephenie Cattonar
Parliamentarians – Debra Elovich and Judy Marx