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Sisterhood Membership

Our Sisterhood is a place to come together in friendship and a home for spirituality, growth, and connection. It also provides opportunities to make meaningful contributions to our congregation, our local community, and national and international causes that matter to us as Reform Jews. 

Membership in our Temple Adat Shalom Sisterhood is open to all members of Temple Adat Shalom or any other Jewish congregation. CLICK HERE to sign up online!

Special Interest Groups and Events

You must login to see details about our upcoming events. You will need your email address and password. If you do not have a login, please call the Temple office (858.451.1200)

If you who want opportunities to connect, learn, socialize, and have fun, you belong in our Sisterhood! In addition to our monthly meetings, we offer Special Interest Groups including Book Club, Mah Jongg, Cooking, Movies, Pickleball, Crafting, and more! CLICK HERE to view and/or sign up. Our annual Women's Seder and Sisterhood Shabbat provide opportunities to engage and participate in holiday observance and worship from a distinctly feminine point of view. Our brunches, dinners, and wine-and-cheese gatherings provide opportunities to simply get together and enjoy the warmth and friendship of true Sisterhood. If you would like to receive our bi-monthly newsletter, the Happenings, please email us to be added to the distribution list.

Buy your 2023 Mah Jongg Card through Sisterhood now! Cards cost $14/15 from the National MJ League and $5 goes to SisterhoodEmail or call  Debbie Savitzky, 858-451-2228 for more information.Click here for the order form.


Supporting Our Community

If you who want to make a difference, you belong in our Sisterhood! From raising funds and sponsoring programs to support our own Temple Adat Shalom Early Childhood Center and Mosad Shalom Religious School, to supporting our local women's shelter and soup kitchen, to providing scholarships for every rabbinic student, as well as many future cantors and educators who attend HUC-JIR, to supporting religious pluralism in Israel through the World Union for Progressive Judaism, our members engage in meaningful acts of Tikkun Olam (Healing the World).

For information about our local Mitzvah Projects and how you can help, click here.

Gift Shop

Conveniently located in our Temple Office, our Gift Shop has a fabulous selection of holiday and Judaica items and gifts. You can support our Sisterhood by volunteering or shopping in our Gift Shop. To learn more, email Lauren at

Please login to view details about our upcoming events. You will need your email address and password. If you do not have a login, please call the Temple office (858.451.1200)

Fri, December 2 2022 8 Kislev 5783