SISTERHOOD (Women of Reform Judaism)
FJC Sisterhood is an affiliate of Women of Reform Judaism. We are an organization of women in the Upper and Mid Cape Cod area who come together for Jewish fellowship dedicated to family, synagogue, and community. We work within the Falmouth Jewish Congregation’s religious, educational, and social programming to expand our knowledge and commitment to Judaism in our lives and in our greater community. We support the ideals, and enhance the quality of, Jewish living to ensure the future of progressive Judaism in North America, Israel and around the world
OUR ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
* Annual Donor Luncheon
* Annual Chanukah Party
* Annual Educational Scholarship Award
* B’nei Mitzvah gifts for all congregational students
* Break the Fast for Yom Kippur
* Card parties and dinners
* Caring and Shiva Committees
* Donation Cards to commemorate or honor significant life events
* Educational and informative programming
* Judaica Gift Shop
* Monthly Book Club, Rosh Chodesh, and Women’s Issues Meetings
* Paid-Up Membership Luncheon or Dinner
* Purim Baskets for ill, home-bound, and nursing home residents
* Sunday Social movies of Jewish content
* CONNECTION AND FRIENDSHIP WITH OTHER JEWISH WOMEN*
*OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPIRITUAL FULFILLMENT*
*OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE BOTH SYNAGOGUE AND COMMUNITY*
Rachel Smith (508-477-3431) – President
The Brotherhood of the Falmouth Jewish Congregation is committed to the observance and furtherance of the ideals of Judaism consistent with the policies of the Congregation, to promote closer fellowship among the Brotherhood members, to support the activities of the Congregation; to be mentors for religious, social, educational, and recreational endeavors, and to support the Temple in any other way that we can.
Any adult male who is committed to our objectives, and who will support the Jewish community locally and throughout the world, is eligible for membership . Our Dues at the present time are $30.00 per year.
To get to know us , you are invited to attend any one of our breakfasts. Breakfasts are generally scheduled every two months; the date and time is announced in the Temple Newsletter. In addition to substantial and delicious food, there may be speakers on local topics, current events, or Jewish interests or movies to inform or entertain. Also, some of our members get together once a week for card games, but other kinds of games can be arranged. We also support local charitable and socially-conscious organizations, the b’nei mitzvah of the Congregation, and our members participate in minyanim for shiva services.
Click on the links below to access a descriptive Brotherhood brochure as well as a membership application. Both documents can be downloaded for printing.