Cherish the Past, Challenge the Future
We, the women of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation,
Believe strongly in the core Jewish values of caring, giving and learning. With
Hard work, friendship and compassion, we strive to support each other, our
Congregational family, our community and Reform Judaism.
Women of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (Women of BHC) We, the Women of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, have a long history of service to our synagogue, the Jewish community here and abroad and people in need wherever they may be. Founded in 1890 as The Ladies Auxiliary of the Madison Avenue Temple, renamed Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Sisterhood in 1913, now known as the Women of BHC, we welcome women of any age, ethnicity, or synagogue affiliation to join us in social, educational and outreach activities that enhance our connections to one another, to the congregation and to the worldwide Jewish community.
Our annual dues and other fundraisers have paid for the “quiet room” in the Sanctuary, maintenance of the synagogue kitchen, decoration of the synagogue sukkah, involvement in support of our schools and students, donations to ongoing and emergency causes, and membership and participation in the activities of other organizations that serve the larger community.
While some of our activities moved to a virtual presentation during the Covid-19 pandemic — most notably our sponsorship of Wednesday afternoon programming via Zoom — our committees have worked toward resumption of such events as our historic Interfaith Institute, Holiday Boutique and Shred Event, plus luncheons, lectures and other activities aimed at personal and social growth.
For a more detailed list of what membership can mean to you, refer to ……… or reach out to our membership chair,………………………………………………or our president, Helene Waranch………………………………………..
Coming soon: Names and Contact Information (email only)
Casseroles for Our Daily Bread
Casseroles of BBQ chicken are delivered monthly to our Daily Bread. To download the recipe, click here. Aluminum pans for the casseroles can be picked up at the Temple Office. Casseroles should be put in the Sisterhood freezer in the kitchen. Be sure to label the casseroles with your name and the contents. Use the labels outside the freezer to label the casserole with the date. Also put your name in the notebook outside the freezer. INFO: Chair, Marcia Gampel, email@example.com or 443-857-9619.
Cell Phones for CHANA
CHANA will clear and refurbish the phones. A drop-off box is located in the Temple Office. INFO: Chair, Marcia Gampel, firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-857-9619.