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AboutSisterhood Retreat 2014

Cherish the Past, Challenge the Future

Sisterhood — committed to each other, to our faith, to our community and to our future

Sisterhood’s Mission

  • Support Baltimore Hebrew Congregation and its affiliated schools.
  • Enrich the Jewish life of Sisterhood women.
  • Increase awareness of Jewish and community concerns and provide opportunities for Sisterhood members to become involved.
  • Perpetuate Reform Judaism.

We work toward these goals with our charitable giving and our programs that provide opportunities for spiritual, social and intellectual growth.

Social Action

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, mathmjg@aol.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, mathmjg@aol.com or 443-857-9619.

Judaica Shop

BHC's Judaica Shop  has been sponsored by Sisterhood for over 75 years. Beautiful pieces of Judaica, ritual objects, books, jewelry, and Mah Jongg cards are available. Uniongrams, WRJ Cards and "A Taste of Tradition: BHC Sisterhood's Cookbook" can also be purchased.


Tuesdays: 4:30-8:30 PM
Thursdays: 11 AM-1 PM
Sundays: 9 AM-12:30 PM
INFO: Manager, Paula Cohen, 410-292-4439 or Business Manager, Ann Fishkin, 410-382-7140

Days and times are subject to change based on building schedule.
For an appointment contact Paula Cohen.


Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations of Maryland

"The Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations of Maryland is an umbrella group of non-profit organizations and sisterhoods committed to leadership training, support of the Jewish community and advocacy of issues of major concern." INFO: jewishwomensfed.org

Women of Reform Judaism

"Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) strengthens the voice of women worldwide and empowers them to create caring communities, nurture congregations, cultivate personal and spiritual growth, and advocate for and promote progressive Jewish values." INFO: wrj.org.

Women of Reform Judaism Mid-Atlantic District

The mission of the Mid-Atlantic District of the Women of Reform Judaism is to support the ideals and enhance the quality of Jewish living, thus ensuring the future of Progressive Judaism. We are stronger together. INFO: wrjmidatlantic.org.

National Council of Jewish Women, Baltimore Section, Inc.

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms." INFO, Baltimore Section: 3723 Old Court Rd, Suite 205, Baltimore, MD 21208. President, Ferne Rogow, 410-902-7012 or ncjw.org.



Susan Strutt, swstruttdyzyn@gmail.com or 410-236-6177


Suzanne Crone, dwcrone3@comcast.net or 410-484-2240

Service to the Congregation

Harriet Meier, hlmeier@gmail.com or 410-833-8822


Marnie Plovan, marnie.plovan@gmail.com or 410-795-2881


Debbie Shpritz, dshpritz@gmail.com or 410-363-6280

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