Semiannual meetings of the Sisterhood with a special speaker and luncheon. Opening Meeting and Luncheon is held in October; Closing Meeting and Luncheon is held in May.
Holiday Boutique and Silent Auction
Held in the fall, the boutique offers unique vendors for jewelry, toys, clothes, accessories, books, ceramics and much more. Silent auction items could include gift certificates for restuarants, spa days, local shopping, and sports events. Funds raised support Sisterhood programs benefitting the congregation. INFO: Carol J. Caplan, email@example.com or 410-764-1587, ext. 270. Click here to download the current flyer.
The Interfaith Institute is long-standing annual tradition hosted at BHC. Members of various faiths gather to explore a compelling topic of mutual interest, hear the views of dynamic guest speakers and panelists, and engage in dialogue. Invite a friend and come for a day-long program that will provide much food for thought.
The Interfaith program is supported in part by the Bernice S. Kramer Memorial Fund, the Alice Hecht Memorial Fund and by a Men of Reform Judaism (MRJ) Congregational Interfaith Grant, made possible by funding from the Jewish Chatauqua Society, MRJ's interfaith education project. INFO: Carol J. Caplan, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-764-1587, ext. 270.
Sisterhood offers multiple opportunities to study with clergy, noted members of the community and with each other.
Triple Treat Thursdays
Meet and greet at 10 AM, then study with BHC clergy, Director of Education and lay leaders at 10:30 AM. You may order lunch at your expense or bring your own (no pork or shellfish). Afternoon programs begin at 1 PM. Everyone is welcome to attend all or part of the sessions. There is no charge except for some special trips. Note, if Baltimore County schools are closed or delayed, we will not meet that day. Click here to download the current flyer with class and program details. INFO: Harriet Meier, email@example.com or 410-833-8822.
Sisterhood volunteers are a valuable resource in keeping all of our programs productive. Do you have a special interest or talent, or do you want to connect with other Jewish women with similar interests? You can volunteer on a regular basis, for a specific project or on an "as needed" basis. We look forward to working with you. To volunteer click here, to download the volunteer form.
Together we build personal friendships, create a strong relationship with clergy, bond with our congregation and explore our heritage. Each member pays $50 in dues per year. INFO: Marni Plovan, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-795-2881 or Barbara Sindler, email@example.com.