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Sisterhood/Women of Reform Judaism


The mission of the Sisterhood of Monroe Temple of Liberal Judaism, an affiliate of WRJ, is to provide all women within our Jewish community opportunities that encourage friendship, education and spirituality.

We aspire to achieve these goals through a variety of programs, social action endeavors, charitable contributions, service to our temple, and service to Jewish and humanitarian causes.


The Sisterhood of Monroe Temple consists of a dynamic group of women actively involved in enterprises that enrich the congregation and the community.  Throughout the year, Sisterhood creates programs to connect socially, spiritually, and charitably. It provides an opportunity for every woman to become a more involved member of the community in a setting where she can form lasting friendships. Sisterhood welcomes your participation and support.

Events include: Book Chat, Movie Nights, Rosh Chodesh, Annual membership brunch, Trivia Nights, Mah Jong and more!


As the collective voice and strength of Women of Reform Judaism, our WRJ membership fee furthers the causes of: the Jewish Braille Institute; the YES Fund for Youth, Education, Special Projects; the National Federation of Temple Youth; the World Union for Progressive Judaism; and the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion.

New members to the congregation are offered a one-year free membership as they connect with other women within the temple community. 

We’re missing just one person…..that’s YOU!



Looking for that special occasion gift? Not sure what to give?

What about a gift certificate? HOURS: Call us for information.

Do you have a few hours a month to help in the shop?

Volunteers are welcome. Call the office for information or visit

our Judaica Shop website.


If you are not already a member of Sisterhood – we invite you to join!

If you would like to join us, please 

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  • Personal growth

  • Jewish involvement

  • Feeling of community

  • Strengthening one’s faith and learning its precepts

  • Establishing and maintaining a meaningful Jewish lifestyle

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