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Women's Network

The Women's Network is an arm of our synagogue whose mission is to enhance the lives of our members and in so doing, strengthen ourselves, our families, our synagogue and our community.  Together we can enrich our lives as Jewish women.

We are in the International Northeast Region of Women's League for Conservative Judaism, which comprises western New York, Ontario, and Quebec areas.  Women's League unites Conservative synagogue women's organizations into a body whose aim is the perpetuation of Conservative Judaism.  Women's League is the voice of Conservative Judaism throughout the world.

We present educational and stimulating programs that are relevant to Jewish women.  We convey the religious teachings and values of Judaism.  We encourage the performance of mitzvot and Jewish observance in the home. 

We participate in the development, strengthening and maintenance of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in Los Angeles and Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem through contributions to the Torah Fund campaign.  Our Women's Network will send Torah Fund cards for all life cycle events acknowledging your support in honor of or in memory of family, friends and acquaintances. 

Each year scholarships are awarded by Women's Network to the youth of our congregation and we give gifts to our B'nai Mitzvah students.

We provide Judaica and Israeli products to our members and the community through our Judaica/Gift Shop.

We maintain and upgrade the kitchen facility and throughout the years, Women's Network has funded various events in our synagogue and has donated to the Federation's security fund.  We also support community events

We are such a vital part of our synagogue and we depend upon every member for support.  Our mailings will keep you informed of scheduled events and activities.  Whether or not you choose to become involved, your annual dues will enable us to continue our work.

Please join us!

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