Women's Programs

Rosh Chodesh Circle

The Rosh Chodesh Circle is a women's group that celebrates the New Moon by meeting as close to Rosh Chodesh as possible (the head of the Jewish month).  It is traditional for women to get together on Rosh Chodesh, welcome in the new month, and limit their labor tasks in honor of the day.
Our circle will usually light a candle for the month, make kiddush over the new month, have a seudah (meal), read some tekinnes (ancient women's prayers), and study.

Check the events calendar on www.makormiriam.org for dates and times and plan ahead for Rosh Chodesh.  This day is a beautiful day for women to rejoice in the cycle of the moon and the passing of Jewish time.  Come and be a part - this day is for you!
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Makor Miriam - The Beit HaShofar Sisterhood

An all women's group dedicated to learning, bonding, and growing in Torah and in Jewish life. Come be a part and participate in meaningful discussions, tzedakah and mitzvah opportunities, and spiritual growth. This group is led by the rebbetzin.

Look at the front page calendar for events and times and also check our Makor Miriam's website at www.makormiriam.org.

Our dues help support our Bikur Cholim committee and other tzedakah opportunites within our shul, as well as Jewish Women International and the greater Jewish community.

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Ayni

A book group solely for women

 

altAyni is for you if you enjoy reading on a regular basis, have an interest in topics and issues in Judaism, and are interested in interpersonal growth through analysis and discussion of various books.  Ayni members will be up to date on books and able to participate so that evening meetings will be thought provoking and fulfilling.

If you are interested in joining Ayni, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for information or go to www.makormiriam.org and look under the menu item "Wellsprings/Event/Ayni and click on the Ayni Booklist for 5772.  This will show you all our reads for the year. Our book meeting dates are shown as well.

"Ayni" - means "read" or "study."
This word in Hebrew is an imperative for the feminine "you."

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