Women’s League @ 100

Right Makes Rite

Posted on January 3, 2017

by Lisa Kogen, Women’s League Director of Education and Programming In a popular midrash, Moshe Rabbenu appears one day in the back of Rabbi Akiva’s classroom. Moshe asks a nearby student, “Who is that teacher, and what is he talking about?” The student responds: “It is Rabbi Akiva, teaching us the law of Moses.” Perplexed, Moses asks: Continue Reading »

The Jewish Home Beautiful – You Want Me to Do What?

Posted on August 19, 2016

by Lisa Kogen, Women’s League Director of Education and Programming If you were a guest at a Jewish bridal shower in 1960, there is a good chance you would have dined on finger sandwiches, Jello molds and fruit punch. The gifts for the bride might have included a pressure cooker, peignoir set, egg beater, and without Continue Reading »

Brick by Brick

Posted on April 9, 2016

by Lisa Kogen, Women’s League Director of Education and Programming We all know the story. On January 18, 1918, the diminutive, but commanding, Mathilde Schechter stood before a gathering of 100-plus women and called for the establishment of a national women’s organization of the United Synagogue of America. Every year on the Shabbat nearest to that date Continue Reading »

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Women’s League Convention

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Mark your calendars!

July 23-26, 2017 - Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, VA

Leadership Institute

July 31 - August 1
Chicago area

Attend an inspiring Leadership Institute to expand your skills as a leader and your knowledge as a Jewish woman. Network with other women. Enhance your personal style of communication. Strengthen your connection to Women’s League, your sisterhood, your community, and Klal Yisrael. Click here for more information.

Women’s League Reads

Like to read? Want to be part of a world-wide conversation about books?

Join Women’s League Reads, a moderated on-line discussion group about books of interest to today’s Jewish women. Read the selected book, post comments and questions and then enjoy a special bonus conversation with the author or a scholar who can enhance our understanding of the book. Click here to read or listen to past conversations with authors.