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Shabbat Message: “Got to Love the New HR Lingo…”

Posted on January 7, 2020

By Margie Miller, WLCJ President I guess it doesn’t take a lot to amuse me. One of my favorite things to do, of late, is to read the postings on Jewish Jobs.com. There’s a whole new HR world out there. The diversity of jobs is quite interesting, as is the new lingo in job titles. Continue Reading »

January Sisterhood Program Showcase

Posted on January 6, 2020

Women of Temple Israel Create a Recipe for Success Noshing, Cooking & Kibbitzing Under the Sukkah We celebrate Sukkot within the temporary and fragile sukkah to remind us that joy is not found from material possessions but, rather, from the relationships we form with others and with God. So, it seemed just right to kick Continue Reading »

Shabbat Message: “A Week of Joy, A Week of Hatred”

Posted on December 31, 2019

By Margie Miller, WLCJ President Night after night, my many Facebook friends and family posted their menorahs shining brightly throughout the week of Hanukkah. Surrounded by smiling children and grandchildren, each family was celebrating this joyful holiday. We at Women’s League even coordinated our second annual virtual candlelighting on the second night of Hanukkah via Continue Reading »

Shabbat Message By Cathy Swerdlow

Posted on December 24, 2019

Shabbat Message By Cathy Swerdlow WLCJ Florida Region President Recently, my Sisterhood took a bus trip to St. Petersburg, and we had the pleasure of visiting the Morean Arts Center, where we had a docent tour of the Chihuly Glass exhibit. If you haven’t had the opportunity to see these glassworks in person, I highly Continue Reading »

Convention Starts NOW! Two Exclusive Workshops for Members!

Posted on December 19, 2019

Get a taste of Convention 2020! This January, Women’s League will offer two exclusive workshops for our members on the subject of tefillin. Then, join us for a Shehecheyanu Moment at Shacharit, Monday, July 13, 2020 when many of our women will wrap tefillin together for the first time at a WLCJ Convention! Register for Continue Reading »

Happy Hanukkah from Women’s League!

Posted on December 18, 2019

Registered Women’s League members will be able to join us for our second annual virtual candlelighting on Monday, December 23, at 7:30 p.m., Eastern time. This Monday, December 23, Women’s League for Conservative Judaism invites you all to join us as we light the Hanukkah candles together at 7:30 p.m., Eastern time. Whether you’ll be Continue Reading »

Hanukkah Shabbat Message by Myra Promisel

Posted on December 17, 2019

Shabbat Message “Lights! Lights! Lights!” By Myra R. Promisel, WLCJ Vice President and Finance Committee Chair Lights! Hanukkah has always been one of my favorite holidays. The “story,” true or not, seemed important to me as a child. I loved the Dreidel song and Rock of Ages (sung in English). Our family had a standard Continue Reading »

Shabbat Message by Ellen Kaner Bresnick

Posted on December 10, 2019

Shabbat Message By Ellen Kaner Bresnick WLCJ Personnel Team and Search Committee Leader Many times, I have heard it said that, rather than focus on how old we might be turning on each birthday, we should be thankful that we are actually celebrating the birthday because, after all, “Look at what the alternative is.” This Continue Reading »

Shabbat Message By Carol Simon

Posted on December 3, 2019

Shabbat Message By Carol Simon Immediate Past WLCJ President This coming Shabbat, not only do we read about Jacob, but we will most likely be reading an article, or two, about December 7, Pearl Harbor Day. As President Roosevelt stated, “A day that will live in infamy.” For most of us, it is day that Continue Reading »

December Sisterhood Program Showcase

Posted on December 2, 2019

Event: Annual Holiday Cookie Project From: Sisterhood Agudas Achim in Austin, TX Concept: While most of the country has a holiday on Christmas Day, our emergency responders must be at their jobs all day. In order make their day a little brighter, our Sisterhood has been organizing cookie delivery to firemen, police stations, and hospitals Continue Reading »