Formerly known as Sisterhood, the COS-SJCC Women’s Group is an organization whose primary mission is to bring the women of COS-SJCC together to build and strengthen relationships through our shared Jewish heritage. The Women’s Group enables women of all ages and life stages to share experiences, learn, make new friends, and have fun!
The Women’s Group sponsors a wide range of activities throughout the year. Whether it’s a Bobbi Brown Makeover Party, a Pilates class, kosher cooking class, B’nai Mitzvah Chat Session, or Purim basketMishloach Manot (gift bag)-stuffing, there is something for all COS-SJCC women. See the calendar below for 2021-2022 events.
Join Us! We Want You! (That is, all women of the SJCC) to get involved. We are seeking new women to join our planning committee and help shape the vision and direction of this group!
For more information or to join the planning committee, please contact:
Click on the links below to join Women's Group: Supporter ($36) or Patron ($54) membership level.
2021- 2022 Calendar of Events
Women's Group Book Club
Sunday October 24, 2021
Women's Group Fall Brunch (free for Women's Group members)
Sunday November 14th, 2021
9:30am - noon, Virtual
Women's Group Cooking Class
9:30am - noon
SJCC Kitchen/Social Hall
Sponsored by Women's Group---- open to all COS-SJCC members, enjoy an intimate multi-course dinner hosted by two different congregant families
Women's Group Shabbat
9:30am - noon
Shabbat services led by SJCC women
Mishloach Manot Packing
Fill gift bags with yummy kosher snacks for Purim
Morning, SJCC Social Hall
Mishloach Manot Delivery
Deliver Mishloach Manot Purim gift bags to congregants' homes
Women's Group Girl's Night Out
Open Sundays by appointment only
Broad selection of Judaica, jewelry and toys
Judaic learning/discussion for women
Rosh Hodesh Group
Women-only Biblical Text study group
Book Club (bimonthly)
Bimonthly book chat Sunday evenings at member homes.
B'nai Mitzvah Chat
Informal gathering of SJCC Moms to discuss planning/preparation for their child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Experienced Mom’s share tips with those planning future events.