Women of TBA
Welcome to the Women of Temple Beth Ami
Women of Temple Beth Ami (WTBA) is a warm and welcoming community of women of all ages and interests dedicated to enhancing and supporting Temple Beth Ami through special programming, financial support, and the involvement of women in the life of our congregation.
Join today! It's always the right time to join WTBA. Support us and become involved in your Jewish community. New women members of the congregation are given a complimentary membership from the time they join the Temple until the following June 30th.
Our ongoing activities, special events and social action initiatives offer Temple Beth Ami women the opportunity to develop friendships and a sense of community. We learn about and practice Judaism, explore important issues, and contribute to the well-being of Temple Beth Ami and the larger community.
- Board Meetings - All members are welcome! - 3/14, 4/5, 5/9 (7:15 - 9pm)
- Spring Stretch and Strengthen Yoga - Sundays - March 12, 19, 26, April 9, 16, 23 (2 - 3pm)
- Book Club - Tuesdays - 4/4, 5/23 (7:30 - 9pm)
- Kits & Crafts - Wednesday - 3/22/17 (6:30 - 8:30 pm)
- Women's Seder - Sunday - 4/2/17 (5-7:30pm)
- Welcome to Summer Celebration - 6/7/17 (6-8:30pm)
WTBA is a volunteer run organization and we welcome your involvement in our leadership and on committees. Here
We belong and you do too!
WTBA is a member of Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ). Founded in 1913, WRJ represents 65,000 members in nearly 500 sisterhoods and 8 district federations. We help support the work of the Reform Jewish movement and its institutions: The Union of Reform Judaism, Hebrew Union College/Jewish Institute of Religion, ARZA, and the World Union for Progressive Judaism. Through the YES (Youth, Education and Special Programs) Fund, we support rabbis, cantors, and educators in North America, England, Germany, South America, and Israel; the youth of our Movement; nursery schools, social justice projects, and bat mitzvah programs in Israel; summer camp and early childhood educational programs in the Former Soviet Union; and many others throughout the world. WTBA is a sisterhood of the WRJ Mid-Atlantic District.
Congratulations also to WTBA Board Members Jeanne Kahn for winning a Woman of Valor award, and to Melissa Bauman for winning an Emerging Leader award at the district convention. We are very proud of their accomplishments!