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Havurat Nashim (Sisterhood)

Havurat Nashim is a Hebrew phrase meaning "Sisterhood." The purpose of Havurat Nashim at Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands is to foster lasting friendships and unity among women and to support the congregational vision. Havurat Nashim is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism's sisterhood organization, Women for Reform Judaism.

As a sisterhood, Havurat Nashim organizes events that provide an outlet for creative energy, kindness, learning, laughs, spirituality, and friendship. We hope to bring women of various ages and interests together with a beautiful sense of camaraderie and sisterhood.

Here are some of our regular Havurat Nashim events; we hope to see you there!

  • Every Monday, 1:00 pm: Havurat Nashim "Knitzvah," knitting caps for newborns at Memorial Herman Hospital. 
  • Every Wednesday, 1:00 pm: Mahjongg (Social Hall @ CBSW)

Some of our favorite activities include:

Monthly Book Club meetings

Kibbitz and Coffee on Wednesday mornings at a local restaurant

Celebrating Jewish Holidays

Social Events like "Sip & Paint" parties, arts & crafts projects, social action projects like "Knitzvah," and HN Movie Nights

Collecting & Sharing Favorite Recipes

Membership is open to current CBSW members with a $36 membership fee paid to Havurat Nashim. You may join with your yearly pledge, as a new member, or at any time through our website.

If you wish to learn more about Havurat Nashim, please contact the CBSW office and ask to be connected with a sisterhood Board Member.

Sun, April 21 2024 13 Nisan 5784