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Our Mission

To strengthen and unite the women of Congregation B’nai Amoona as they work, learn and grow together through Jewish programs, worship and fundraising; perpetuate Jewish family, synagogue and community life; support the congregation and all congregants; enrich Jewish education and ties with Israel; and reinforce the understanding and perpetuation of Conservative/Masorti Judaism.

Our Vision

Through education, service and practice, the Sisterhood of Congregation B’nai Amoona will do our best work for our synagogue to maintain our Jewish traditions, heritage and values now and for future generations while balancing health, family, work and community.

Supporting our Synagogue, our Congregants, and our Community

The Sisterhood supports B’nai Amoona Synagogue, our Congregants and our Community in a number of ways; the following are just a sampling:

  • Shomrei Torah Endowment
  • Portable Aron Fund
  • Rabbi Lipnick Endowed Rabbinic Chair
  • Sponsors Babysitting
  • Jewish Food Pantry
  • St. Louis Women’s Interfaith Conference
  • Shabbat and Holiday Babysitting
  • ECC and Religious School Programming
  • Life Cycle Gifts
  • USY Support and Scholarships
  • Assistance to Children with Special Needs
  • Kitchen Equipment
  • St. Louis Jewish Book Festival
  • St. Louis Jewish Film Festival
  • Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) and its subsidiaries
  • Nishmah
  • Purim Hamantashen
  • Sukkot Caramel Apples
  • Adult Education Classes
  • Support for the St. Louis and Worldwide Jewish Communities

How can you help the B’nai Amoona Sisterhood?

The B’nai Amoona Sisterhood is dedicated to keeping alive the ideals of Conservative Judaism through a variety of educational, cultural, religious and social programs. Join us at one of our events, help us cook, volunteer at the Judaica Shop, stuff envelopes, or join a committee.

  • Membership Brunch
  • Project Linus
  • Torah Fund Event
  • Sisterhood Shabbat
  • Fantastic Educational Classes
  • Torah Yoga
  • Field Trips
  • Mah Jongg
  • Art programs

How can the B’nai Amoona Sisterhood help you?

The B’nai Amoona Sisterhood provides you an opportunity to:

  • Make New Friends
  • Share Ideas
  • Socialize
  • Learn about your Jewish Heritage
  • Perform Tzedakah
  • Develop New Interests and Skills
  • Have Fun
  • Acquire leadership skills

Upcoming Events

Annual Paid Up Member Brunch 

Save the Date! **Now Virtual!**

Sisterhood's annual Paid Up Member Brunch will be November 7, 2021 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.

 Corona, Casseroles, and Coping:
How A Food Journal Saved My Sanity During The Pandemic

with Ellie Grossman Cohen, Author, Speaker, Blogger

Some people do yoga, meditate, exercise, or pray to relieve stress and manage the uncertainty of Covid 19, while Ellie prefers to write, cook and eat as a way of nourishing herself and those she loves.

Her ongoing diary, “What’s Cookin ?”, has turned into a time capsule in which she documents the latest coronavirus statistics, newsworthy events, personal family experiences, and, of course, what she concocts for dinner each night.

While Ellie’s story is her own, it’s reflective of what Jewish women all over North America endured and gives a chicken soup size dose of real pragmatism on how to focus on the one thing we can control food on the table when the world all around us seems out of control.

❖Pickup your complimentary* brunch box, by Chef Jon, available curbside on the day of the event, Sunday, November 7, from 9:15am – 10:30am at the main entrance circle.

*With paid 2021-22 Membership Dues

Click here to register.

Wed, October 20 2021 14 Cheshvan 5782