Pre-order your hamantashen for Purim

Bringing you hamantashen from Zingerman's Bakery. Pre-order now.
Purim is March 8

WRJ Reproductive Campaign; WTBE is Michigan Cohort

Michigan is one of 9 states with dangerously outdated laws on the books that criminalize abortion. Without protections provided by Roe in place, Michigan’s 1931 abortion law would criminalize doctors who perform abortions, making them guilty of a felony.

WTBE Bulbsale was successful.

Bulbsale will be happening again mid April

We CAN make a difference! Listen and Learn

Panel discussion includes Dr. Ruth Messinger, president and executive director of American Jewish World Service (AJWS); Anat Hoffman, Israel Religious Action Center and Women of the Wall; Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America and Rabbi Marla Feldman, Exec Director of WRJ moderating at WRJ 2013 Biennial.

We are part of Central District WRJ- get involved

Expand your horizons! Take part in events with other women in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia
Lunch- Wednesday, Feb 19,  Carlyle Grill

Lunch- Wednesday, Feb 19, Carlyle Grill

Join Us for Lunch
Wednesday, Feb 19
Carlyle Grill
3660 Jackson Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
RSVP to Eva Taylor at 734-995-5700
Our Giftshop is Open.  And we now take credit cards.

Our Giftshop is Open. And we now take credit cards.

We are the only Judaica gift shop in town and we are proud of that and the service we give to the community.

20% off sale, March 1-15

Menorahs, candles, Purim and Passover items, jewelry, cards, and so much more for the holidays and gifts.
Artemesia Trio, March 21, 7pm

Artemesia Trio, March 21, 7pm

Artemesia Trio, March 21, 7pm
A Chicago-based woman's vocal trio with our Diana Lawrence
Tickets on sale now- $20 and $36 for Patrons
Reception follows
B’riot Ha’kehilah- April 18-19

B’riot Ha’kehilah- April 18-19

WTBE is bringing in Joanne Harpel of Rethink the Conversation.
April 18- When Should I Worry? Mental Health and Suicide in Teens. (Open to community)
April 19- What Do I Do and When? What Congregational Leaders Need to Know about Mental Illness (by invitation only)

Women of TBE

Building a sustainable future requires involvement from all of us. Women of TBE is an organization of women who come together for friendship, support, community, activism, learning and spiritual growth.

…encourages members to meet new people, renew acquaintances, and expand our networks…

    …provides a useful and satisfying way to support our congregation and our community…

         …opens opportunities for the creative energy, talents, and leadership potential of all its members

            …offers a supportive environment where every woman can delve deeper into Jewish life…

               …gives members a worldwide identity and a voice through our affiliation with Women of Reform Judaism


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