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Women's League for Conservative Judaism

Women’s League has been dedicated to the continuing Jewish education of its members since its inception 90 years ago. Its programs and publications are designed to perpetuate an active and knowledgeable observance of Jewish traditions in the home, synagogue and community.

Education Publications and materials
  • Days of Study were begun in 2003 with complete curricula designed around the five megillot and the holidays with which they are associated. Each unit was prepared by scholars and craftspeople and offers a full day’s programming with text study, midrash, modern exegesis, crafts and music projects, and projects for families. A leader’s guide allows lay people, with minimal preparation, to lead the sessions.
  • Divrei Hokhmah are 10-unit mini-lessons created to begin sisterhood meetings or events with serious Jewish study easily led by members. Modules are available for Proverbs, the Ten Commandments, Kol Ishah—A Woman’s Voice, and Heart & Soul.
  • Etz Hayim He is a two-year study curriculum for adult education prepared by the Melton Research Center for Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary that provides in-depth material perfect for adult bar/bat mitzvah or synagogue adult education program.
  • Creative Judaic Arts patterns for handcrafts that perpetuate the concept of hiddur mitzvah.
  • Beauty, Brains & Brawn (fall 2008) celebrating American Jewish women and their contributions to art, culture, science, education, sports, business, and fashion, to name just a few.

Education Programs:

  • Women’s League regional institutes in conjunction with JTS and its graduates across the country 
  • Kolot BiK’dushah (a cadre of women and girls qualified to read Torah and/or lead services) 
  • Events such as Vashti’s Banquet, The Kol Ishah Concert celebrating 20 years of women cantors, symposia, conferences and conventions

212 870-1260 – www.wlcj.org