If you are looking for a new way to get involved for the coming year? Join the Park Synagogue Sisterhood, an organization that benefits both our congregation and community. 

The Park Sisterhood...  
•    Meets via ZOOM at this time
•    Meets weekly 
•    Presents candlesticks to every Bat Mitzvah and Tzedakah
      boxes to all Park Confirmands 
•    Provides weekly Oneg Shabbat on Friday Night 
•    Supports and participates in decorating the Sukkah 
•    Conducts year-round mitzvah projects
•    Provides school supplies to seven schools in the
     Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district 
•    Runs the synagogue gift shop 
•    Supports the congregation year round 

December Schedule

Tuesday, December 7

Rabbi Marcus will discuss, "Torah Study through a Woman's Lens," at 10:00-11:00 am.

Board Meeting - 1:00-3:00 pm on Zoom.

Tuesday, December 14

Loree Potash is a Park member and founder of OverDrive. This leading digital reading platform is used by libraries and schools. She will speak about how this program is used worldwide. Bring your library card to the program at -10:00-11:00 am on Zoom.

A Touch of Yiddish with Debbie Scolnick from
11:15-11:45 am on Zoom.

Tuesday, December 21-28

Winter Break!

Contact Linda Wolf, Sisterhood President at for a Zoom invitation to the meetings.


Phyllis Wachs was the recipient of the Valued Volunteer Award for Park Synagogue Sisterhood at the Women's League for Conservative Judaism convention.

Phyllis Wachs, a past president of The Park Synagogue Sisterhood, has served and supported Park Synagogue Sisterhood in many ways. Most notably, she founded the School Mitzvah Project for needy children in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights school system over 15 years ago.

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Why do you need Sisterhood?

Park Sisterhood helps women in and outside of Park's Congregation connect and share your interests and values.  Experience stimulating programs and study groups designed to enhance your personal growth, Jewish involvement and the sense of community. Sisterhood helps establsih new and lasting relationships by sharing life cycle events. Sisterhood helps you add your voice to influence public policy on issues impacting your family and synagogue, the Jewish community,
Israel and the world at large! We are here to help you Enrich your own Jewish Identity and that of your family.

Sisterhood Needs You!

Sisterhood needs the support of all the women of the Congregation. All of us, whether mother, daughter, sister, aunt, or wives are needed as members of its Sisterhood. All of us, whether or not we perceive ourselves as having extra time, whether or not we enjoy all of Sisterhood's activities or projects, whether or not we have children, whether or not we attend services regularly, are needed as members of Sisterhood.

How to Join!

For more information about membership in The Park Synagogue Sisterhood, please contact Sisterhood President, Linda Wolf, at

Membership is open to all women of the synagogue and women in the community. Membership dues are $36 per year which includes membership in Womens League for Conservative Judaism. 

Sisterhood Torah Fund

We would like to thank our past Torah Fund Benefactors and Donors. We invite everyone to consider becoming a Benefactor by donating $180.00 and receive the beautiful B'Yachad (together) pin and 15 tribute cards, or a Donor for $20.00 and 5 tribute cards.

Please remember that the recipients of your support will become the future Rabbis, Educators and Leaders in our Jewish world.

For additional information, you can get in touch with Elena Myers at (216) 536 0439.
Our best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year.

Shana Tovah Umetukah,

Rita Weintraub
Elena Myers
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