The Women of Temple Beth El is the
collective voice and strength of the women
of Temple Beth El. 
For more than 100 years, we have offered women of all ages a variety of opportunities to become active participants in congregational life. 


The Women of Temple Beth El is an organization of women who come together for friendship, support, community, activism, learning and spiritual growth. The Women of Temple Beth El enhances our social bonds, builds our job skills, promotes our spiritual growth, and lets us relax and have fun! 

Join us! We welcome you at whatever level of involvement interests you. Whether you have plenty of free time or very little, your dues help Sisterhood fund our many programs and projects.


The Sisterhood Temple Beth El supports community programs benefiting people in need by donating items, time and money.


Ronald McDonald House Dinners, Prom Dresses, Hat, gloves, socks, JCC Book Fair Author Sponsor, Chanukah Baskets and Dinners, Adopt a Family through Jewish Family Service, Provide Shabbat & High Holy Day services for seniors and Passover Baskets and Dinners.


For the International Community Sisterhood strengthens Reform Judaism around the world with financial support. Women of Reform Judaism and Yes Fund (Youth, Education, Scholarships for Reform Jewish Professionals).

Dues for membership in the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El and WRJ are your choice of $45, $54, $72, $90, or $180 per year.  Your choice of a higher membership rate means more support for our many programs. Your dues includes membership in Women of Reform Judaism and District dues.

Sisterhood Board –  2018 -2019
President: Karen Lowen 
1st Vice President: Michelle Lame’
Recording Secretary: Carol Plisner
Corresponding Secretary: Sandy Beigler
Treasurer: Rochelle Nelson
Assistant Treasurer: Lois Freeman
Immediate Past President:

Elaine Schonberger

General Board: 
Maxine Ben-Yuri, Harriet Cooperman, Shelly Fogelman, Nancy Fortier, 

Sue Goldsmith, Sue Green, 

Cynthia Hecht, Janelle McCammon, Suzi MacWilliams, 

Judy Martens, Joyce Meckler Miller, Judy Pazol, Bobbie Priest, 

Cathy Segel, Irene Soble

Temple Beth El
7400 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48301