LIVINGSTON, NJ — Rosh Hodesh is the Hebrew term for the beginning of the month on the Jewish calendar. The new month, or Rosh Hodesh, has evolved into a women’s holiday in some spheres. Temple B’nai Abraham’s Sisterhood joins together, led by Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz, a few times each year to welcome the new month with conversation, learning, spiritual growth, and connection.
On Thursday, March 10, at 7:30 p.m., all women are invited for Pre-Purim Hamantaschen baking and to find out the real meaning of the desserts. It will be an evening of sisterhood, connection, homemade Purim treats, scintillating learning and fun.
“Rosh Hodesh is a special women’s holiday,” Dantowitz said in a release. “Treat yourself to a night out here at TBA. Sisterhood invites you to join in an evening of warmth, spirituality, conversation, learning and, of course, nosh! All women are welcome, from all generations!”
The free event will be held at 300 E. Northfield Road, Livingston, with the entrance on East Cedar Street. For more information, call Dantowitz at 973-994-2290 or visit www.tbanj.org.