Sisterhood sets final meeting until March, opens Hanukkah gift shop

By Patty Lewis

November is a changing of the time, a changing of the leaves and definitely a turn to cold weather.

It’s also a time for turkeys, pumpkin pie and family gatherings. But everyone doesn’t have a big family that gathers for the holidays, as you see on the Hallmark Channel.

If you have a few empty chairs around your table for Thanksgiving and you know someone who will otherwise be alone for the holiday, now is a good time to think about them.

So, if you have a few empty chairs around your table for Thanksgiving and you know someone who will otherwise be alone for the holiday, now is a good time to think about them.

I have not been able to attend services recently, as in the past. I do miss the services and everyone at the Temple. However, Dr. Andy Farber is working with me on a serious vision problem and I hope to soon get back to my old schedule.

Hanukkah will begin the evening of Sunday, Dec. 2

Speaking of holidays, Hanukkah will begin the evening of Sunday, Dec. 2, and Sisterhood has set up the gift shop in the Vestry Room. Contact me or Norma at the Temple and stop by any weekday to shop!

5isterhood continues to work on new projects. We’ll discuss those projects when we meet at noon Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the new Meadows Cafe in Meadows Shopping Center, 2800 Poplar St., No. 25.

For me, Sisterhood has always been about friends working together to support our congregation and community.

This will be our last second-Tuesday meeting until March 2019.

For me, Sisterhood has always been about friends working together to support our congregation and community. I do realize that many of you lead busy lives. But it’s great to take time away to join our friends for lunch!

Patty Lewis is president of UHC Terre Haute Sisterhood.

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The Hanukkah gift shop offers cards, candles, menorahs, dreidels and more!

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