Upcoming Events
Mah Jongg April 17
Intro to Kabbalah April 17
Knit & Knosh April 18
Adult Ed April 18
Talmud class April 19
Rosh Chodesh group April 19
Holocaust Memorial service April 22
Mah Jongg April 24
Knit & Knosh April 25
Adult Ed April 25
Dinner Club April 26

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April 8, 15, 22, 29

April 9, 16, 23, 30

Doors open at 5 p.m.
Games start at 7 p.m.

Sunday: April 15
Monday: April 30



The National Council of Jewish Women is a volunteer organization inspired by Jewish values that works through a program of research, education, advocacy and community service to improve the quality of life for women, children and families, and strives to ensure individual rights for all.

The Frederick section seeks to educate, support and advocate for members the Frederick community and beyond. Activities include collecting clothing and school supplies for students and families in need; presentations and discussions on interfaith in the community, child welfare and women's rights; fundraisers to support scholarships for nursing students and donations to local theater programs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, nursing homes, research foundations and community action organizations; providing Chanukah and Christmas gifts for local families; and much more.

NCJW welcomes participation by members of Beth Sholom and the Jewish community at large. For information about NCJW-Frederick Section or joining the organization, contact Marcy Taylor at 301-694-8212, or email mta2003604@aol.com or ncjwfrederick@hotmail.com.

Current Projects

Shabbat at Country Meadows: Celebrate Shabbat with residents of Country Meadows Assisted Living two Fridays each month at 4:30 p.m. Contact Marcy to volunteer.

Meet Marcy Taylor
Marcy and her family have been members of Beth Sholom for many years. Her children attended our religious school and became Bar and Bat Mitzvah here. As president of NCJW, Marcy leads the Frederick chapter in many activities that assist needy individuals and families. Marcy welcomes women of all ages to participate in tikun olam, or repairing the world through acts of Jewish kindness.