Women's League Conventions
Every two years, hundreds of women from across North America, Israel, Mexico, and Europe meet for four exhilarating days; many take advantage of a pre-convention shabbaton. Each convention incorporates dynamic speakers and impressive study, exciting programming, a focus on growing successful sisterhoods, public policy resolutions, Women’s League unique training services, fabulous camaraderie, and stirring tefillot (religious services).
Delegates return to their sisterhoods and communities -- invigorated and motivated -- prepared to meet new challenges and assume more leadership roles.
After each of its biennial conventions, Women's League produces an in-depth Proceedings that describes the complete convention program and provides excerpts from plenary programs. To read the convention proceedings of the last three conventions, click on the year:
- 2012 (Uri, Uri - Awake! Greet the New Dawn)
- 2010 (Kehillah Kedoshah: Celebrating Community Woman to Woman)
- 2008 (Heart & Soul)
- 2006 (Praise Her for Her Works)
- 2004 (All of Us Together)
News & Events
Women’s League Institute Siyyum
Join us on Monday, June 3, 2013, from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm,
at the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Study Session I (11:00 am- 12:20 pm): Chancellor Arnold Eisen
Lunch: 12:30 - 1:35 (Cost of lunch: $20 per person)
Study Session II (1:45 - 3:00 pm) Dr. Maud Kozodozy, (JTS, NYU) Between Torah and Maddah: Jews and Medicine in the Middle Ages.
RSVP to Lorraine Braun, 212-870-1260 Ext. 7166 or email@example.com click here
Convention 2012 Proceedings Now Available
14th National Masorti Women’s Study Day in Jerusalem
Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, Schechter Institute and the Masorti movement present the 14th National Masorti Women’s Study Day in Jerusalem to any members of Women's League who will be in Israel on June 21. click here
Come to Israel with Women's League
October 21 to November 3, 2013 - this is a trip you do not want to miss! Click below for more information. click here
Women's League joins with the leadership of Conservative Judaism in the United States in expressing a need for more effective gun control. We also ask for your signature on a petition issued by the JCPA expressing our community’s pain and resolve to enact comprehensive reform, including meaningful legislation to limit access to assault weapons and ensure access to quality mental health care for all who need it. click here