February 5 Message


Shabbat Shalom!

We are all about communicating…whether in person, by email, phone calls, Skype or FaceTime. In this day and age, there are so many different ways that we have to communicate with one another. But, the most important is that we do communicate!

From the very beginning of this administration, your leadership of WLCJ, took to heart, the importance of communicating, with one another and with each of you, our sisters and members. We have strived to reach out to as many of our members as possible. WHY? Because by touching one another, we create a community of women. And, because by learning about one another, sharing ideas, networking, we all grow…individually and collectively. However, the most important reason is that we connect…through communicating.

Some of you may have noticed that this past week, messages have gone out through our WLCJNet, the PrezNet and on Facebook, about “Clicking It”! This is our little campaign, to remind everyone, that to receive emails from WLCJ, whether it is a social action alert, or the “This Week @ WLCJ”, you must click a box on your profile.

We are more used to receiving emails, and if we choose not to, we can simply hit “unsubscribe” at the bottom..and we are done! However, because WLCJ is a non-profit, we need all of our members to “opt-in”. And, it is really a very simple process!

  1. Step 1: Go on the website and log in
  2. Step 2: Click on “update my profile” on the left hand side of the page, second link down
  3. Step 3: Click on the little box under your name and address, it says, “I will accept periodic emails from WLCJ”
  4. Step 4: Scroll down to the bottom to save your updates

Then you are done! We will then be able to communicate with YOU even more! Please share this with all of your “sisters”, so that our community of women can grow.

To me it is all about connecting, and we do that through our words…we do that through our emails and phone calls. We all believe in perpetuating Conservative Judaism, we share the same values, let’s take a moment to be able to connect even more!

Wishing each of you a meaningful and peaceful Shabbat,