Our synagogue was founded by a group of women back in 1917, and we are carrying on the tradition of strong, intelligent women making a dynamic difference in the community. We are dedicated to enriching the Free Synagogue with events and opportunities, as well as reaching out and helping the Queens, NYC, and world communities through charity and volunteering. So far in 2017, we have held two successful food drives to distribute food to those in need via City Harvest, gathered over 75 coats to help New Yorkers warm in conjunction with the New York Cares coat drive, and gathered eyeglasses for needy people around the world. We also sponsor an active book club, and plan to hold events throughout the year, such as guest speakers, congregational get-togethers, and community gatherings.
Our sisterhood is proud to be a part of the WRJ.
The Next Sisterhood Meeting Will Be Held March 18th At 11:00am in the Board Room in the Mann Mansion
The FSF Sisterhood recently sponsored a dropoff point for the NYCares Coat Drive, to collect coats for New Yorkers in need. Together, our congregation collected over 75 coats! That’s amazing! It just goes to show that a small gesture can make a big difference! Now children, women, and men in our city will have needed […]
When the FSF Sisterhood was looking for a charity to help people, we came across New Eyes, a nonprofit that helps people in need around the world to have the gift of sight. Being able to see is something that can be easy to take for granted, but for many impoverished people, it is a […]
In the great tradition of sisterhoods everywhere, the FSF Sisterhood is compiling recipes for a congregational cookbook! Do you make amazing matzo-balls, fabulous falafel, or brilliant blintzes? We’d love to hear from you! Family recipes, your own inventions, and favorite adaptations all are welcome. Recipes don’t have to be traditionally Jewish, but we do ask […]