Temple Women’s Association

The Temple Women’s Association (TWA) is composed of women who come together to further the religious, educational, civic, philanthropic cultural and social activities of our temple and for the growth of the individual as a Jewish woman. The TWA has succeeded in recent years in blending women of all ages into a cohesive and active Sisterhood.

TWA traces its history of community service, study, and social activities to 1897 and is an integral dimension of The Temple. TWA presents distinguished lecturers, holds an annual spiritual and educational retreat, sponsors educational series, and conducts other cultural, musical, and educational programs throughout the year.

We are affiliated with the national parent body, Women of Reform Judaism, which provides local, regional and national connections.

Additional TWA events sponsored throughout the year include an opening membership luncheon, at least one special evening program, a creative service, a spiritual retreat for women, as well as the Women’s Seder and the annual spring luncheon.

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Upcoming Events

TWA Shopping at Knuth's
Wednesday, October 11, 2023, 12:00PM

SUPPORT TWA BY SHOPPING AT KNUTH’S AT LANDERWOOD PLAZA 30619 Pinetree Road, Pepper Pike Mention TWA and Knuth’s will give 15% of your total purchase back to TWA!

TWA Nature Hike
Thursday, October 12, 2023, 11:00AM
Join the Temple Women's Association for a fun hike.
Tee It Up with TWA
Sunday, October 22, 2023, 2:00PM

You may think you aren't up to par but leave your pride and ego at the door and be prepared to golf and nosh. Meet at Top Golf in Independence. All are welcome - golfers and …

TWA Porcelain Museum Trip
Sunday, November 12, 2023, 11:00AM

The only museum of its kind, The Museum of American Porcelain Art is housed in the former South Euclid Library, the William Telling Mansion. The museum is dedicated to preserving and sharing the porcelain art …

Traditions Gift Shop

Traditions, your Temple gift shop is filled with B’nai Mitzvah gifts, Passover items, and housewarming gifts — just to name a few. Shop at Traditions. We’re always here for you!

Traditions is often open during programs and events, and will open for personal appointments by calling Iris Kane at 216-464-2838 or Ilene Kammer at 330-338-4849. You can also email traditionsgiftshop@ttti.org.