History, Hebrew, holidays, art, cooking, tikkun olam – whatever your interests and whenever you’re free, the Women’s Network will engage you and involve you in the synagogue community.
Every woman member of PAS is invited to join the Women's Network. Members pay annual dues of $54 to support programming and events. New members of PAS (within six months of joining the synagogue) pay no dues for their first year of Women's Network membership. Complete the Women's Network Membership Form.
Questions? Email co-chairs Jennifer Karol and Nancy Lascher.
Prom for Everyone
Tue–Thu / Apr 26–28 / Temple Emanu-El, 1 East 65th Street
Set-Up Day / Tue / Apr 26 / 10:00 am–4:00 pm
Dress-Selection Day / Wed, Thu / Apr 27, 28 / 10:00 am–6:00 pm
Project Prom is back! Temple Emanu-El and Women’s Network at PAS are partnering to help low-income high-school seniors shine at their spring proms. Donate new handbags, shoes, and sealed cosmetics to provide a “boutique” shopping experience for these young women and give them free prom ensembles. You can also volunteer to help set up the clothing or assist the young women with dress selection!
Please drop off donations to Temple Emanu-El’s 65th Street lobby.
Menstrual Equity for All
Melissa Berton is an educator, Academy Award-winning producer, and the founder of the Pad Project. Berton worked with her high-school students to produce a documentary to raise awareness about menstrual health and education worldwide, leading to a 2019 Oscar win for Best Documentary Short Period. End of Sentence. The Pad Project now supports the distribution and manufacture of pads in 13 states and 15 countries.