Today is October 29, 2020 -

Pacific Southwest Region

Women's League for Conservative Judaism

CONTACT US:
Karen Deutsch, Webmaster
Phone: PSW Region
Email: pacswwebmaster@wlcj.org

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Hopefully next year we will return to celebrating together. Until then our events will be virtual

  • January 31st Torah Fund Study Day
  • April 25th Pacific Southwest Region Convention

 

PSW President Jina Rezvanpour

Enriching every woman through Jewish values and experiences.

Watch the event on YouTube

Read the Panelist’s Biographies here

Torah Fund Pin

The theme for this year is
B’Yachad / Together.

Links to Torah Fund Materials

Volunteer Data Form
Trifold Torah Fund (TF) Brochure
TF Annual Pledge Card
TF Pin Image
TF Pin Order Form
Creating New Spaces (CNS) Brochure
CNS Donor (Pledge) Card
Legacy Society (LS) Brochure
LS Declaration of Intent
LS FAQ
Transmittal Form
Greeting Cards Flyer

Take a look at photos of our past in person events

Hopefully we will be able to celebrate together soon.  Until then we will continue to meet virtually.

    • January 31st Torah Fund Study Day
    • April 25th Pacific Southwest Region Conference

Networking to engage, enrich, and empower Conservative Jewish women

Upcoming Events

Frances Kuris Sukkah Event

Watch on YouTube here


Save the Dates:
1/31/21  Torah Fund Study Day
4/25/21  PSW Region Conference

About Pacific Southwest Region

Women's League for Conservative Judaism, founded in 1918 by Mathilde Schechter, is an active arm of the worldwide Conservative/ Masorti movement. As an international organization, Women's League for Conservative Judaism provides services to 600 affiliated women's groups in synagogues across North America. This network links 100,000 women in 13 regions with groups in Israel, Great Britain and South America.

In 1947 the Pacific Southwest Region was organized by the late Mrs. Jacob Kohn, who became our first president. This region now numbers 30 affiliates in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, and Texas.