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Sisterhood Women's Retreat


Please note - Each attendee must submit one registration form. 


Margo Hughes-Robinson, a female fourth-year rabbinical student at the Jewish Theological Seminary, will be facilitating this wonderful weekend! Margo Hughes-Robinson is a fourth-year rabbinical student at the Jewish Theological Seminary, where she is also pursuing an MA in Midrash. A senior Marshall T. Meyer Rabbinic Fellow at Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, and the Program Coordinator of the Finklestein Institute and Milstein Center for Interreligious Dialogue, Margo is an alumna of Clark University (with degrees in Jewish Studies and Theatre), as well as the Conservative Yeshiva’s Year Program in Jerusalem, the Hartman Rabbinical Student Seminar, and the JOIN for Justice Seminary Leadership Project. An experienced educator, performer, andbaalat tefillah (prayer leader), Margo has taught adult education courses and workshops for both Jewish and interfaith audiences in the US, Israel, Guatemala, France and Italy. A sensitive teacher of Jewish text and spirituality, Margo seeks to foster authentic connection between modern seekers and ancient wisdom.

Room Options: There are 4 room options for the retreat.

*Pricing includes room, all meals and all activities.
  1. Standard hotel double occupancy room - $275 per person
  2. Standard hotel single occupancy room - $300 per person
  3. Deluxe hotel double occupancy room - $325 per person
  4. Deluxe hotel single occupancy room - $350 per person - SOLD OUT!

Please note - There is a limited number of deluxe hotel rooms available on a first-come, first-served basis.

What is the difference between standard and deluxe?
All hotel rooms have a private bathroom, table, and chairs, heating and air conditioning, complimentary toiletries, and bed and bath linens.

Standard: These hotel rooms are located up a hill with stairs, boardwalk and walking paths to the main areas of the campus. You also have the option to drive your car from the standard rooms to meeting spaces. Standard rooms have two queen beds.

Deluxe: These rooms are larger rooms with either 2 queen beds or 1 king bed, a deluxe tub and a mini-fridge. Most of the rooms are an easier walk to where meals are served and most indoor activities take place.





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