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Brotherhood of Temple Beth-El was one of the founding members of the North American Federation of Temple Brotherhoods early in the 20th century, and the organization is still active today. Camaraderie, fraternity, and support for Temple Beth-El’s young people are all part and parcel of the Brotherhood which offers programs and social events to Brotherhood members and non-members.

For more information, please contact: Mark Helman, Brotherhood President, at m-helman@cox.net


If you have helped to welcome new members of the Temple at the new member shabbat, have heard any of our informative Sunday breakfast speakers or attended a comedy evening and deli dinner with the Brotherhood, you have a sense of how important the Brotherhood is to the Temple Beth-El community. Through our many volunteer and charitable activities, we serve the entire Temple community.


Brotherhood and MRJ Centennial Celebrations
This year the Brotherhood celebrates our Centennial, making us one of the longest-lived Brotherhoods in the nation!  We were one of five original Brotherhoods that formed the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, now known as Men of Reform Judaism (MRJ).   We’ll have a formal Centennial celebration dinner next April, including the Lindenbaum Person of the Year presentation. And the Brotherhood will act as host brotherhood, and Temple Beth El will act as host synagogue, for MRJ’s own Centennial celebration next June, which will include a Brotherhood-themed Friday night Shabbat service with a nationally known speaker.

For more information, please contact: Mark Helman, Brotherhood President, at m-helman@cox.net

 

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Tue, November 29 2022 5 Kislev 5783