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Brotherhood Programs & Activities


Temple Israel Brotherhood Breakfast Series
Speaker: Dexter Van Zile, CAMERA
November 14, 2021 10am
“BDS and Distorted Middle East Headlines
by Major Publications”

Van Zile is Christian Media Analyst for CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America). His work is focused on anti-Israel propaganda broadcast by Christian churches and para-church institutions and the failure of Christian peace activists to address human rights abuses in Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East. He has played a major role in exposing the errors in the Palestinian Christian narrative. His articles have appeared in The Jerusalem Post, The Boston Globe, Jewish Political Studies Review, The Algemeiner and The Jewish News Syndicate (JNS).

Coffee, bagels, and donuts will be served outside before the speaker presentation.

ADVANCE RESERVATIONS REQUESTED! 

Register online at https://www.tisharon.org/event/Brotherhood-Breakfast-Speaker-Vanzileor email Jimmy Slovin at jaslov1@msn.com.

  • $5 Brotherhood members and spouses
  • $10 Non-members

(Checks or cash will be taken at the door.)

Per current Temple guidelines, you must be fully vaccinated to attend, and masks must be worn inside the building at all times.

RSVP at https://www.tisharon.org/event/Brotherhood-Breakfast-Speaker-Vanzile

For more info, email Jimmy Slovin at jaslov1@msn.com.

PROGRAMS & EVENTS FOR 2021-2022 COMING SOON...

If you have an idea for an event, please send it to Michael Getz, Brotherhood President.


Speaker Breakfast Series

The Brotherhood has a Sunday morning breakfast with a speaker about seven times throughout the year. The topics are on various subjects of interest.

Jewish Routes Series 

A breakfast series for discussing various Jewish issues.

Hearing Men's Voices 

The National Award Winning discussion series where men discuss personal experiences. The program provides men the forum to discuss issues of family, health and spirituality in an understanding environment of friends. 

World Wide Wrap

The World Wide Wrap, an international program of FJMC that brings the global Jewish community together to learn and practice the mitzvah of tefillin. Learn more about tefillin and the World Wide Wrap

Lift Your Spirits

A popular Saturday evening dinner and tasting - highly educational, of course! 

Tour de Shuls  

Supports the Tikvah program at Camp Ramah New England, a program to meet the social and religious needs of developmentally challenged Jewish adolescents. This summer Sunday bicycle tour of the region is always popular.

Mitzvah Men

Our  Brotherhood performing acts of tikkun olam action. View the gallery.

Charity Golf tournament

This is a major fundraiser that supports many charitable organizations.
Click for more info. 

Yellow Candle Program 

The Yellow Candle program is intended to keep alive the memory of the Six Million who perished in the Shoah.

Jewish Heroes Series

A series examining Jewish heroes - both known and less known - who are, or should be, heroes to us all.

Keeper of The Flame

While "Brotherhood Man of the Year" honors a member of our local chapter, Keeper of The Flame is regional (New England Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs) and recognizes a member of each chapter.

Brotherhood Auction

This is a major fundraiser that supports many charitable organizations.
Click for more info.  

Meals on Wheels 

A Thanksgiving and Christmas tradition. Every year on Thanksgiving and Christmas, members of the Brotherhood substitute for the regular drivers of HESCO Elder Services so that the regular drivers can spend the day with their families.  We deliver noon time meals in the greater Sharon area to frail elders living at home. 

Our Own F1 Racing Team 

Presenting the Winning Brotherhood Racing Team. Check 'em out! 

TheRetreat 

A weekend retreat full of eating, relaxation, prayer, learning, sports, camaraderie, etc.

Budapest Connection 

The Brotherhood, working with Masorti, has adopted a nascent group of young Jews in Budapest Hungary who call themselves "Dor Hadash." We are looking for ways we can learn from each other and how we can help support this small Conservative Jewish Community.

Habitat for Humanity 

On one Sunday each year, the Brotherhood volunteers to help construct a home for a low-income family.  

Road to Remembrance

The Temple Israel Brotherhood sponsors the Road to Remembrance Trip, bringing our youth to Washington, DC for a day's guided tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the WWII Memorial.

Brotherhood Membership Application

our membership and support sustains our programming.  Our Brotherhood is one of the best in the nation and with your help, it can only get even better.

Brotherhood dues: $36.00 per year  ($10.00 per year for 18-25 years old).

First-year membership for anyone, regardless of age, is free! Click here for a 2019-2020 membership application (PDF).

Wed, October 27 2021 21 Cheshvan 5782