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Men's Club

 

 

The members of our Men's Club don't just get together to socialize and have fun--we are deeply connected to our broader temple community as well as our local and global communities. In addition to raising funds that enable our teens to participate in Jewish Heritage Trips with Rabbi David, it is Men's Club volunteers who plan and put on our congregation's annual Purim Carnival, that brings the joy of Purim to children of all ages.

Men's club members serve latkes to Mosad Shalom students to celebrate Chanukah

Our Men's Club volunteers are latke makers extraordinaire for the religious school's Chanukah celebrations. The special connection between the Men's Club and our religious school students is evidenced by the traditional gift of the Torah book made by the Men's Club to every b'nai mitzvah student. It is a Men's Club representative who introduces each b'nai mitzvah student to the congregation at Erev Shabbat services on the eve of each b'nai mitzvah.

Our annual Men's Club Shabbat not only enables many of our members to help lead the congregation in worship, but also includes the highlight of a dozen or more men reading Torah during the service.

Our TAS Men's Club is known throughout the Reform Movement as one of the most active and engaged Men's Clubs in the country. Come to a monthly brunch and enjoy great food, an interesting speaker, and the lively company of 80-100 Jewish men.

Our annual Family Camping Trip is a Temple Adat Shalom favorite, drawing experienced and novice campers alike to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors along with delicious meals and fun activities, all provided by the Men's Club.

You won't want to miss our annual Men's Seder--it's not a Passover seder, so we can enjoy pizza and beer. This is where we get a chance to discuss the modern plagues we face as men, in a supportive and friendly environment.

At our Man of the Year dinners we honor our most active volunteers, lately in the form of a hilarious, not-to-be missed Roast. Additional programs sponsored by the Men's Club throughout the year may include White Water Rafting, Comedy Night, a Family Hoe Down, and more.

Men's Club members play an instrumental role in our congregation's social action initiatives, participating in blood drives, volunteering to help feed the homeless at Christmas time, and more. 

Membership is open to all male congregants of Temple Adat Shalom or any other Jewish congregation. Your membership dues get you free admission to our monthly brunches, though membership is not required to attend the brunches or any other Men's Club program. You also receive discounts on most of the Men's Club events.

                                      

Sun, September 23 2018 14 Tishrei 5779