Dinner and Drinks at Growler & Gill
Dinner at Allendale Bar & Grill
…and don’t forget our Brotherhood Raps!
Who We Are:
Men Supporting Men, Men Supporting the Community
On behalf of the BHSS Brotherhood, we would like to welcome you to our community.
In recent years we all have experienced greater demands on our time. With increased responsibilities, we have had to sacrifice part of ourselves in order to meet these obligations; but at what cost?
Fortunately, there is an organization in our community where men can make new friends, have conversations with those who face similar challenges, have social activities with other men, and even take care of some of their spiritual needs. That is Brotherhood.
Brotherhood provides men the opportunity to:
Make new friends – Join us for our monthly meetings where we get together for friendship and conversation at local restaurants. Our meetings are typically held on a Thursday evening. Come for dinner, a snack, or just a drink; the choice is yours.
Discuss issues important to you – New this year! Join us for our Sunday Morning Rap Sessions where you discuss any issues you want; be it sports, work or other challenges or topics; all in a non-judgmental setting. Also, participate in our continuing Men’s Health Series.
Participate in social activities – Activities geared towards father/child relationships, family as well as men-only events. Enjoy a night at the theatre with your Brotherhood friends and family; attend our popular Chanukah party!
Fulfill spiritual needs – Participate in a monthly Minyan, Brotherhood Shabbat, Men’s Seder (where we discuss issues facing contemporary man), and special services.
Become part of a group that provides programming for the community – Pizza night in the Sukkah, sponsoring the showing of important movies and other educational and entertainment programs.
Whether you are a young man with children or an empty nester, there is something for everyone in Brotherhood. As a member of Brotherhood you not only invest in your community, you are investing in yourself. Aren’t you worth it?
All men who are Jewish or a partner in an interfaith relationship are warmly welcomed.
There is strength in numbers. We invite you to grow strong with us. To become a member, please call the synagogue office at 201-512-1983 to receive a form.
If you would like to know more about the Brotherhood or would like to get involved, contact president Jonathan Theodore.
Temple Community Network (TCN)
TCN is a professional networking group that is currently focused on the the job search needs of our community. Whether you are in transition/job search mode or are currently employed and can offer assistance, we encourage you to participate. The highest level of tzedakah is enabling the recipient to become self-sufficient. TCN is a joint project of Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Temple Beth Rishon, Barnert Temple, and Temple Beth Or.
Barnert Temple, 747 Route 208 South, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
Directions to Barnert Temple:http://barnerttemple.org/about_us/about_us.php3?page=249
(Don’t trust your GPS on this one, use these directions.)
For more information, contact Bob Roman (Temple Beth Rishon): [email protected], Bob Levin (Barnert Temple): [email protected], Mala Lawrence (Temple Beth Or): [email protected], Ed Vogel (Beth Haverim Shir Shalom): [email protected] or Ken Lang (Temple Beth Tikvah): [email protected].