The Jack Broscow Brotherhood of Beth David is the Temple’s fellowship of men. We are part of the Men of Reform Judaism (MRJ), an independent affiliate of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). We carry the name of our dedicated and forceful founder, whose family has worshiped at Beth David for three generations.
Our function is to serve the Temple, the community, and Reform Judaism, and also to serve Jewish men by lifting them spiritually, offering fellowship and friendship, providing opportunities for personal growth and fulfillment, and having fun.
Our activities include:
We continually strive to add to and improve our activities. Our Board meetings are usually held on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Temple, or on Zoom. All Brotherhood members are welcome to attend.
The Brotherhood recently implemented a voluntary dues structure. All men who are new Temple members are automatically Brotherhood members during their first year.
|VICE PRESIDENTS & CHAIRMEN|
|Vice President, Membership||Jerrold Korn|
|Vice President, Programming||Charlie Niederman|
|Ways and Means||Jerrold Korn|
|Asst. Carnival / Member at Large||Joel Berman|
|Social Action||Leonard Silberman|
|Dining Delight||Charlie Niederman|
|Good and Welfare||Arnie Weintraub|
|Religious Practice||Elliot Semmelman|
|MRJ Liaison Chairman||Charlie Niederman|
|Past President||Charlie Niederman|
|Director at Large||Garry Plotkin|
|Director at Large||Gene Broscow|
|Director at Large||Howard Tobey|