2017-18 Membership Directory
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The Brotherhood publishes the annual Temple Judea Member Directory, to help members stay in contact with each other. One free copy of the directory is available for each temple family. The directory includes extensive information about our temple, listing of temple members, contact information and advertisements. Revenue from ads placed in the directory help cover the costs of the directory and temple operating expenses.
Deadline for ads is coming up shortly, so get your ad in now! Click on the picture to the left to get the ad reservation form.
In & Out Night for the Brotherhood:
***CHANGE OF DATE*** We're talking about the changing of the guard within the TJB mid summer - The updated date is July 22nd - 3pm.....How does brisket, chicken and salmon sound?
RSVP to Lou Werbe, David Daniel or simply email using this address:
TJB - WTJ Poker Tournament:
Nothing firm yet for this event - just a teaser....so dig up those green visors, strengthen those card-holding wrists and keep checking back....
FIRST SHABBAT DINNER (of the new school year). Friday Sept 8th.
We will need volunteers during the day to prep the dinner and then others to help serve the dinner at Temple. Additional details to follow.
Tasting Series - Rum....
Sunday August 20th at the home of Cliff and Cindy Hassel. Time and other details to follow. RSVP to Cliff or to the following email address:
Dodgers Jewish Community Day:
Reserve tickets NOW....
August 11th. This year we are going for better seats - Please contact Dean Piller or email to:
Congregational Meeting Dinner - May 17:
BBQ - hosted by TJB. Hamburgers, Hot Dogs & the big hit of the night - Turkey Burgers (who knew?)!
Hope of the Valley Mission - Genesis House (for families):
Genesis house, a part of the Hope of the Valley, provides a safe place for women and families to live. We provided a dinner, but more importantly, we interacted with the kids, many whom are starving for attention and positive role models. We did face painting, made Mother's day cards with the children, did origami, and made the kids feels special. If you are interested in getting involved with this, please contact Jay Schlanger at
It does not take a lot of time or money. Just heart.
Another Successful TJ Brotherhood Cookout: ECC-Sponsored Breakfast for Dinner Night, Sunday April 30th.
Pancakes & Turkey Sausage - who could want any more than that?
Our chefs: Michael Schenk, Ron Spiegel, Jerry Miller, Bob Woskow, Dean Piller, Jay Schlanger and Ken Gold.
Where it was all happening:
I guess you had to be there........
ONGOING EVENTS TO LOOK FORWARD TO:
Lunch at Uncle Bernie's! Every other Monday, 12 noon (Next: May 8th & 22nd).
Next Poker Night - June 26th, 6:30 pm at LW's!
As always, feeding the homeless at the Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission -- a joyful, heart-warming and humbling experience. Pitch in!
Temple Judea Brotherhood builds lifelong friendships while giving back to the congregation in myriad ways. We provide scholarships for children, from preschoolers to post B'nai Mitzvah, so they can participate in summer camps, retreats, and other important youth programs.
We work with all Temple Judea auxiliaries and are represented at nearly every temple event. Look for Brotherhood ushers every Friday night at Shabbat services. Each year, we publish the Temple Judea member directory, and provide Yom HaShoah candles for our entire Judea family.
We also arrange social activities, including monthly poker games, and attending baseball, basketball and hockey games with our youth groups. We have put on major events which provide opportunities to network, develop friendships, further connect with the Temple community, and simply enjoy ourselves.
All Temple Judea "brothers" are invited to join our fun-loving, dedicated group. Our monthly meeting is open to all temple men and is held on the second Tuesday evening of every month.
To find out more about our activities, please e-mail us at
and we'll put you on our mailing list, or get the name of a Brotherhood representative from the Temple office, (818) 758-3800, for more information.
Join us to experience the personal satisfaction that comes from doing mitzvot for others, making lasting connections, and having fun!
David Daniel and Antony Gluck, Co-Presidents