Wednesday Apr 25:
Coming up Tues April 17th at
We will be tasting:
Our amazing weekend at gorgeous Camp Hilltop in Malibu just got better! We hope you can join us for the whole weekend, for a double dose of Rabbi Sam AND guest speaker Bill Prady on Saturday... but if you truly can only make it one day, the one-day option is now available! Visit the Temple website calendar to sign up, and don't delay: it's less than two weeks away!
Contact Alan Goodstein ( ) for additional detail or to sign up.
2018 Purim Carnival:
The Brotherhood did it again - helping to feed the carnival goers world class Barbeque !!!
Lunch at Uncle Bernie's! Every other Monday, 12 noon - next up 4/23!
Note the date shifts due to the holiday season...
Next Poker Night - Apr Poker Night - cancelled for lack of a venue
Check back for May................
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
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