Please download a copy of the Temple Directory Ad Book and SELL SPACE - this is our PRIMARY source of funding for the coming year. The form may be accessed and downloaded HERE!
Oktoberfest in the Sukkah! Jews, Brews & Brats. Perfect weather, fine cuisine and a tasting tour through 7 beers (including 3 IPAs) and 3 ciders - 10 delightful tastings with very cool factoids from An outdoor evening of grilled meats (and more), and a rousing beer and cider tasting, led by Hal Mooney and his wife, Certified Cicerone and beer guide from LA Beer Hop. See the following:
LA Beer Hop Info-1 & Info-2
Beer list & photos
Photos courtesy of Bob Woskow, Jeff Hain & Brad Glassman......thanks!
Services began at 6:15.......followed by a Shabbat dinner at 7:30. Thank you to the TJ Bros who came to welcome Rabbi Eric to the congregation & helped serve dinner - the Brotherhood looks forward to making many great, happy memories with Rabbi Eric!
Join us Tuesday, November 12th at the Temple, 7:30 pm for our monthly meeting! Come & Join the crew - Help in the event planning - Make your presence felt!
For those so inclined, the pre-meeting dinner at SuperWok is at 6:00pm.
Sunday, Oct 27th. Great fun - if not great hands - was the outcome of the night. The grand price was $1000. $85 donation returned $1000 in chips, a light dinner, one drink and 5 raffle tickets. There was a silent auction with the monies received from items donated by the brotherhood returned to the brotherhood. Details & photos (if any are submitted) to be in next week's email
Still in the early planning stages - but the plan is to provide rides to the Temple for those who are not able to make it on their own. For more detail on this program, refer to the Brotherhood weekly email.
The mission of Violins of Hope is to educate audiences about the Holocaust through music and culture using a collection of violins, violas, and cellos rescued from the Holocaust. The concerts take place between March and April 2020. For more info on scheduling and show highlights, check back for further detail.
Monday November 4th featured Jill Gold Wright, author of "Creating America on Stage: How Jewish Composers and Lyricists Pioneered American Musical Theater." A college professor, Jill has given a variety of talks on literature and drama, as well as musical theater. Jill was joined by our own Tali Tadmor, Music Director for Temple Judea, and renowned pianist, vocal coach, conductor and music educator. Thank you David Daniel for the Event Photos
o Marty Dusig
o Jerry Daniel
o David Opell
o Antony and Anna Gluck (for Anna's mother)
o Mark Shear
For those in need, may they be blessed with r'fuah sh'leimah, the renewal of body and spirit!
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!
Antony Gluck and Alan Goodstein, Co-Presidents