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About Brotherhood

Beth David B’nai Israel Beth Am Brotherhood is a welcoming group for men of all ages providing social and educational programming, helping our shul and community through active volunteerism, and engaging in Jewish life.

Brotherhood holds these regular events:

  •          Services at Sunnybrook Hospital for Jewish war veterans and residents
  •          Brotherhood Shabbat
  •          World Wide Wrap
  •          Shoah Yellow Candles

Beth David Brotherhood is a member of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (www.fjmc.org), the umbrella organization of Men’s Clubs within the Conservative/Masorti Movement around the world.

 

Feel free to contact us at brotherhood@bethdavid.com.

From the President of Brotherhood

Thank you for your interest in Beth David B’nai Israel Beth Am’s Brotherhood, an integral part of our shul community.

I welcome you our group involved in shul and Jewish life. I’m honoured to serve as President of our Brotherhood given the rich history of menschen who have done so in past.

Membership in our club not only helps keep our Brotherhood running, it also allows Brotherhood to continue to contribute. Brotherhood has a history of providing needed funding to our shul, and contributing to the Toronto Jewish community, to Israel, and to the community-at-large. Our Yellow Candle program allows us to give an annual donation to Canadian Magen David Adom.

Your Beth David Brotherhood membership includes membership in the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (FJMC), which provides programming, leadership development, and other resources to our club and region.

FJMC’s programming includes the annual World Wide Wrap and Yellow Candles programs, both of which have become key programs participated in by communities in Canada, the US, and other countries around the world.

Please feel free to reach out to us at any time with suggestions, feedback: brotherhood@bethdavid.com.

I look forward to seeing you in shul and at our programs.

Arie Frohlich, Brotherhood President

Mon, 23 November 2020 7 Kislev 5781