Camaraderie and friendship. A greater sense of fellowship and community. Bonding that extends beyond a passing hello, a quick conversation at Shabbat services or an exchange of handshakes when you bump into a fellow TI member in the workplace or socially. That’s what Brotherhood membership can provide. Yes, we’re here to support the congregation. But, we’re also here to support one another – each individual or family, whatever the need may be. Among our key initiatives:
- Annual Family BBQ – ShaBaBeQue
- Religious School Breakfasts
- Ballgame Outing/Spring Training Camp
- Brotherhood Shabbat
- Monthly Discussions
- Hanukkah Candles Distribution
- Annual Steak Dinner
- Youth Scholarships
- High Holy Days Babysitting
- Brotherhood Dinner in the Sukkot
You determine your own level of participation – fully involved, occasional involvement or only want to pay your dues or make a donation.
For more information please contact Mike Strauss, Brotherhood President.