Men’s Club

Beth El Men’s Club, home of the internationally acclaimed Build-a-Pair program, is the leading Men’s Club in the Tri-State Region of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (FJMC). We welcome men of all ages. Together, we involve Jewish men in Jewish life!

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List of Upcoming Men’s Club Events


“Engaging Jewish Men in Jewish Life” is the mission of Beth El Men’s Club. Please consider joining Beth El Men’s Club. Whether you are interested in social activities, educational activities or religious activities, Beth El Men’s Club is the place for you. Yearly membership dues are free for the first year for new members and for families who participate in the Amud (Pillars) Program. Membership dues ($50) include payment for three Sunday morning brunches. Check our Upcoming Men’s Club Events to see the exciting programming we have planned for this year.  If you haven’t already done so, Sign Up to Join the Men’s Club!

Our ‘Standard’ Programs

Mazel Tov, Warren Sufrin on receiving the FJMC's Maasim Tovim (Doer of Good Deeds) Award!
Mazel Tov, Warren Sufrin, Men’s Club Co-President, on receiving the FJMC’s 2015 Maasim Tovim (Doer of Good Deeds) Award!
  • Men’s Club Shabbat
  • High Holiday Ushering
  • World Wide Wrap
  • Yellow Candles
  • Build-a-Pair
  • Sunday Brunches with Speakers
  • Sukkah assembly and disassembly
  • House and grounds cleanup

Our Unique and Innovative Programs

 

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