Temple Sinai Brotherhood will serve our congregation and support its efforts; advance Reform Judaism ideals, values and practice; provide a set of role models for fellow congregants and children spanning both the religious and the secular; and foster the bonding and fellowship of our Temple Family.
Men’s Discussion Group
The Men’s Discussion Group meets on Sunday mornings from 9:30-11:00 am at a local Panera.
We will meet at the Panera Bread at 3800 Forbes Avenue in Oakland. (just east of the intersection of Oakland and Forbes).
The meeting, which is open to all men of Temple Sinai, consists of informal conversation, led by David Hirsch, about the weekly Torah portion, as well as topics related to contemporary social or political concerns.
To put yourself on the e-mail list for receiving a summary of the Torah portion and related questions, as well as newspaper and magazine articles a few days before each discussion, contact David Hirsch, email@example.com
Please refer to the calendar for exact dates.
A Lively Discussion Group — Brotherhood members attending a recent Men’s Discussion Group session are (left to right) Front Row: Walter Boninger, Tom Morton, David Hirsch, Harvey Meieran and Dave Duggins; Middle Row: Toby Chapman, Mel Siegel, Marv Adelson, Ram Kossowsky, Todd Miller, Steve Holstein, Fritz Ottenheimer, Joe Manich, Harvey Nathanson and Sil Moritz; and Back Row: Jon Minden, Rich Rubin, Sandy Ochs, Julian Eligator and Joe Wein. The Discussion Group meets on the third Sunday of each month at Panera Bread on Boulevard of the Allies in Oakland.
Make a Deal Through the Car Donation Program
If you’re thinking about buying a new car or truck, consider donating your used vehicle to Temple for a 2008 income tax deduction instead of trading it in or selling it yourself. Regardless of your vehicle’s condition, we’ll sell it for you at the Dealer Auction, with the proceeds going to Temple. For more information, call Phil Smith or Mitchell Schwartz.
Contact: Todd Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org