The Men’s Club of Beth Israel
The Men’s Club is an arm of Beth Israel. The purpose of this organization is to strengthen Jewish consciousness by cultivating social interaction, encouraging social services, offering religious education, supporting activities that benefit the Congregation and promoting closer fellowship among its members. We welcome Jewish men in the congregation and community at large.
Men’s Club men support the Beth Israel congregation and each other with a variety of spiritual, educational, and social activities:
* Scheduled monthly meetings and events (Click here for Calendar)
* Sponsorship of an annual Men’s Club Shabbat service
* Contributions to Beth Israel operational expenses
* Hands-on help and funds to augment special temple projects
Annual dues are $18 (Chai).
Jeff Beller, President
Gil Daniels, Executive VP
Ralph Shaw, VP Membership
Steve Blesofsky, VP Programming
Marty Beverly, VP At-Large
Paul Grossman, Secretary
Rich Hoffing, Treasurer
Jeff Beller, Men’s Club President MensClub@jcscc.org
We regret that all meetings of the Beth Israel Men’s Club previously scheduled through the end of July have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus. As soon as the Temple reopens, we’ll look to resume our exciting programming.
Thanks to VP Steve Blesofsky, we now have a tentative calendar for 2020-2021 which includes Membership Meetings, Bagels & Discovery programs and other important events. In preparing this calendar we’ve taken into consideration that the Sun City Center Men’s Club generally holds meetings on the third Wednesday of each month, resulting in a number of our members having to make the difficult decision as to which meeting to attend. Now, to eliminate the necessity of having to make that decision and with the sole exception of December, all of our Membership Meetings will be held on the second Wednesday of each month. I greatly appreciate our member Harvey Berman’s periodic reminders about this situation!
During this difficult time, your Board has been keeping in touch with our membership to make sure that everyone’s okay.
In the meantime, Shalom and stay safe! I hope to see all of you soon.