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  • This special Shabbat morning service honored the men of the TBH Brotherhood.
  • Our annual Community Men's Passover Seder was a rich and rewarding experience.
  • The TBH Brotherhood builds the Temple Sukkah each year.
  • Another year, another Sukkah!
  • The annual Thanksgiving Feed the Hungry Feast brings the entire Temple community together to serve hundreds of meals.
  • Fathers, sons, mothers and daughters work side by side to feed the hungry on Thanksgiving.
  • The Brotherhood Board meets monthly to plan and promote their programs.

Temple Beth Hillel Brotherhood’s mission is to provide meaningful services to our congregation and the community, deepen our relationships with each other, and have a lot of fun along the way.

We have always been dedicated to Tikkun Olam, repair of this world, through active involvement in youth education, adult education, social action, spirituality and fellowship activities, all of which contribute to the enrichment of our lives and that of our synagogue community.

Whether serving as ozreem (ushers) during our High Holy Day services or sponsoring a horseshoe tournament at Seder in the Desert; whether hosting a pancake breakfast or Super Bowl party or feeding hundreds of needy people on Thanksgiving Day; whether building the sukkah or building friendships, Temple Beth Hillel Brotherhood is always in action. Join us today.

Contact us at with any questions.

Brotherhood Officers


Chris Dwyer

Mark Singer | (818) 763-9148


 Annual Thanksgiving Feast of Caring

Click here to read the appeal letter.  Click this link to go to the donations page:

Implementing this important Jewish value of tikkun olam— of healing the world and making a difference—takes hard work and dedication, as well as your kind assistance.  So we ask that you help us to help others this Thanksgiving by donating to this worthy cause in a way that is meaningful to you.


2017 Thanksgiving Feast of Caring