Brotherhood is Congregation Etz Chaim’s men’s club. We provide service to the congregation by ushering at High Holidays, constructing and deconstructing the sukkah, cooking for the end-of-school-year BBQ, and making financial donations to the congregation as needed. We sponsor annual events including Soup, Bread and Game night, Trivia Bowl, an art auction and a golf outing. We meet one Sunday a month at 9:30 AM, usually in the mutipurpose room at the synagogue, for a lox and bagel brunch, good conversation, and an interesting speaker.
The Brotherhood Presents - a presentation by Michael Stoller
Date: Sunday Dec 3rd
Location: Etz Chaim - Lower Level
Exploring Emotional Sobriety
SUNDAY MAY 7, 2017 NOON to 3 PM FREE - NO COST!
The Brotherhood is sponsoring a Whirly Ball party on February 12th from 9:30 am to 11:30 am at the Whirly Ball location in Lombard on Roosevelt Rd. (http://www.whirlyball.com/game-lombard/). We would be honored to have you join us in a battle for the ages! Lets give them one for the bards to sing of.
Please join Congregation Etz Chaim’s Brotherhood and Sisterhood and their families for Shabbat dinner on Friday, January 13th at 6:30.
There is no cost for members of Brotherhood and Sisterhood and their families. Please let us know if you require a special meal due to allergies or other issues.
A Shabbat service led by members of the Brotherhood and Sisterhood will follow at 8:15.
Join the Brotherhood on Saturday, January 9 at 6:30 PM for Trivia Night!
2nd Annual Norman Silverstein Memorial Father's Day BBQ & Golf Outing
The Brotherhood of Congregation Etz Chaim is hosting the 2nd Annual Norman Silverstein Memorial Father’s Day Golf Outing on June 21, 2015 at 11:00 AM.
The Legacy Series For Jewish Men is a three-part seminar series that is designed specifically for Jewish men. In small groups, men look into their pasts and explore how those events impact their lives in the present. Ultimately, men work toward defining the legacy they want to both live today and leave behind.
THE DIG: Excavating & Facing Your Past