Brotherhood is at the very heart of Beit Haverim Men’s Group. Gathering together informally on a monthly basis, the men of Beit Haverim enjoy creating new friendships as much as we cherish building lasting ones. New members, active leaders, spouses, close friends, anyone seeking to connect – all of us have a home within the congregational brotherhood. From the casual lunch to the pub crawl, from poker to sporting events, from community service to cultural experience to religious practice, Men’s Group events are LGBTQ inclusive and limited only by the diversity of our own interests – more important than “what we do” is “with whom.”
Camping on the beach with our families, enjoying Super Bowl parties with our sons (and daughters), attending community exhibits, engaging in meaningful tikkun olam activities, tasting new foods, gathering at the local watering hole, reflecting upon an afternoon of education, investing in a weekend of service, appreciating the hours we spend together, looking forward to our next event – this is what brotherhood means at Beit Haverim. Whether you are an active or passive member, we encourage you to join us at an upcoming event. As summer sun gives way to rain, we are currently planning activities to carry us through the months ahead – check the website’s calendar and look for announcements in your email. Chat with the men you meet at Shabbat services, adult education, before and after religious school – chances are, they are just as eager as you to share in the camaraderie that is Beit Haverim Men’s Group.
Monday Night Football
Poker at the Barn
Beit Haverim gentelmen gathered together for an evening of Poker in the Barn hosted by Whip ‘N’ Spur Farm in WIlsonville, OR by owners, Rebekah Swan and husband JR Swan. All winnings were donated to the Oregon Humane Society in honor of Swan’s hosting the event at their barn.