Chai Men is a multi-generational group dedicated to becoming better fathers, husbands, brothers, friends and community leaders. Events are held throughout the year. Successful past events have been Guys Night Out, Chai Steaks Poker Tournament, Day-Hikes, Scotch Tasting, Study on Lag B’Omer, and of course, our Annual Men’s Retreat. For more information and to join this group, please contact Cantor Wolman at email@example.com.
20's & 30's
The young adult group is an opportunity for young-ish Jews to get together for a little bit of meaningful discussion and hang out. In a normal (non-COVID) world, the group meets in person and dinner is provided (and babysitters provided on site, if needed). Until the group can get together safely, get-togethers will continue on zoom. For more information and to join this group, please contact Kaylie Medansky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bat Chai is Temple Chai’s community for women of all ages committed to exploring our identity, heritage, and spirituality. Through study, prayer, retreats, and friendship, we strengthen our connections to our Judaism, to ourselves and to one another. For more information and to join this group, please contact Joan Neer at email@example.com.
Dor L' Dor
Dor L’ Dor has been an active group for our seniors at Temple Chai for 20+ years. The group typically meets monthly, on the third Thursday, between Noon and 2:00 pm, beginning in October and ending in May. All Temple Chai members and non-members 55 and older are welcome. Programs are entertaining, informative and above all designed with a sense of community for all to enjoy. In recent years, the programs have been of a musical nature with a few speakers sprinkled in.
This past year, due to the pandemic, the group has met via Zoom at 1:00 pm and will start this coming year in the same manner. We hope to have in-person programs with lunch (at a minimal cost), as in past years, soon. Watch for updates and programming announcements in the Echai.
Temple Chai likes to remind our college student members that they are still a part of our community even if they may not be involved as frequently as they once were! On occasion, through our college connection program, we send our college students a small package to stay connected to our community. For more information or to sign up please contact Kaylie Medansky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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