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Gevarim (Men's Club)

Gevarim is the current incarnation of the former TI Men’s Club. Historically, synagogue clubs based on gender and age have offered programs and activities that enhance members’ sense of community and engagement in and appreciation for Judaism. Gevarim seeks to provide a variety of educational activities and social and cultural activities of particular interest to men, while also welcoming women to participate.

For more information, contact Andrew Reamer.

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Educational Activities

JEWISH HISTORY ONLINE

Watch and discuss recorded programs from the Center for Jewish History, the Yiddish Book Center, the Great Courses, and PBS on a variety of Jewish history topics. Each session will include one hour of video and 45 minutes of discussion led by Allan Tulchin.

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TALMUD STUDY 

Rabbi Seidel began teaching this popular class in 2017, using the newly available 42-volume English translationTalmud Bavli, published by Koren Publishers and prepared in conjunction with Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz. TI members can log in to access the Talmud here. We are currently working our way through the last chapter of Sanhedrin, which is full of both ancient and surprisingly modern questions. The class discussions have been rich and challenging – as is the custom here at TI. We meet about once a month on Shabbat afternoon at 1:00 PM in the library.

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Social and Cultural Activities

POLITICS AND BEER IN THE SUKKAH

This popular event features several TI policy and political wisepeople talking with members over food and drink about the current and future state of the nation.

GAME NIGHT (CO-SPONSORED WITH KOL NASHIM) 

Co-hosted with Kol Nashim, one Saturday each January congregants and friends bring games or pick from TI's large collection. The evening is free with snacks and drinks provided.

LIQUOR TASTINGS

Tastings occur two or three times a year and include selections of beer, kosher wine, and whiskey. Gevarim has also arranged tours of local distilleries and breweries.

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