Interesting speakers, mitzvah opportunities, community activities, social events!
Join the fun & make some new friends! Men’s Club of Neveh Shalom is an easy way to get together with other members of the congregation, schmooze, learn, nosh, have some fun and share interesting ideas. While our programs primarily target the male membership of the synagogue, women are certainly welcome to attend our programs.
- Educational programs
- Guest speakers
- Hiking, biking, and concerts in the park
- Social gatherings
- Men’s Club Shabbat Service
- Fundraising for synagogue and youth education
Men’s club also constructs the congregational Sukkah, sponsors Yom HaShoah programming, and volunteers with other organizations such as the Oregon Food Bank. In conjunction with the Sisterhood (Women’s League) we also provide gifts to our Bar/Bat Mitzvah youth.
Annual membership dues are $36 to cover the cost of monthly programs and brunch, as well as Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs national dues.
Send your check made out to Neveh Shalom Men’s Club along with your name, address, e-mail address, and phone number.
Neveh Shalom Men’s Club
2900 SW Peaceful Lane
Portland, OR 97239
Men’s Club Officers
President: Steve Sirkin
VP – Membership: Ron Morris and Ben Philan
VP – Programming: Bruce Stern and Jonathan Levy
Secretary: Peter Wigmore
Treasurer: Richard Cohon
Sukkah Committee Chair: Gary Laroff
Immediate Past Presidents: Jonathan Levy and Jonathan Lietz.
Thur, Dec 10, 6:00pm
Neveh Shalom Chanukah Party! Bring a friend, bring the family, and bring the T.P.! Men’s Club is leading the way in lightening the economic load of families in our neighborhood through a Toilet Paper Drive. Bring your wrapped packs of toilet tissue and help us construct the largest toilet paper menorah ever. Latkes, music and fun. $15 per adult? $18 Adult non-member, $9 child, $48 max per family. Registration info here or call the main office, 503 246-8831
Sun, Dec 13, 9:40am
Men’s Club Meets Rabbi Kosak – Come meet Rabbi Kosak up close and personal as we celebrate the 8th day of CChanukah, have a nosh and learn together. All are welcome, men and women! No need to RSVP.