Who We Are

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You're already a part of Men's Club, so why not join in some of the activities that made us the ONLY Men's Club in the Southeast to receive the FJMC Quality Club Award from our national organization - the Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. We also received the prestigious FJMC Gold Tourch Award for our Yom Ha-Shoah program, held in conjunction with our neighbors at St. Ann's Catholic Church.

A Special Men's Club Project. . . . .
Men's Club has undertaken the rejuvenation of our synagogue's beautiful Holocaust Memorial Garden, including the introduction of a dramatic structure to add beauty and grace to this special place of remembrance and solitude.

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Our 2017 Board of Directors 

PRESIDENT:  Alan Lightstone

CO-PRESIDENT: Chuck bernstein

TREASURER:  PAUL WACHTER

RECORDING/ CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: dan pransky

VP of Operations:   BART AGROW

PARLIAMENTARIAN:   JAY GIVARZ

 

Past Presidents:

jAY GIVARZ
mARK iSBITTS
Andy Becker
Steve Krodman
Barney Epstein
Jeff Frankel
Dennis Renyi
Bob Goldman z”l
John Chaifetz
Sid Milstein
Robert Birnbaum
Barry Riesenberg
Steve Bodenstein
Ken Schlenker
Steve Dix
Lou Rosengarten
Allen Shulman
Bob Beer
Steve Birch
Ramie Tritt
Barry Dolin
Hank Needle
Frank Vexler
Henry Levine
Larry Travis z”l
Irv Briks
Phil Greenspon
Irwin Weitz
Ron LeRoy z”l

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Etz Chaim is...

Congregation Etz Chaim is a progressive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue that provides meaningful Jewish experiences in a welcoming, engaging environment.  We offer:

 

Inspiring religious services
Educational, social, and cultural activities, serving multi-generational needs
A caring community that supports each other through both joyful and challenging life cycle events
Connections with the broader community and opportunities for Tikkun Olam...


Our intention, in all activities, is to provide an environment of warmth and an opportunity for personal growth. We celebrate together, we pray together, and we learn together, making Etz Chaim truly a home away from home. 

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Come and get involved with your community!

We need 1) A Shabbat Greeter; 2) Social Action volunteers! Contact Joe Freeman

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Newcomers

Looking for a Conservative Synagogue?
Please join us for Shabbat Services!
New and prospective members are always welcome!

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