Chavurot is a Hebrew word meaning “groups of friends”.
WHO? – Temple Beth El members in similar life stages.
WHAT? – A Chavurah: a group of friends who have a great time getting together for social and Jewish activities.
WHERE? – Groups can go anywhere and do anything. Sit together for Shabbat Services, hit up happy hour, plan a game night or social action project, celebrate a holiday, check out a new restaurant – it’s up to you!
WHEN? – Each Chavurah makes their own plans and decides as a group when they’ll get together.
HOW? – Our staff organize and support all the Chavurot, and each Chavurah has a Group Leader, a participant who volunteers to help guide their group.
WHY? – Life is better when we do it together! A Chavurah is a fun way to connect with your existing temple friends, find new ones, or both.
Perks include special programs and resources, opportunities to spend quality time with our clergy, an option for a reserved table at most temple meals, and the fun of having your group, your “tribe” within our Temple Beth El community.
If you have any questions, contact Rachael Rand at [email protected] or 561-391-8900 ext. 3178.
Complete this short registration form to be “matched up” with other members in a Chavurah! All new members and existing congregants are invited to take advantage of this fun, comfortable way to expand your connections within Temple Beth El.
Contact Rachael Rand at [email protected] for more information.