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Join our Brotherhood to make a difference in the lives of others, and to build strong bonds with other Temple men.

As the men’s affiliate group of Temple Israel, our goal is to strengthen the ties of our congregation and our community through service. That’s why we’re actively engaged in improving the quality of life of our members, our families, and our greater society. We fulfill our mission by developing programs that benefit Temple families and enhance the spiritual and educational needs of our community.

Join or Renew Membership

Brotherhood offers meaningful programs throughout the year, such as breakfast speakers, college dinners, and a great golf outing. We also hold an annual Shushan Hold’Em tournament, and participate in a Jewish community softball league. We hope you’ll join us.

We hope you’ll join us on our mission to enrich the lives of those around us. Click here to join or renew your membership.

For more information, please contact Brotherhood President Brian D. Karbel at 248-425-3487.

Usher Corps

Start making a difference now, by investing just a little time on Friday night or Saturday morning with Usher Corps. We’re always looking for friendly faces to greet our congregants and guests. We also need ushers for other services and special events, and really appreciate the help of our Brotherhood volunteers.  For more information, contact Art Dubin at

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Upcoming Events

Inter-congregational Dinner

87th Annual with Dinner and Guest Speaker Professor Howard Lupovitch

WHEN: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 6:00pm

Where: Temple Israel, 5725 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48323

Cost: $54 per person

Speaker: Professor Howard Lupovitch, PhD.

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About the Speaker: Professor Howard Lupovitch is associate professor of history and director of the Cohn-Haddow center for Judaic Studies. He received a PhD in History from Columbia University. He has taught at Cornell University, Colby College, the University of Western Ontario, and the University of Michigan, where he was also a fellow at the Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies. Dr. Lupovitch specializes in modern Jewish history and has recently completed a study of the Jews of Budapest.

If you have any questions, please email Ric Feldman at or call 248-891-3547.

Tue, December 11 2018 3 Tevet 5779