Temple Sinai Men of Reform Judaism

mrjThe Temple Sinai Men of Reform Judaism (TSMRJ or the Brotherhood) offers adult male members of Temple Sinai a sense of community and fellowship. Most of our programs are social, but we are also involved in service, charity, and the religious and cultural life of Temple Sinai.

We welcome new programming ideas and energy. If you think you might be interested in joining, contact Howard Oppenheim at howard.i.oppenheim@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events

  • Get-Together @ Parthenon Restaurant
    Thursday, May 18 at 7:00 pm
    The Brotherhood will hold a get-together at the Parthenon Restaurant near Chevy Chase Circle, This will be an informal gathering, giving guys (women welcome also) a chance to get to know each, kibbitz, and maybe discuss ideas for Brotherhood programs. The Brotherhood will pay for beverages; participants will need to pay for their food. If you plan to attend, please let Howard Oppenheim know by May 16.
  • Please join Temple Sinai members for a spring outing at Top Golf in Germantown, Maryland.  All members, including children old enough to safely swing a golf club, are welcome.

    Top Golf, Sunday, June 11, 3:00-5:00 PM

    Top Golf, in Germantown, is a sports entertainment complex that features an inclusive, high-tech golf game (driving range).  TSMRJ plans to book a couple adjoining bays (or more, if the demand is there) where we can play a few of the games and enjoy food, drink, and each other’s company.  We welcome all skill levels, including novices.  You can bring your own clubs, or use ones provided by Top Golf for free.  This event is open to you, your friends, and members of your family who think it may be fun.   Cost for the event will be $20/person (payable via Zelle to Bob Loesche or in cash when you arrive at Top Golf), and food is also on your own.  The Brotherhood will cover the cost of beverages.

    If you’re interested in attending or have questions, contact Bob Loesche.  We will need RSVPs by Sunday, June 4.  Responding in advance is strongly encouraged, to make sure we have enough bays and bays that are next to each other.

Contact Us

Howard Oppenheim, President

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