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We invite you to worship with us in-person at Shabbat Evening Services at the Schaefer Family Campus with no capacity restrictions!

Face coverings are optional for fully vaccinated individuals at the Schaefer Family Campus (“SFC”), but are mandatory for non-vaccinated individuals unless they are outdoors. We are not requiring proof of vaccination, and trust that the overwhelming majority of the people who enter our buildings are either already vaccinated or will do the right thing and keep their masks on. Please click here for our more detailed reopening plan.


SaturdaySat, 31 JulJuly, 2021

Brotherhood Baseball Outing: New York Yankees at Miami Marlins

Saturday, Jul 31st 6:00p to 10:00pCome on out to the ballpark and enjoy America's favorite past time with Brotherhood. As the song says, "Bring your kiddies, bring your wife…guaranteed to have the time of your life." We'll have a block of mid-level seats down the third base line to cheer on your favorite Marlins or Yankees. Tickets, $36 each, must be reserved & purchased by July 11th. Note: We are not providing transportation so we will meet at the ballpark. If you have questions, contact Mike Sirowitz at 561-314-2841 or


WednesdayWed, 4 AugAugust, 2021
ThursdayThu, 5 AugAugust, 2021

Brotherhood Golf Kickoff Event

Thursday, Aug 5th 7:00p to 9:00p


ThursdayThu, 12 AugAugust, 2021

Brotherhood: Networking Series Kickoff

Thursday, Aug 12th 6:30p to 8:00pTo celebrate the transition back to in-person activities, Brotherhood is inviting interested male TBE members to come together in the Schaefer Family Campus courtyard for a unique networking event. We will share background stories and experiences to help us reacquaint ourselves with each other and make connections.


WednesdayWed, 18 AugAugust, 2021
ThursdayThu, 19 AugAugust, 2021

2022 Civil Rights Journey Informational Meeting

Thursday, Aug 19th 7:00p to 8:30pJoin Temple Beth El as we return to the Deep South for our second Civil Rights Journey. As a community we have been exploring how race and racial inequity have influenced our nation, and this is an eye-opening experience on our history and the unique role that Americans Jews can and do play. Contact Rabbi Greg Weisman at gweisman@ or 561-391-8900 with any questions.


WednesdayWed, 25 AugAugust, 2021


Sat, July 24 2021 15 Av 5781