The Brotherhood offers opportunities to expand your circle of friends, become involved in our community, participate in exciting activities and contribute to our Congregation. Long-lasting friendships are made here!
For over 100 years, the Brotherhood has consistently evolved to provide meaningful and engaging programs. Today, the Brotherhood is continuing to evolve. We offer programs and opportunities for Brotherhood and non-Brotherhood members of all ages to learn, laugh, help others and most importantly have lots of fun.
Whether it is:
- Attending sporting events such as Orioles baseball games
- Hosting dinner meetings featuring performers from organizations such as the Baltimore Choral Arts Society and the Peabody Institute
- Enjoying our Brotherhood breakfast series featuring traditional Jewish breakfast food (including bagels and lox of course) and engaging speakers from a broad spectrum of our society
- Social events
- Volunteering at Manna House helping the homeless and poor of Baltimore City
- Ushering at Shabbat and Holiday services
- Supporting BHC’s youth education programs
There is a place for everyone in the Brotherhood.
|How much are dues and what do I get for them?|
Dues are $50 per year and are billed through the BHC office. Dues include dinner meetings and the breakfast series.
|Isn’t Brotherhood just for “old” people?|
NO! We an exciting and dynamic group of members of all ages including those who are young and young at heart.
|Can non-Brotherhood members attend events?|
Absolutely! There is a small fee, depending on the event, charged to cover costs.
|What about Special Dietary Requirements?|
Unfortunately, we do not have the resources to respond to specific individual needs. In general, all dinners, as well as the Passover Seder, offer a vegetarian option. The food at the Breakfast series is dairy (bagels, lox, cream cheese, eggs, etc.). However, please be aware that the BHC kitchen is shared by many organizations and maybe exposed to ingredients that are allergens to some people – such as peanuts, tree nuts, gluten and soy. We do not have the facilities or resources to ensure that trace amounts of allergens are not present in our food.
|What other programs and activities is the Brotherhood considering?|
Member engagement and the ability to meet member expectations is very important to us. We realize that our members’ interests and preferences are constantly evolving. That is why we conduct a bi-annual survey. The survey directly shapes the programs and activities offered by the Brotherhood. Ideas from members new and old are always encouraged.
What are some of the programs and activities we are exploring?
To learn more, please contact our Brotherhood President, Danny Duhan at email@example.com.