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300 Hillcrest Blvd Hoffman Estates, IL 60169


Beth Tikvah Congregation

Our House of Hope

300 Hillcrest Blvd, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169  


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Men's Club

Thank you!

We had a great turnout on December 10th to hear an update from Cook County Commissioner Timothy Schneider. We give a special thank you to Ron Coppel for making the arrangements.

Sun, Jan 21, 9:00-10:30am

mens club doughnuts and coffeePlease join us for our next breakfast meeting on Sunday, January 21, at 9:00 am in the Chaveyron.

Our only game night in January is Monday the 15th at 7:30 pm

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Happy secular New Year to all from the Beth Tikvah Men’s Club.

Sunday, December 10, 10:00 am

Tim Schneider Cook County Commissioner WEBFollowing the 9:00 am Men's Club Meeting, at 10:00 am the Cook County Commissioner Timothy Schneider will present current information in the Beth Tikvah Chavyeron and will then take questions from those attending until 11:00 am.

This is similar to meetings we have held in the past with our state representatives, and most recently last year with then-candidate, and now elected Congressman, Raja Krishnamoorthi.

This is open to the entire congregation, and is sponsored by the Men's Club and the Social Justice Committee.

Light refreshments will be served.

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Men's Club
President, Joel Sacks

Treasurer, Elliott Rosenberg

The purpose of the Men's Club is to serve in cooperation with Beth Tikvah Congregation in stimulating Jewish religious activities; to foster cultural and educational advancement amongst its membership, the Congregation and the Jewish people at large; to promote through social activities the spirit of comradeship within its midst; to advance the work of Men's Club through affiliation with the The Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs Inc. and the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods.

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The Men's Club is not solely focused on service to the Temple. At monthly activities, members are able to socialize, cultivate friendships, relax and have fun.

Game Night

Some Mondays, 7:30 pm
Come socialize!
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Wine & Juice

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Men's Club provides wine for the Friday night Kiddush, as well as grape juice for the children under Bar/Bat Mitzvah age in attendance.

Brunch with Speaker

Sunday Brunch

Throughout the year, Men's Club presents a series of brunches with enlightening speakers. These are usually held in the temple's chaveyron and are open to the entire congregation. Specific information about each program is publicized in the Tikvahite and on the Beth Tikvah website.

Golf Outing

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The Men's Club hosts an annual scramble golf outing that is open to the entire congregation.

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Gifts

Men's Club is proud to give each Bar/Bat Mitzvah child a Tanach as a remembrance of their achievement and as a reference for learning throughout their lives.

Yellow Candle Program

Yom Hashoah candleMen's Club distributes Yellow Candles to all congregants to memorialize the Holocaust victims. We will not forget! These candles are lit on Yom HaShoah.

Ushering Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur Services

Men's Club wishes everyone arriving at services a healthy and happy new year, checks tickets, distributes prayer books, and assists in collecting food drive bags. 

Sukkah Building

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Rain or shine, the Men's Club assembles the temple sukkah, which the religious school students beautifully decorate. Temple members are welcome to eat meals in the sukkah.

Assisting Other Temple Groups

Men's Club members volunteer their services at various temple functions, including serving as bartenders at the annual Social Action Chili Cook-off and serving dinner at the Sisterhood Women's Passover Seder.