Brotherhood

From an annual poker tournament to ushering the High Holy Days, the TKT Brotherhood enhances Jewish community. We provide social, fraternal, cultural, Tikkun Olam, and educational opportunities for men within our synagogue as well as for the congregation as a whole.  Here are just some of the events we are involved with. We hope you'll join us. 

Sukkah Building

Each year the brotherhood gets involved to build and take down our community Sukkah. 

Men's Passover Seder

An afternoon where the men consider topics related to the current state of the world and how men today navigate everyday life. 

Informal House Chefs

From grilling hot dogs, distributing ice cream at Sunday School or selling food for the Purim Carnival, our 'chefs' are always willing to lend a hand.

For our B'nei Mitzvah

Providing B'nei Mitzvah students with honorary gifts is a core part of our commitment to the future of our congregation. 

Supporting our School

Our Brotherhood supports the school by providing our students with age appropriate Holocaust materials for discussion and learning. 

Yom Hashoah Candles

Never forgetting the horrors of the Holocaust we distribute candles to all as we remember in solidarity. 

If you are interested in learning more or would like to join us, please contact the temple office at 704-987-9980 or complete the form below. 

Yom Hashoah Candle Program

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Light your candle on Wednesday Night April 27th, 2022

As you light your candle in remembrance of the Holocaust, please recite the following meditation

As I light this Yellow Candle, I vow never to forget the lives of the Jewish men, women, and children who were martyred and are symbolized by this flame. They were tortured and brutalized by human beings who acted like beasts; their lives were taken in cruelty.
May we be inspired to learn more about our six million brothers and sisters as individuals and as 
communities, to recall their memory throughout the year, so that they will not suffer a double death.
May we recall not only the terror of their deaths, but also the splendor of their lives.
May the memory of their lives inspire us to hallow our own lives and to live meaningful Jewish lives so that we may help to insure that part of who they were shall endure always.