A Chavurah (chavurot in Hebrew plural) offers its members an opportunity to create smaller communal connections that are dedicated to sharing, celebrating and schmoozing. These chavurot are often set up along particular lines of interest, but not exclusively so. We have groups for families with young children, for example, as well as groups based on location (Chino Hills, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga).
All TBI members are encouraged to join a Chavurah. Over 15 Chavurot are currently active with new ones always under development. Especially effective for those new to our community, the Chavurah program can give you an instant connection into the TBI Family. To learn how to join a Chavurah, please click here to download the form.
Over the years, Temple Beth Israel Chavurot have enjoyed:
- Sharing Shabbat
- Picking apples in Oak Glen
- Going to local museums
- Listening about a shtetl trip
- Sharing in B’nei Mitzvah celebrations
- Going on outings to interesting area locations
- Ushering at religious services
- Picnicking on the beach
- Sports outings
- Celebrating break-fast at close of Yom Kippur
- Dressing up for Purim
- Creating creative Seders
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the TBI Office.
Download the Chavurah Form