Men of Reform Judaism

The Men of Reform Judaism at WRT (formally the Men’s Club) is a fellowship of men who aspire to Tikkun Hanefesh (Self Improvement) and Tikkun Olam (Repair of the World).  MRJ at WRT is a group who provide intellect, vision and develop spirit. Our members recognize their obligation to our Jewish heritage and values.

Our events range from fun outings to meaningful speakers/discussions to impactful community services.  There is something for everyone and if not, let us know and we will do it! Contact our board at

Click here to view the revised Constitution of the Men of Reform Judaism of WRT.







Men of Reform Judaism Board Meeting
Tuesday, May 3 at 6:30 pm
Click here to let us know you will be joining us. Returning to our in person meetings, we will serve sandwiches and snacks at 6:30. Our business will conclude by 8:00 PM. We will then be able to hear Andrew Rehfeld, President of HUC-JIR talk to us about the closing of the Cincinnati campus via Zoom.Next meeting is scheduled for June 7.
Jewish Genealogy
Thursday, May 5 at 7:30 pm
Click here and let us know you will be joining us. Jeff Levin, using a Power Point Presentation and the Internet, will give us a basic introduction to Jewish genealogical research in how to get started with exploring your family roots. The presentation will describe how to get started and how to build your family tree.  
Men of Reform Judaism Board Meeting
Tuesday, June 7, 7:30 pm to 9:00 pmThis will be our last official meeting of the 2021-2022 year. The results of our election of Officers and Trustees will approved. A review of activities of this year and the plans for next year will be discussed.  
Annual Men of Reform Judaism Brotherhood Award
Friday, June 10 at 6:15 pm
Click here let us know you will be joining us. Scott Silberfein, following in a long line of distinguished honoree’s is a WRT executive, trustee, and active participant or leader in countless Temple activities. He has been active in Scarsdale, Jewish and other local and national community service functions and is an officer of the Westchester/Fairfield Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. 
End of the Year Dinner
To be Determined

Our tradition is to go out for dinner to end the activities of the year by toasting and celebrating the friendships and comradeships that have developed and been enhanced during the year.

Men of Reform Judaism Events
We welcome all community members interested in developing new friendships and participating in activities which will enhance comradeship and provide meaningful service to the Temple and the community. Click on the photos below to see what we have done so far.