The Beth Tfiloh Brotherhood is more than a Men's Club. A vital, active, function of this modern orthodox congregation, its members support a wide variety of activities. The financial support given to the synagogue and school by the Brotherhood supplies critical funding throughout the campus.


To find out more about the Brotherhood, please contact us at or call 410-486-1900 ext 238.


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Brotherhood News

List of 2 news stories.


Brotherhood Officers & Board

President: Ed Kelly
1st VP: Steve Venick
2nd VP: Steve Goloskov
Secretary: Harold Taylor
Asst Secy: Charles Karp
Treasurer: Jeff Gilden
Board 1 Year:
Michael Bressler, Howard Cohen, Harvey Davidoff, Irv Kalb, Arnold Maltinsky, Daniel Pearl, Alan Sandler, Yanky Schorr
Board 2 Years:
Robert Cohen, Steve Hercenberg, Rob Hirschmann, Sheldon Polun, Morris Rosen, Sidney Schlachman, Harold Smullian, Avi Sommer
Board 3 Years:
Andy Diamond, larry Feldman, Herb Gendason, Julian Hammond, Amichai Katz, Harry Kessler, Michael Pearl, Morris, Schechman, Fred Schnererman, Neal Sweren, Rabbi Chaim Wecker, Jon Wolhberg
Past Presidents:
Richard Goldsmith, Charles Jay, Louis Baer, Marc Leavey, Ken Hornstein, Frank Blatt, Sidney Cohen, Jay Danick, Harry Sommer, David Schwartz, Mark Eisen, Howard Davidov, Jacob Miliman, Lester Belsky, Stanley Aronoff


  • Be part of the Brotherhood Rebirth!

    For less than a dime a day, membership in the Brotherhood gets you involved at all levels of Beth Tfiiloh, from the school to the shul, from the camp to the campus. Its a great way to meet and network with others.  By supporting the Brotherhood, you support the foundation of the shul, and the Brotherhood supports the shul functions you enjoy. If you're not a member, why not? Please call us at 410-486-1900 ext 238, or just tell the shul office to sign you up!
Beth Tfiloh Congregation
Roz & Marvin H. Weiner Family Campus | 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 | 410-486-1900 |
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One of the leading Modern Orthodox synagogues in America, with a diverse membership, and an extensive offering of religious services, classes and year-round Jewish programming for all ages.