Men's Chaverim Group
As men, many of us have been conditioned to refrain from talking about personal issues with others.
We established Chaverim (meaning "friends" in Hebrew) as a community for men and those who identify as male to foster a welcoming space where we can freely converse about aspects of our lives that we typically do not share freely with others.
At each meeting we delve into a specific subject, focusing on topics such health, racial justice, interfaith relationships, and physical exercise, among others. Regardless of the topic, our group members actively engage in sharing our experiences and emotions, enjoying moments of laughter together, and demonstrating genuine respect for each other's perspectives.
Chaverim meets on the second Sunday of each month at 10:00 am PT, via Zoom, and meets in person once every quarter.
We extend a warm welcome to anyone who might be interested in participating, regardless of religious background, identity, or familiarity with Judaism. If you're considering joining us, please reach out to Sandy Warren to learn more. Feel free to attend a session as a trial to see if it's a good fit for you.