Katherine Levi is former CEO of the Australian Council for Children and Youth Organisations (ACCYO), with over 25 years of experience as a professional social worker and a trainer.
Katherine will speak about the relevance of LBC’s new Child Protection Policy to all members of the community. She will discuss the important key elements of the policy, it’s underlying philosophy and what it aims to achieve once enacted. Katherine will answer questions from the congregation in relation to keeping children safe in our organisations.
Please register urgently for our popular Annual LBC Brunch on Sunday 21 February 2016, to be held in your area (don’t worry if you need to cancel later). Children and teenagers are most welcome and families will be grouped, where possible, by age. Don’t forget to diarise the date in next year’s calendar. If you are able to host a brunch, please let the office know – phone 9819 7160. For an invitation click here
Bring in the day of rest with some beautiful melodies at Shabbat Unplugged. Followed by a tasty “Chinese” vegetarian Shabbat meal. Bookings for dinner only, required by 5pm on Friday 19th February. Book now!
Jessica Bellamy joined the Leo Baeck Centre team in January as our new Youth Engagement Worker.
Jessica’s first activity at LBC will be Play in a Day on Saturday 13 February from 2pm, with a showing for family members at 7pm. This will be a day of creative exploration and play building for people aged 14-18 years – beginners as well as budding Shakespeares – culminating in a final performance for family members. (If you are older than 18 and want to participate, you are still welcome). Bring a favourite song or piece of music to use as inspiration.
$10 per participant, including afternoon tea and pizza dinner.
Book at http://www.trybooking.com/KCHS