Celebrate Sukkot at LBC, with decorating the sukkah, shaking the lulav and etrog, yummy sausage sizzle and more!
26th September 2015
Every month we have a shared lunch after Shabbat morning services. This month, Jerry Winston will be our guest speaker. This is the 50th anniversary of his arrival in Australia. Please bring a plate of non-meat food to share.
Chag Samayach to all. Please join us for Yom Kippur.
Tuesday 22nd September – Kol Nidrei
Wednesday 23rd September
All times on tickets – essential for security
Services lead by Rabbi Jonathan, the community choir and members of our community.
Wishing all our community an easy fast, and a healthy, peaceful and fulfiling New Year in 5776.
7pm, 18th September 2015. Thai Food!
Every month we have a musical evening Shabbat service, which is a less formal and most enjoyable participative service. It’s a great way to bring in the day of rest – lots of songs, psalms, and nigguns to sing along with.
The service is followed by catered meal in the Kiddush Hall, which needs to be pre-booked so we have enough food for all.
Book for dinner HERE
Shana Tova to all. Please join us to bring in the New Year.
Erev Rosh Hashanah – Sunday 13th September
6pm – 7pm Erev service.
Rosh Hashanah – Monday 14th September
10am – 1pm Main Service
11am – 12:30pm Children’s activities
Lead by Rabbi Jonathan together with members of our community.
Wishing all our members, friends and the whole world a healthy, safe and peaceful New Year (apart from the Shofar blowing!)
5th September – 7pm
LBCinema is a program of films chosen for their relevance or interest to our community. Screenings begin at 7pm on a Saturday evening with a brief havdalah service. There is also a brief discussion session after most films. Entry is $10.
Poland 1962. Anna is a beautiful eighteen year old orphan, preparing to become a nun. She learns she has a living relative she must visit before taking her vows, her mother’s sister Wanda. The two women embark on a voyage of discovery of each other and their past. Her aunt, she learns, was a hardline Communist state prosecutor, notorious for sentencing priests and others to death. Anna learns that her real name is Ida, and she sets out on a journey to uncover her roots and confront the truth about her family.
IDA is followed by supper and short s’lichot service with shofar, to help prepare for the New Year. This is a powerful service, finishing by 10pm