Friday June 16, 5:00PM
Please join us for a short erev-Shabbat service with singing, candle-lighting and challah. This service is aimed at preschool and early primary school aged children with their families
Guarding the Galilee – A massive and beautiful area of Queensland could soon be the largest coal mining area in the world. Come and watch this powerful documentary to see why it is such an important and ethical issue. Plus The Mand Who Planted Trees – an inspirational Oscar-winning short animated film. Entry $10.
Register your interest to receive an invitation to our popular Members’ Brunch. Please register as soon as possible, even if you are not sure you can come. You can let us know later if things change and you can’t come. Children and teenagers are most welcome. The committee will place you with other families with children of similar ages. Book via trybooking
Please let us know if you can host a brunch.
Join us for an exciting evening of Shavuot learning and celebrations! Cheesecake and evening study with presentations on this year’s theme, 1492 CE:
- Was Christopher Columbus Jewish?
- The first Jewish Bible was printed
- Expulsion of Jews and Muslims from Spain & Sicily
- Sultan Bayazid II & the Jews
So you think you have the perfect cheesecake recipe? Win a large hamper of goodies if judge Rita Erlich thinks your cheesecake is the best in town!
Entry fee $5 donation. Recipes must be provided with each entry (for judge to see only). Cakes to be delivered between 7-8PM. All proceeds to charity.
Donald Trump made many promises for his first days in office. We invite you to join us for a discussion led by Rabbi Jonathan Keren-Black on the events of the first 120 days of the Trump presidency. Has he begun to deliver on his promises? And at what cost?
Free entry. Please RSVP to the office by 19 May if coming.