Sunday 17 June, 10:30am
with Mannie Gross
How did Halacha originate? Mannie will discuss the history in terms of how the Written and Oral Laws developed and whether, in order justify the Oral Law, did the rabbis tell a “porky”?
Saturday 16 June, 7pm
Just like a Bush Dance, but East European! With Bohemian Nights and caller Audrey Fine.
A fun night for all ages, non-partnered dancing and beginners welcome – only $15 for LBC Members, $20 for non-members
Welcome in the day of rest with our musical Shabbat service, led by Naomi & Adam. Join us for a tasty catered Chinese vegetarian Shabbat dinner after the service. Bookings essential for dinner.
There Is More Than One Way To Be Jewish. In more recent times a variety of new strands and expressions of Judaism have developed including Reconstructionism which Rabbi Shoshana Kaminsky will address, Atheist-Humanist which Mark Cherny will talk to, and Rebecca Forgasz will look at Secular-Cultural Jewish identity. There is of course a great history in common and a lot of overlap but also a richness and diversity of what we might call ‘grown-up Judaism’! And there will be time for your questions!
Sunday 3 June, 2:00PM
Join us for this panel discussion with guest speakers at the forefront of research into ageing. Topics covered include Dementia and Memory Issues in Older people, Skin and Wound Management and Healthy Eating in Ageing. There will be a time for questions. Refreshments will be served. A small note donation is invited.