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The Jewish Book Club ZOOM meeting:
MAY 16th 1:00pm-2:30pm
To join our meeting email Esther for her ZOOM link:
[email protected]

For more information email Sharon Morris:
[email protected]
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The Jewish Book Club ZOOM meeting:
MAY 16th 1:00pm-2:30pm
To join our meeting email Esther for her ZOOM link: 
estherzeland@gmail.com

For more information email Sharon Morris:
sp@canada.kiwi.nz

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SORRY CANT MAKE IT AT THAT TIME SONJA

Hi all, we’re introducing a couple of changes to our comms at the moment that we want to update you on:
1) The fantastic Naomi has been writer/editor of our "Upcoming events and services” email for a long time and is now stepping back from this role, so this email may be a bit different.
2) From now, you should no longer receive the Luach and Weekly Digest emails, as we are trying to cut down on the number of emails you receive from Beth Shalom. All the information you need will be sent to you in the "Upcoming events and services” email.
If you have any feedback about these changes, please contact Christine at the office ([email protected]). We’d also love to hear from you if you’re interested in helping out with some of the writing/editing of the "Upcoming events and services” email!
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Shabbat Kat is now on 7th May
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Beth Shalom Progressive Congregation

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Our picnic seder was snowed out!!! We are farewelling Passover with our seder game Friday afternoon. Haha! The best laid plans…

Beth Shalom Supports the Bat Mitzvah Programme in Israel

On 19 March 2022 Beth Shalom will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the first American girl to have a Bat Mitzvah. It was the Bat Mitzvah of Judith Kaplan in 1922.

All our Beth Shalom daughters have the opportunity to become Bat Mitzvah. We simply take this for granted. Let’s now support the Bat Mitzvah Programme to see the same opportunities exist for our fellow sisters and daughters in Israel.

To show your support please donate through Beth Shalom, marking your donation as “Bat Mitzvah”. Beth Shalom will forward on your behalf what we collect and will even top it up a little.

For the first time, Progressive Jewish women across Australia and New Zealand are joining together to donate to a unique project in support of our sisters and daughters in Israel. We believe girls should have the same rights and opportunities as their brothers: to feel important; to feel they matter.

A cornerstone of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism’s Bat Mitzvah program is participation in a mother and daughter course. Together with a Rabbi, the program teaches Jewish education and thought, prepares girls to read Torah, and explores the importance of the Jewish coming of age.

It empowers young girls to develop their own Jewish identify, be inspired by Progressive values and key female figures in Judaism, and fosters youth leadership. Girls are encouraged to use their newly-acquired skills through participation in local Tikkun Olam community projects.

The annual cost of this program in Israel is $100,000. It costs $300 to support one girl to complete her Bat Mitzvah.

Please give generously to this worthy programme. Our collection will close on 31 March 2022.
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Beth Shalom Supports the Bat Mitzvah Programme in Israel

On 19 March 2022 Beth Shalom will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the first American girl to have a Bat Mitzvah. It was the Bat Mitzvah of Judith Kaplan in 1922.

All our Beth Shalom daughters have the opportunity to become Bat Mitzvah. We simply take this for granted. Let’s now support the Bat Mitzvah Programme to see the same opportunities exist for our fellow sisters and daughters in Israel. 

To show your support please donate through Beth Shalom, marking your donation as “Bat Mitzvah”.  Beth Shalom will forward on your behalf what we collect and will even top it up a little. 

For the first time, Progressive Jewish women across Australia and New Zealand are joining together to donate to a unique project in support of our sisters and daughters in Israel. We believe girls should have the same rights and opportunities as their brothers: to feel important; to feel they matter.
 
A cornerstone of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism’s Bat Mitzvah program is participation in a mother and daughter course. Together with a Rabbi, the program teaches Jewish education and thought, prepares girls to read Torah, and explores the importance of the Jewish coming of age.
 
It empowers young girls to develop their own Jewish identify, be inspired by Progressive values and key female figures in Judaism, and fosters youth leadership. Girls are encouraged to use their newly-acquired skills through participation in local Tikkun Olam community projects.
 
The annual cost of this program in Israel is $100,000. It costs $300 to support one girl to complete her Bat Mitzvah.

Please give generously to this worthy programme. Our collection will close on 31 March 2022.
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