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CHANGE OF DATE: Tu B'Shevat Seder has been postponed until Sunday 26 February seeing the weather is so unsettled. ... See MoreSee Less

CHANGE OF DATE:  Tu BShevat Seder has been postponed until Sunday 26 February seeing the weather is so unsettled.

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Sunday night February 5: Tu Bishvat - The Festival of Trees Holiday info: www.jewishaustralia.com/JWL/tubishvat.asp Holiday songs + dances: jewishaustralia.com/tubishvat-songsanddances.asp

This weekend’s services will be online only - both Erev Shabbat (3 February) and Shabbat morning (4 February). Please join us for some warmth, community, and beauty from the comfort and safety of your own home. ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend’s services will be online only - both Erev Shabbat (3 February) and Shabbat morning (4 February). Please join us for some warmth, community, and beauty from the comfort and safety of your own home.

OP SHOP PURIM PARTY, MARKET, PARADE AND SPIEL. This year's theme is 'op-shop' Purim. We encourage people to not buy new costumes but get creative with what they have. ... See MoreSee Less

OP SHOP PURIM PARTY, MARKET, PARADE AND SPIEL.  This years theme is op-shop Purim. We encourage people to not buy new costumes but get creative with what they have.

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Wow what a transformation! Thank you to the fantastic volunteers 👏❤️

Maazel tov on the cleanup!

Omg. Be safe!

Please take care

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I think I'll have to frog my sock. Sigh. That's ok - all good learning.

Auckland's Devastating Flooding - Beth Shalom's Community Response

On Friday 27 January, water was close to 1 metre deep on Manukau Road. The contingent of community members who were at shul for Shabbat service, including Rabbi Dean and his family, had a harrowing journey home, with some unable to start their cars due to irreparable water damage.

As the weekend continued, Community Care reached out to our most vulnerable. Two retired members experienced water ingress to the downstairs of their homes and two households were evacuated, uncertain of whether they will be able to return.

Community Care is busy supporting our community members with daily phone calls and helping people to navigate support services. In the coming weeks when we know the extent of the damage, B&B will be doing a donation drive to help replace damaged household items.

Meir Alfassi and the Jewish Student Volunteers did a wonderful job of tidying Beth Shalom's grounds on Monday 30 January, with Meir undertaking daily checks of the shule.

The Jewish Student Volunteers are a newly formed small group made up of Beth Shalom Youth Members, Habonim Madrichmot and Moshe House residents. This group of young people have raised up their hands to support community members affected by flooding. In the coming weeks, the crew are offering to assist community members. For more information either to help out as a JSV or for their assistance, please email [email protected]
If you need support please contact [email protected] so you can be directed to Community Care or B&B.

Kate Bukowski
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Meir says Viv Josephs and the JSV group did an amazing job. Thanks to Shane Sampson as well for helping with the make do sandbags. Meirs machsan (bottomless shed!) had coffee sacks and a big bin full of sand! 😊

Blessings to and prayers for everyone at this challenging time.

Stay safe! We would love to help if needed.

Thinking of you all as we read the news from NZ! You are in our thoughts and prayers, Stay safe! Udi & Osnat

Jude Berman,כל הכבוד

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