Final Jewish Book Club meeting for the year

Final Jewish Book Club meeting for the year

The Jewish Book Club is holding its final meeting of 2019, Monday 16th December. Our book for December is: The Rise of David Levinsky by Abraham Cahan Shelagh Coop is facilitating the discussion. We are meeting at 10:30am in Mt Albert at Sonja Rosen’s home.   Please...

Sat, 14 December 2019
  • Shabbat service

    Sat, 14 December 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Tue, 17 December 2019
Thu, 19 December 2019
  • Bat Mitzvah rehearsal

    Thu, 19 December 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah tutoring in hall/library

    Thu, 19 December 2019 @ 3:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Fri, 20 December 2019
  • NO Erev Shabbat service

    Fri, 20 December 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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Sat, 21 December 2019
  • Bat Mitzvah Agam Aharon

    Sat, 21 December 2019 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am

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  • Shabbat service

    Sat, 21 December 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Can you play guitar or the piano?   We are looking for a person to play at our Hanukkah service on 22 December. We have the sheet music for 5 Hanukkah songs provided by Rabbi Dean. If you would like to provide the accompaniment please contact Naomi Johnson or the office.
Dishwashing team vacancy - our regular much appreciated dishwashers have retired.  This is a paid position (preferably two people) so if there is anyone in the community who is available on pot luck dinner nights as well as Pesach and other special events, please contact the office.  First booking is Chanukah on Sunday 22nd December. Please contact: office@bethshalom.org.nz

Deb Filler returns: Internationally acclaimed Kiwi Jewish actor, comic, musician and writer Deb Filler, home performing for the first time in years, brings us this charming, poignant, multi-media, world-wide hit. After delighting audiences in London, Toronto, New York, Vancouver, DC, Sydney, Jerusalem, L.A., etc. Deb, a brilliant storyteller, will delight audiences with these (mostly) true stories of how deeply music affects our lives. As she drives a car service in New York City, she takes us on a truly incredible ride with Leonard Cohen, reducing the venerable Canadian folksinger to tears of laughter. Her freshly told (on the big screen with their award winning film) story of meeting Leonard Bernstein in the Auckland Town Hall as a teen, bringing him hot challah bread from her father, a survivor of the Holocaust who heard Bernstein play Rhapsody in Blue in Displaced Persons' Camp after the war, is nothing short of extraordinary. What happens next is unbelievable.
With only a guitar and a raft of lovable characters, Deb is a one-woman, tour de force in this jam-packed, music and humour-filled show. Fresh from the Stratford Theatre Festival, The Handmaid’s Tale, baking challah bread worldwide in Filler Up!, or playing 36 characters in Punch Me in the Stomach, Deb is a masterful story-teller. The evening is ‘fillered’ with joyful, inspired characters, music and hope.
A do not miss. FEBRUARY 18-22, Q THEATRE, 7:30pm. Qtheatre.co.nz, 09 309-9771
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Deb Filler returns: Internationally acclaimed Kiwi Jewish actor, comic, musician and writer Deb Filler, home performing for the first time in years, brings us this charming, poignant, multi-media, world-wide hit. After delighting audiences in London, Toronto, New York, Vancouver, DC, Sydney, Jerusalem, L.A., etc. Deb, a brilliant storyteller, will delight audiences with these (mostly) true stories of how deeply music affects our lives. As she drives a car service in New York City, she takes us on a truly incredible ride with Leonard Cohen, reducing the venerable Canadian folksinger to tears of laughter. Her freshly told (on the big screen with their award winning film) story of meeting Leonard Bernstein in the Auckland Town Hall as a teen, bringing him hot challah bread from her father, a survivor of the Holocaust who heard Bernstein play Rhapsody in Blue in Displaced Persons Camp after the war, is nothing short of extraordinary. What happens next is unbelievable. 
With only a guitar and a raft of lovable characters, Deb is a one-woman, tour de force in this jam-packed, music and humour-filled show. Fresh from the Stratford Theatre Festival, The Handmaid’s Tale, baking challah bread worldwide in Filler Up!, or playing 36 characters in Punch Me in the Stomach, Deb is a masterful story-teller. The evening is ‘fillered’ with joyful, inspired characters, music and hope. 
A do not miss. FEBRUARY 18-22, Q THEATRE, 7:30pm. Qtheatre.co.nz,  09 309-9771
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