UPJ BIENNIAL 17-20 November 2022 – UPJ Biennial, Sydney

UPJ BIENNIAL 17-20 November 2022 – UPJ Biennial, Sydney

UPJ Biennial to feature world leader on climate change. “We are Jewish in what we do. We don’t just read Torah, we are Torah. We write on the scroll of our days as practitioners of vibrant, diverse, and meaningful Progressive lives. We lead Jewish lives rooted in our...

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Mazaltov to you all!

Mazal tov Jacob, Rabbi Dean and Beth shalom community. I remember baby Jacob crawling around the synagogue. Much love from the Livschitz clan

Mazal tov! Beautiful photos of your family. May he grow in the teachings of the Torah, including humility,kindness, compassion,and love. Hope to join you for services when back in Aotearoa.

Beautiful, Mazal Tov, may his life be filled with adventures, love and good deeds 💕

Gorgeous photos and what a meaningful celebration

mazel Tov to you all.

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Friday 23 December Erev Shabbat and 6th night Hanukkah candle lighting followed by our annual Hanukkah Party.

Just a reminder that we have some congregants with acute food allergies. Please don’t bring strawberries to any potluck meal or food that needs to be re-heated that contains garlic.
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Friday 23 December Erev Shabbat and 6th night Hanukkah candle lighting followed by our annual Hanukkah Party.

Just a reminder that we have some congregants with acute food allergies. Please don’t bring strawberries to any potluck meal or food that needs to be re-heated that contains garlic.

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We will be in Australia this year, my favourite tradition is admiring everyone’s Hannukiah on Hannukah. Can’t wait to see this years photos 🥰

Sunday 18 December 2.30-5pm
Beth Shalom welcomes members to a pre-Hanukah picnic in Cornwall Park for our LGBTQ+ community.
Where: Cornwall Park - picnic area behind the Cafe in sight of the Band Rotunda. Enter the park from the Greenlane West entrance and turn left at the first big roundabout.
What to bring: A picnic mat and some food to share and drinks.
RSVP: Beth Shalom Office, [email protected]
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Sunday 18 December 2.30-5pm 
Beth Shalom welcomes members to a pre-Hanukah picnic in Cornwall Park for our LGBTQ+ community.
Where: Cornwall Park - picnic area behind the Cafe in sight of the Band Rotunda. Enter the park from the Greenlane West entrance and turn left at the first big roundabout.
What to bring: A picnic mat and some food to share and drinks.
RSVP: Beth Shalom Office, office@bethshalom.org.nz

The Children of Abraham annual meeting held this year at the Holy Trinity Cathedral was so enjoyable last night. We had a panel discussion with Jules Gaddie representing Judaism, Rev Richard Bonifant representing Christianity and Dr Salih Yucel representing Islam. Rev Ivica Gregurec posed a series of questions and each responded in relation to their own faith. You can hear it on YouTube through this link:
www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=51tKQfpBciw
Organising team with our speakers: From left to right, Sahib Rasulov (PIF), Naomi Johnson (Beth Shalom), Jules Gaddie (Jewish speaker), Rev Richard Bonifant (Christian speaker) Dr Salih Yuycel (Muslim speaker), Rev Ivica Gregurec, host.
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The Children of Abraham annual meeting held this year at the Holy Trinity Cathedral was so enjoyable last night. We had a panel discussion with Jules Gaddie representing Judaism, Rev Richard Bonifant representing Christianity and Dr Salih Yucel representing Islam. Rev Ivica Gregurec posed a series of questions and each responded in relation to their own faith. You can hear it on YouTube through this link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=51tKQfpBciw
Organising team with our speakers: From left to right, Sahib Rasulov (PIF), Naomi Johnson (Beth Shalom), Jules Gaddie (Jewish speaker), Rev Richard Bonifant (Christian speaker) Dr Salih Yuycel (Muslim speaker), Rev Ivica Gregurec, host.

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So wonderful to come together, to share and to learn from each other. Blessings to you all😆😆

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