Service Times: 9:15 Shacharit
10:00 Children's Service
Rabbi Franklin will facilitate an interactive shiur following services.
Welcome to Or Chadash!
Orthodox community in Sydney where
all are welcome. If you are in need of
Shabbat hospitality, please
contact Lior Misrachiand let us know:
Number of adults
Number of children
Contact phone #
Contact email address
Any special dietary requirements
Shiur Jonathan Erlich is hosting a chevrutah on Monday nights at 8:30pm at his house.
Mazal tov to Itai Klahr on his bar mitzvah! Itai Klahr will be celebrating his bar mitzvah on 14/12/13, and Or Chadash services will be held in the John Saunders Hall (upstairs) at Central Synagogue at 8:45am. Note that services will not be held at BJE on this day. Itai will be leyning the whole parasha and giving a d'var Torah followed by Rabbi Freedman. The Klahr family are sponsoring a pareve kiddush.
Or Chadash will be teaming up with Mizrachi 21 December to 11 January on Shabbat mornings at 339 Old South Head Rd. We will return to our usual location 56 Roscoe St on 18 January.
Thursday 5 December 2013
Happy birthday Itai Klahr and Maoz Klahr!
Friday 29 November 2013
Happy birthday Rabbi Freedman, Noam Orski and Jacob Joshua!
Monday 25 November 2013
Happy birthday to Meir Sterling!
Welcome back David and Jessica Century, who are visiting for the next few weeks!
Friday 15 November 2013
Or Chadash wishes a long life to Leon and Judy Simons, Shoshana Eisner, R. Danny Simons, Mindy Klahr, Naomi Elbinger and the extended Simons clan on the passing this week of Leon's mother, Olga Simons.
Happy birthday to Robyn Solomon, and mazal tov to Itai Klahr on his bar mitzvah!
Be part of Sydney's unique Jewish music festival. Sunday 1 December, Bondi Pavilion. See www.shirmadness.com for more details and to book.
Friday 8 November 2013
Happy birthday Davi, Alan, Jacquie, and Shelley!
Friday 1 November 2013
Happy birthday to Sara and Grace!
Rabbi Royce (Yerachmiel) Isacowitz would like to introduce you to an initiative to provide high calibre Torah learning to the Sydney community. His goal is to provide learners (adults and children) with skills and tools essential for independent learning. What you can expect:
development of reading, questioning and deduction skills, familiarity with primary sections of Torah; Tanach, Talmud and Halacha, correct utilisation of commentaries, identifying your unique voice in Torah, one-to-one or group student-centred learning, and Bar/Bat Mitzvah lessons and supplementary Jewish education (all levels). His specialist training in the Lithuanian tradition, extensive personal study and learning design skills, combined with a contemporary outlook ensure engaging and effective programs. With the prevalence of information-based or principle-based (receptive) learning, the best way to distinguish knowledge-based Torah learning (productive) is through immersive experience and he is happy to offer trial programs to interested parties. For more information and to discuss this unique opportunity please contact him: 0418 656 688 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sydney Jewish Museum, in conjunction with The Department of Hebrew,
Biblical and Jewish Studies, University of
Sydney, The Shalom Institute and Mandelbaum House is delighted to invite you to
attend the Holocaust Studies
International Lecture Series. Hear some of the world's most influential
historians speak about the Holocaust and Jewish
here for further
Shalom Institute and Moishe
House are partnering
to bring Moishe House to Sydney. They are looking to get applications
from 3-5 Jewish young adults, aged 22-30 who would like to live together and
receive a 50-75% rent subsidy in exchange
for doing 5-7+ programmes per month in their own home. Contact Joel Stanley at