Service Times:
9:15 Shacharit
10:00 Children's Service
Rabbi Franklin will facilitate an interactive shiur following services.
Welcome to Or Chadash!

Modern Orthodox community in Sydney where
all are welcome.
If you are in need of Shabbat hospitality, please
contact
Lior Misrachi and let us know:
Your name
Number of adults
Number of children
Dates/meals required
Contact phone #
Contact email address
Any special dietary requirements

Monday Evening Shiur
Jonathan Erlich is hosting a chevrutah on Monday nights at 8:30pm at his house. If you are interested, contact him directly.
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Upcoming Events
28 July: Yossi Klein Halevi is the Shalom Institute's Ervin Graf Memorial Oration guest speaker. Most recently the author of the stunning book Like Dreamers, he is an exceptional writer and commentator, His topic: 'The delegitimisation challenge: The forecast for the Jewish State.' Support Shalom and be part of this exciting event. At the Four Seasons Hotel, 7 pm drinks and 7.30 pm dinner; $135/ticket. Bookings: 9381 4000
28-30 November: Enjoyed Limmud Oz or Yom Limmud? Consider a weekend of learning delights at Limmud Fest.
Announcements
Friday 18 July
Happy birthday to Michael Misrachi, Sam Lieb, Shaun Jackson and Mindy Klahr!
Mazel tov to Jack and Miriam Stein and family on the birth of a grandson; son to David and Rivka Stein in New York!

Sunday 29 June 2014
We wish the Seemann-Charak family a long life upon the passing of John Seemann. The funeral will be at Chevra Kadisha 2pm Monday 30 June 2014. More details and minyan times on Chevra Kadisha website.
Happy birthday Keren Turtledove, David Miller, Yaron Samuel and Zac Samuel.
Thank you to everyone who provided meals to the Klimans and Lopis' over the past few weeks.

We are now collecting membership payments for the second half of the current year. If you are a current member, you will receive an invoice shortly. If you are not a current member, but would like to be, please let us know.

Or Chadash is proud to be a part of Project Zug. Project Zug is an innovative Israel-based international initiative that would love to engage you in hevruta learning using modern technology. Project Zug will pair you up with someone from elsewhere around the world to learn at your own level in a language that is comfortable for you. Each pair will schedule their own online video conversation at a time convenient to their schedules. Go to www.projectzug.org for further details. Please contact us if you would like to be involved.