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A Home of Wisdom

Or Chadash is a small yet vibrant Modern Orthodox Community in the heart of Bondi. We are proud to represent the best of Modern Orthodoxy - a home that truly synthesises the modern world with the traditions of Jewish faith, law and culture.

Or Chadash is a place for community, scholarship, and growth.

We are a home of wisdom.

"I have a liking for pioneers, for experimenters, for people who do not follow the crowd. I have always admired the first ones, the early ones, the beginners, the originators. Even in my derashot I prefer to speak about those who defied public opinion, disregarded mockery and ridicule, and blazed new trails leading man to God" - Rabbi J B Soloveitchik

A New Page of Talmud

A New Page of Talmud is an exciting project that takes the concept of the Talmud as a repository of primary, secondary and tertiary intergenerational thinking, creating new ways to explore themes and ideas. The project is based on the weekly Parasha, consisting of A New Page of Talmud source sheet and short companion article.

Click here to view previous weeks' articles or join the group.



We are pleased that OC is able to offer services in a safe and responsible way!

COVID-safe rules remain in place on the shul premises. Please follow the directions to help us optimise our safety inside and outside the building.

If you have been at all unwell, please do not attend. Attendees may be asked standard NSW Department of Health questions as a condition of entry. Hand sanitiser will be available for use. Please adhere to social distancing at all times.

PLEASE NOTEIf you have recently had COVID-19, to attend shul or events at shul, you must have NO SYMPTOMS for 48 hours and be at least ten days post COVID-19 diagnosis irrespective of vaccination status.

Click here to register to attend services at OC

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