All posts tagged North Shore Synagogue

‘It’s about who is a Jew’

NINE Sydney rabbis have joined forces to back Moriah College’s policy of only accepting students who are Jewish according to Orthodox halachah.

New initiative promotes Jewish life over the bridge

WITH the cost of living in Sydney's east continuing to rise, seven Jewish organisations on the north shore have launched a new initiative that aims to attract young families over the bridge.

Ehrlich’s tremendous legacy

Tributes have flowed in for communal stalwart Professor Frederick Ehrlich, who passed away on November 2, aged 85.

We won’t be ‘cowed by political correctness’

THE launch event of a new group called the Australian Jewish Association (AJA) will go ahead, despite being booted out of Melbourne's Beth Weizmann Community Centre.

Rabbis back refugees

TWELVE Sydney rabbis have joined their interstate counterparts in calling on the federal government not to deport 267 asylum seekers to Nauru.

Govt grants a boon for community

JEWISH organisations have benefitted to the tune of over $80,000 in the latest round of NSW government Community Building Partnership funding.

Chief Rabbi inspires in Sydney

WE should always be proud of our Judaism. That was the message from the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, Ephraim Mirvis, who spoke to students

Masada to farewell Lindfield

MASADA College is set to sell off or lease its Lindfield campus, the site where it first opened in 1966, in an attempt to secure its long-term future and that of the north shore community.