All posts tagged North Shore Temple Emanuel

Stalwart mourned

FRANK Wolf has been remembered as an astute businessman, an important communal figure, a generous donor and a humble and kind family man.

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.

Conflict at Kehillat Masada

IN what is believed to be a first in Jewish adult education in Australia, Rabbi Gad Krebs from Kehillat Masada has created a series of talks, debates and discussions designed to make people feel uncomfortable - at least initially.

Massive increase from NSW Government

A CONCERTED effort by the community to access NSW government grants has seen a 200 per cent increase in the last 12 months.

Students build bridges

JEWISH university students joined Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and other young people of different faiths at Saint Sabina College in Strathfield on August 20 for the largest interfaith forum for young adults in Australia – the 2017 Youth PoWR (Parliament of World Religions) conference.

Top job for Rabbi Roberts

RABBI Nicole Roberts has become the first female spiritual leader of a synagogue congregation in NSW, after she was named the senior rabbi of North Shore Temple Emanuel.

JCA’s new CEO

Bruce Goldsmith has commenced his role as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the JCA.

Melbourne and Sydney set for Mitzvah Day

Jewish Australians are gearing up to cook, collect, and come together for a variety of worthy causes in celebration of Mitzvah Day on Sunday, November 27.

Rabbi Robuck’s last Rosh

Delivering the Rosh Hashanah sermon is always a special experience for any rabbi, but for North Shore Temple Emanuel’s (NSTE) senior rabbi Gary Robuck, it proved to be “even more poignant” - that’s because it was his last Jewish New Year sermon at the shul.

JSA volunteer Amanda Dweck helps children with reading in the North shore

JSA tackles reading problems

Persistence by Jews for Social Action (JSA) volunteers is turning a humble 2005 pilot program that helped one Aboriginal child in Warringah with reading difficulties into a model of success across Sydney’s north.