Where innovation and tradition meet

June Highlights

Kosher Supper Club

Sunday 18 June – 1.30pm

At All Things Equal 263-265 Carlisle Street, Balaclava

$35 per person

Our next Kosher Supper Club will be at All Things Equal – a social enterprise cafe staffed by an all abilities crew, who work hard and take pride in their roles! Enjoy a lunch and a drink with the community and learn more about this amazing cafe.

Winter Warmers

5.30pm to 6.10pm Friday nights
Enjoy a drink and a shmooze with the community before services this winter.
We’ll be servinging wine, teas and coffee, hot chocolate & warming winter soup (GF/Vegan). This is a free event thanks to our generous members and donors.

Netzer Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Friday 16 June 6pm

Join us in a service lead by Netzer Australia!
Know yourself, help the people and create tikkun olam.

Brunch and Learn, Synagogue Skills Series

Sunday 4 June 10am

This weeks B&L class will be lead by Rabbi Gary, following a gracious lunch by Vivienne Rosta. Participants will embark on a journey of music and meaning based on the Shabbat morning service. $12.50 including lunch.

Sponsored in part by Progressive Judaism Victoria (PJV)

Tot Shabbat

4pm Fridays – 9 June

Bring in Shabbat for kids ages 3-6 and their family with fun activities, songs, challah & grape juice. Lead by Jess Stein, Ido and/or Rabbi Gary. (Older/younger siblings are welcome)

Judaism in a Digital Age with Rabbi Danny Schiff

Thursdays beginning 22 June – 7.30pm

In this 4-week Zoom course, Rabbi Danny Schiff will teach the central lessons to be learned from his new book which focuses on the digital era in which we find ourselves. What are the core challenges of the digital age that demand Jewish responses? What is the future of the synagogue? What developments lie ahead that will provide new Jewish challenges and offer fresh Jewish opportunities?
$25 for the series of four sessions.

Sponsored in part by Progressive Judaism Victoria (PJV)

TBI is a spiritual community that practises a living Judaism inspired by Torah and guided by tradition.

We dedicate ourselves to learning the lessons of our past in order to shape our present and define our future.

TBI has a long and proud history as a sacred community and ethical voice committed to regeneration, both within and outside our doors.

We embrace diversity, not simply in word, but also in deed.

We welcome your interest in our community and invite you to explore our offerings.

TBI is a spiritual community where innovation and tradition meet. We provide multiple pathways to celebrate Jewish life, practise Jewish tradition, and create meaningful rituals.

TBI is a learning community. We seek to understand the past, embrace the present, and shape the future, engaging with our tradition and telling our people’s story to a new generation.

TBI is a community of action. We practice living and giving Judaism person to person, creating sanctuaries throughout our community — in the home, on the street, and at the park.

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We invite you to join us as we pray, learn and be together.

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