Entries by BShalom

COVID-19 BUILDING CLOSURE

THE BEIT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE BUILDING IS CLOSED FOR SERVICES, GROUP, MEETINGS & CHEDER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ALL SERVICES & ACTIVITIES ARE CURRENTLY BEING DELIVERED ONLINE PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OR THE RABBI FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Purim Carnival 2020

  This years Purim Carnival poster is now out !   The festivities begin at 2.30pm Admission is $5 for a single and $10 for a family. 3.30 pm  Purim Puppet Show 4pm  Youth Spiel 6pm PurimSpiel Bring a plate to share, drinks available for purchase. Free Transport for JCS clients. Email: contact@jcssa.asn.au Phone: 08 […]

Yizkor Memorial Book 2018

There are stars up above, so far away we only see their light long, long after the star itself is gone. And so it is with people that we loved– their memories keep shining ever brightly thought their time with us is done. –Hannah Szenes This year, Beit Shalom will be publishing a Yizkor memorial […]

Shavuot Milk Drive

This year we are hoping to assist the work of FOODBANK, in their breakfast program for school kids.   They are in constant need of LONG LIFE MILK.   Please, in the run up to Shavuot, or on the day itself, bring along a carton of LONG LIFE MILK (any kind).   A special box […]

Holocaust Centre makes ABC National News

Andrew Steiner is in the news this month with an article covering the creation and capital launch of The Steiner Centre for Compassion and Holocaust Remembrance. The project has been developed to establish a unique contemporary Centre for Compassion and Holocaust Remembrance in the city of Adelaide. The centre will ensure remembrance to future generations […]

Anzac Day 2018

This last Wednesday, I spent much of my day doing Anzac Day activities. No sleeping in for me! I didn’t get to a dawn service, but did go to the Torrens Parade Grounds at 9:30 for the march. This was only my second time at the march and my first time standing next to the […]

International Women’s Day

Yesterday was International Women’s Day, a day which is gaining increasing recognition around the world. Strangely enough, I first learned about International Women’s Day while studying for a year in Beijing. In 1984, this day wasn’t observed at all in the United States but was absolutely huge in China where, of course, there was a […]

Bringing food to Synagogue

For functions at our synagogue please assume food is vegetarian (with fish and dairy allowed). The exception is when a “Meat” meal is specified, where meat including chicken is allowed ( but no dairy). Pop up meals and Kiddushes following a Bar or Bat Mitzvah are always vegetarian (fish and dairy allowed). It is our […]