• All services that take place in the sanctuary will also be livestreamed on OneRoom. The weekly email notice provides a direct link to services on livestream.
  • Saturday 8 August: High Holy Day singing practices start after the morning service and will continue till 12 September as we practise the High Holy day tunes. If you enjoy singing at shul, please come along.
  • If you missed the talk Spirituality of the Sea, by Rabbi Ed Rosenthal, the weekly email has the link to hear the recording.
  • Rabbi Ed has started a programme called Tikkun HaYam – Marine Conservation. He has also started an activity called Reverse Tashlich  by way of a beach clean prior to Rosh Hashanah. Rabbi Ed is challenging Beth Shalom to form a group to do a beach clean in Auckland. Please contact Christine in the office, or Naomi Johnson, if you wish to be part of the Beth Shalom Reverse Tashlich this year on Sunday 13 September.
  • Jewish Book Fair: Every day at Beth Shalom 10am-2pm or by appointment.  We have a lot of books sitting upstairs in boxes that we do not have a use for. There are lots of children’s books in Hebrew and English, religious books and antique books all for $2 each or whatever amount you would like to donate. Also for sale are boxes of non-Jewish books either free to a good home or make a donation. ?
  • Saturday 29 August: Please join Amnon Kramarz as he celebrates his second Bar Mitzvah at the significant age of 83. There will be a celebratory Kiddush after the service.
  • Save the date – Saturday 29 August at 7.30pm: Noah’s Pudding is coming to Beth Shalom. Our friends from the Pearl of the Islands will once again share their delicious Noah’s Pudding with us at an interfaith event which we are hosting.
  • Women’s Refuge Winter Appeal and Give a Kid a Blanket is underway. Contact Chris Shiller and see further information in the August edition of Teruah. Runs until Rosh Hashanah.
  • Keep checking your emails for official messages from community groups and weekly services.
  • A reminder about our prayers for healing: If you would like our home prayer group to pray for healing for you or for someone close to you please advise the office.
  • Remember to bring canned or non-perishable food for the Tzedakah box in the shul foyer.