Author archives: tbi_admin

  • At Temple Beth Israel we recognise that a Jewish wedding (popularly called a chuppah, after the canopy under which the couple stand) is one of the great moments in a Jewish life, filled with holiness and joy. We are happy to perform a chuppah at the synagogue or in locations outside the synagogue, as long as they can sustain the qualities of sanctity and simchah (celebration), which are at the very core of the wedding ceremony. In plannin[...]
  •   TBI Members $60 Non-members $70 Children under 13 $40 Sponsor a seat $60 Sponsor a Seder plate $18    
  • TBI is once again marching with PRIDE For the third time TBI is participating in the annual Midsumma Pride March on Sunday 2 February 2020. This is open to everyone in our community, not just those who are LGBTQIA+, to join with other allies and supporters from various organisations and faiths in support of pride. This is a perfect family-friendly activity where people of all ages, including four-legged friends, march in support of the LGBTQIA Co[...]
  • Since its launch in 2015, Pop-Up Shabbat has been the primary vehicle through which we engage with our members and friends outside of the walls of the synagogue. Initially intended to help the community access meaningful prayer expereinces in public spaces across Victoria over summer, Pop-Up Shabbat traditional home has been at the Mechanics Hall in Red Hill with occasional visits to Elwood Beach and the Victorian snowfields in winter. [...]
  • We cordially invite you to join with members and friends of TBI as we celebrate our dogs  Bark Mitzvah   on Saturday 26 November at 3.30pm - Alma Park (Off Leash Area) As we celebrate our dogs support an outstanding cause  In lieu of gift we ask that you consider making a donation to the Lort Smith Animal Hospital  
  • Saturday 26 November 3.30pm Alma Park Bark Mitzvah is in support of the Lort Smith Animal Hospital. Donate Now Support In Other Ways Purchase and donate dog beds, toys, blankets and treats for Lort Smith.  You can also help by starting a collection drive at your workplace, school or community organisation. Drop them off at TBI by Monday 28 November. Donate to Lort Smith Animal Hospital via Everyday Hero and [...]
  • Binah (understanding) is the experiential, hands-on learning component to the b’nei mitzvah journey at TBI. The course is comprised of 8-10 programs throughout the year, spanning a variety of topics relevant and accessible to young Jewish teens. It aims to develop camaraderie within the b’nei mitzvah class, while engaging the students in T’filah, Text, Jewish Values, Culture and Social Action. These shared learning experiences will be enhanced [...]