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  • If you prefer, you can make your donation to TBI by direct deposit (EFT) through you online banking. Account Name: Temple Beth Israel BSB: 013 214 Account 1989 39098 In the transaction note, please record which fund you would like to make your donation toward. TBI General Fund to support our ongoing activities, programs and services.Progressive Jewish Cultural Fund (PJCF) which supports many of our cultural events and experien[...]
  • While we will be suspending the majority of our clubs and groups, we have made provision to continue our nourish food program and are grateful to the volunteers who will be making takeaway food available to the homeless and hungry.We will also be expanding our take them a meal program to include the delivery of cooked meals, groceries, and staples to our ill, aged and isolated members. If you are able to assist with this [...]
  • Pesach celebrates the story of the Jewish community’s transformation into a free and liberated people. Our celebration of this holiday is a joyous one, and the seder itself is intended to share the Exodus story with generations, from the youngest to the oldest. This is the chance to create an experiential learning experience par excellence. Your seder can be fun and interactive, inspiring questions and invoking memories – while creating n[...]
  • Pesach is an experiential holiday, a time when we typically come together with loved ones in celebration of our Judaism. For some families, this is the one time each year when everyone joins together in person to share traditions, tell stories, and create lasting memories. But this year’s COVID-19 pandemic means that we cannot share physical spaces – so what are we to do? Thanks to modern technology, we can still gather online to create f[...]
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  • As we consider the health and welfare of our vulnerable members and staff as well as our responsibility to slow the spread of the virus through our community we have made the difficult decision to shut our building for all religious services, educational programs, and communal events and will transition to an entirely “virtual” congregation. As we have repeatedly stated in the last week, our goal is to isolate ourselves from the virus but[...]
  • Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have unfortunately had to suspend our nourish food program. We will revisit this program later in the year where we will continue to make food available to the homeless and hungry.We have expanded our take them a meal program to include the delivery of cooked meals, groceries, and staples to our ill, aged and isolated members. If you are able to assist with this program please contact Rhonda in our office.Al[...]
  • All scheduled classes including TBI Tamid and the Melton School are continuing as scheduled via our virtual classroom: Melton School The Melton School has launched its NEW WINTER PROGRAM. Click here for full information. B'nei Mitzvah All B’nei Mitzvah classes (both individual tutorials and Binah group sessions) will continue as scheduled via our virtual classroom. Lunch and Learn Every Tuesday and Wednesday at [...]
  • To continue supporting our younger families we are hosting our Bubs & Bagels Program on Fridays at 10:30am. Join via Facebook.In an effort to remain connected to one and other, we have a Daily Minyan at 6:15pm Sunday – Thursday.Our Kabbalat Shabbat & Shacharit Shabbat services are as normal at 6:15pm on Fridays and 10am on Saturdays.Lifecycle events such as brit milah, weddings and funerals continue in person for immediate family. M[...]
  • In light of the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Melbourne, we have made the difficult decision to shut our building for all religious services, educational programs, and communal events and we will transition to an entirely “virtual” congregation. We are calling on you, our members and friends, to join us in an unprecedented effort to ensure social distancing while preventing social isolation.  Our goal here is to "isolate ourselves[...]