The purpose of our fundraising campaign is to reinvigorate and rejuvenate Mizrachi Bondi. Built in 1973, it is now time to refurbish and upgrade our shule to provide the amenities, comfort and flexible community space to meet the demands of our growing kehilla.
We will no longer just be a shule but rather a vibrant hub at the heart of Sydney’s Modern Orthodox, Zionist community facilitating social, cultural and religious programs and activities.
The concept of family is absolutely fundamental to Judaism. Mizrachi Bondi is home to multi-generational families steeped in the history of the shule as well as new families eager to establish roots within its embracing and inclusive environment.
This is our legacy. Be a part of the journey. At this historical milestone we ask you to partner with us to make our vision a reality. This is an opportunity to honour a family member or a loved one by dedicating an item or an area in our newly refurbished synagogue. All dedications will be acknowledged on a Tribute Wall located in the shule’s foyer.
Jewish continuity is an issue of which all Australian Jews are acutely aware. Mizrachi Bondi is ready to take up the challenge. Our response will be innovative and tangible, and we will provide our young adult community with an authentic and meaningful way to engage with their Judaism. The time to act is now. We need to do all we can to ensure the future of Jewish continuity.
Services this week
|Friday 18th October|
|Youth Minyan with Rav Noam Hayman||6.30pm|
Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot
Candle lighting will be at 6:51pm
and Shabbat will end at 7:51pm
|Shacharit Sunday (Hoshana Rabba)||7.30am|
|Sun 20th October|
|Mincha followed by Maariv||6.30pm|
|Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah|
|Mon 21st & Tues 22nd October|
|Shacharit, then Musaf (Both Days)||9.30am|
|Childrens Hakafot and party||5.00pm|
|Maariv and Hakafot (Monday Night)||6.30pm|
|Candle lighting, 2nd night (Monday)||after 7.52pm|
|Mincha 2nd Day (Tuesday)||After Mussaf|
|Maariv and Yom Tov ends||7.54pm|
|After Yom Tov|
|Shacharit (Wed, Fri)||6.30am|
|Mincha, followed by Maariv (Wed, Thurs)||6.30pm|
|Women’s shiur Wednesday||11.00am|