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BPJC High Holy Day services 2014
Sunday, September 07th, 2014 | Author:

BPJC will be holding a full schedule of services over the High Holy Days in 2014.

Please note most particularly that the Shabbat Shuvah service is at our normal venue. All other High Holy Day services are at the Queen Alexandra Community Centre in Coorparoo.

The Queen Alexandra Community Centre has good parking for all services that are not on a weekday during the day, but for the Rosh Hashanah Service on Thursday 25 September you will need to park on adjacent streets and the parking limit is mostly 2 hours.

BPJC does not charge a fee for attendance at its High Holy Day services. All are most welcome to attend.

BPJC service times are as follows:

Wednesday 24 September
Erev Rosh Hashanah 6.30 pm
(Venue: Queen Alexandra Community Centre, 347 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo)

Thursday 25 September
Rosh Hashanah 10 am
(Venue: Queen Alexandra Community Centre, 347 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo)

Saturday 27 September
Shabbat Shuvah 10 am
(Venue: Indooroopilly Senior Citizens Club Hall, 60 Stamford Rd, Indooroopilly)

Friday 3 October
Erev Yom Kippur 6.30 pm
(Venue: Queen Alexandra Community Centre, 347 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo)

Saturday 4 October
Yom Kippur 10 am
(Venue: Queen Alexandra Community Centre, 347 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo)

The attached flyer has more details and also includes service notices for our sister congregation, Temple Shalom Gold Coast.

L’shanah tovah to you all – our best wishes for a happy and sweet New Year.

 

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Calling all students! AUJS Israel programs 2015
Sunday, September 07th, 2014 | Author:

AUJS (the Australian Union of Jewish Students) invites applications from young Jewish Australians for its 2015 Israel programs. Please see below for all the details.

 

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Functions
Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 | Author:

BPJC hosts family-oriented functions for most festivals throughout the year. Please check back regularly.

We will never turn anyone away from a BPJC event due to financial hardship. Please contact our Treasurer to confidentially resolve any concerns you may have.

Visitors to Brisbane: Visitors to Brisbane are always welcome at our events. BPJC extends member privileges to visiting members of other congregations. Please contact the Secretary to ensure we reserve a place for you or for assistance with transportation.

For details on how you can participate in our festivals and functions as a volunteer, click here.

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