BPJC Shabbat services are held fortnightly.

Our next Shabbat services are on Saturday 30th July, 13th and 27th of August, 2016 starting at 10 am.

Services this week will be at Kenmore.

Visitors are welcome with prior vetting.  We would like visitors to please contact us via bpjc@bpjc.org.au to make enquiries about visiting at services.  We will need to give you permission to attend.  This is for the safety of our congregants and national security policy requires us to be vigilant and ensure that we follow safe practices.

Can you help with setting up?  We need someone able to move and set up some chairs, move the bimah in to place and take out the prayer books.  If you can be there by 9.30 to help with this job, it will certainly be very much appreciated.

All are most welcome to stay for our Kiddush (blessing of wine and challah) and partaking of light refreshments after the Shabbat service – as well as the adult discussion group we often hold after the Kiddush. It is our congregational custom for attendees to bring a small food contribution (dairy or pareve only please) or drink to share at the Kiddush.

For details regarding the conduct of our services, please download Welcome to the Shabbat service.

Torah portion details can be seen below.

All services (unless otherwise noted) are conducted at our Kemore Venue

Shabbat services generally start at 10 am but check our calendar for details.

Trains and buses are close by. Check  public transport options. Parking is available beside the hall or  across the road.

We also conduct services for most festivals throughout the year. Please check back regularly or subscribe to our RSS feed for updates.

Click here to see the cycle of the Jewish year which is on our Calendar page.

Click here to see the Torah commentaries provided by the Union for Progressive Judaism.

Find out more on how you can participate in our services as a volunteer.

 

August

13            Devarim

27            Eikev

September

10           Shoftim

24           Ki Tavo

October

8             Vayelich

22           Vezot Haberakhah

 

We look forward to meeting you.