WELCOME TO NEWTOWN SYNAGOGUE
The Friendly Shul
Shavuot services on Thursday 25 May and Friday 26 May will include an ice cream party on Friday, reading of the ten commandments and a grand dinner. Service information here and sign up for the dinner here.
Services on Friday evening (6:00pm) and Saturday morning (10:00am) are on every week with Shabbat dinner (register here) and Saturday Kiddush. Classes ranging from religious study and ethics to Kabbalah - sign up to the newsletter below for a weekly update
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I wanna express my gratitude because of how welcome I felt on Yom Kippur, I've never had an environment where I could both be religious and myself. To have that now in such a vibrant, loving community is such a blessing. thank you so much :)
TThe kids service was wonderful. [The kids] had a blast & the dinner after service was true 'food for soul' & the belly. We all felt nourished. Thank you.
Thank you so much for your beautiful services. I know you don't want thanks, but I want to reinforce that we see your love and pure joy in what you do. Your mini-sermons - many thanks for keeping them pithy - telling parables - always with a funny punchline are much appreciated. I always hear exactly what I need to when I go to shul.
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20 Georgina St, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
(02) 9550 1192
Acknowledgement of Country
Our Synagogue stands on the traditional lands of the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. We acknowledge and give thanks to the Elders and Traditional Custodians who have cared for this land for thousands of years. May we walk with care on this land which has provided a home for our Jewish Community. We offer respect to the descendants of the ﬁrst peoples whose presence and cultures are vital to the nation we share.