Reconciliation Week

This week we are celebrating Reconciliation Week. It is a week dedicated to understanding what reconciliation is and what can be done to tackle the unfinished business of reconciling Australians with Aboriginal Australians.   Read more

Where there is a Halachic will for change there is a Halachic way to create this change

February 24, 2021 by  

This week is one of the highlights in the Jewish calendar as we celebrate the joyous festival of Purim.  Read more

The Shamash and COVID-19

December 13, 2020 by  

When reflecting upon the miracles of Hannukah, the logical decision should be that the menorah should have eight candles as the miracle lasted for eight days and we light one candle for each day of the miracle of the light. Read more

R U OK day is on Thursday 10 September. 

September 8, 2020 by  

R U OK? Day: the national day of mental health awareness and suicide prevention, aims for people to reach out and ask each other if they are okay and have important conversations about mental health and struggles people are experiencing. Read more

History’s greatest Briton

February 6, 2020 by  

It is not for naught that Sir Winston Churchill has been consistently named ‘History’s Greatest Briton’ in poll after poll. Read more

Shemot and the world around us

January 15, 2020 by  

In the midst of World War II whilst stationed in Kaunas, Lithuania, Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara defied orders and distributed an estimated 6,000 visas to Jewish refugees, ensuring their escape and survival from Europe. Read more

A Rosh Hashanan perspective

September 24, 2019 by  

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ~Anne Frank. Read more


September 11, 2019 by  

The time period we are currently in is full of anticipation for the upcoming high holidays. Read more

Men’s Health Week

June 12, 2019 by  

Rabbi Gabi Kaltman reaches out to men who suffer in silence. Trigger Warning: the piece below may cause distress for persons experiencing mental health hardships. Support numbers are provided at the end of this Dvar Torah.

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