Parramatta and District Synagogue marks its 70th Anniversary

August 26, 2019 by Community newsdesk
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In 1949, in a house at 471 Western Road, Pendle Hill, Morry, Alf and Mark Borman, Lou Klein, Sidney Sinclair and their families met for the purpose of establishing a Synagogue and for commencing formal Jewish Education for their children.

Parramatta Synagogue

Seventy years have passed and  the synagogue is celebrating its 70thanniversary.

The event will take place in the form of a high tea – an afternoon full of delicious food, activity and a children’s program – on Sunday 15 September, from 2pm to 4.30 pm.

This is an important milestone for the community and the congregation looks forward to sharing the event with members, friends and the wider community, to showcase where the congregation stands today and what it is capable of in the future.

Please RSVP to as numbers are required for advice to the caterers. Cost: Adult $50, Child $30, max $150 per Family

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