North Shore Temple Emanuel is currently seeking an Office Administrator/Assistant Accountant to join our friendly, committed and high performing administration team. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a very exciting and highly respected organisation. The role involves a number of facets that will see you engaged in many aspects of NSTE.
· Chatswood location
· On site parking
· Immediate start
· Remuneration subject to experience but as a guide $25 to $30 per hour inclusive of superannuation
Expressions of interest, along with C.V., should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3pm Friday 20 November 2015. Only those candidates who are shortlisted will receive a response.
ARZA Australia celebrated being part of the group that helped pass a number of key resolutions at the recent World Zionist Congress (WZC) in Jerusalem, at its Annual General Meeting held on Sunday as it celebrated the outstanding achievements of outgoing President, Barbara Ford.
“To have prepared a resolution that was passed by the World Zionist Congress calling on the Government of Israel to fully implement the Declaration of Independence, was an important and emotional moment” said Ford “Particularly as ARZA Australia ensured that the Zionist Federation of Australia unanimously passed a similar resolution just as year or so ago.”
By Leanne Shelton
On 19 November, more than 100 Jews from around Australia and Asia gathered together to indulge in delicious food, meet with old and new friends, listen to an inspiring guest speaker, and sing along to some traditional songs in both familiar and new tunes.
The cocktail evening at North Shore Temple Emanuel (NSTE) in Chatswood was held to launch two stimulating, educational and musical conferences hosted by the Union for Progressive Judaism (UPJ): the Gathering of UPJ Presidents, Executive Committee and Rabbis, and Shir Chadash Jewish Music Conference.
After schmoozing over drinks and treats prepared by dedicated NSTE volunteers, attendees were honoured with the presence of keynote speaker Rabbi Danny Freelander, President of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. Rabbi Freelander spoke passionately about six strategic frames that every Progressive congregation needs to consider: demography, finances, change in governance, physical plant, worship and spirituality, and youth; a speech that had everyone’s attention and sparked many new ideas.
Interfaith Officer at the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, Teresa Pirola, recently joined us as a guest during the NSTE High Holy Day services. She attended the services alongside a priest, an adult-educator, and a child-educator from her Catholic community, who were all “impressed by the experience” and “stand in admiration of your community’s very full program of liturgy, education, social support and outreach.”
Teresa has kindly shared her ‘inspiring and moving faith experience’ -
If you are interested in exploring your spirituality with a different experience, you may be interested in one of these three pathways offered to NSTE members: