Wednesday 22 May 2024

Milk & Honey Israeli Whisky Tasting Night

Our annual whisky tasting night will be supporting Israel's whisky industry. Featuring M&H winner of the world's best single malt. The night commences at 7.30pm and will include a light Israeli meal.

Pearl's Manchester: Great Winter Warmers

18 Levanswell Rd. Moorabbin, Vic. 3189 
Tel: 9529 2758 

Tuesday 21 May 2024

SCHC -20's & 30's Lag Baomer BBQ & Bonfire

SCHC -20's & 30's Lag Baomer BBQ & Bonfire
Join us for a delicious BBQ & roast Marshmallows and chill with drinks by the fire.

Monday 20 May 2024

Elwood Lag BaOmer

Lag B’Omer Bonfire & BBQ

St Kilda Shule Shavuot Events

Pre Shavuos workshop

Bring along a friend , and explore your creativity while constructing this stunning moss and greenery wall art. All materials supplied

Edible Gift Co

Shira Abrahams

Free online session: Post-Separation Parenting

Lost Hat

I lost my hat at Caulfield Beth Hamedrash (Katanga). I think that someone may have accidentally taken my hat and left a similar one. See photo of the one that was left. The label says Milano Italy, size S. Does anyone recognise it? (Mine is bigger, has a wider brim, and a wider, non-leather band.) 
Thanks, Mark 0409 856 266

Sunday 19 May 2024

Handyman Services

For all your handyman jobs I am your man. No job too small. No call out fees. Over 40 years experience (ex UK).
Moshe Sadia, 0451930432 
Sponsored adThank you to our sponsors, who help pay for the costs of running this email service.

Friday 17 May 2024

Shabbos Tzetl: Emor

5:00pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
5:58pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: KOSHER
Good Shabbos!

Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Parshas Emor. Please click here to view the PDFs of Weekly Publications.   


Leviticus 21:1–24:23
The name of the Parshah, "Emor," means "speak" and it is found in Leviticus 21:1.

The Torah section of Emor ("Speak") begins with the special laws pertaining to the kohanim ("priests"), the kohen gadol ("high priest"), and the Temple service: A kohen may not become ritually impure through contact with a dead body, save on the occasion of the death of a close relative. A kohen may not marry a divorcee, or a woman with a promiscuous past; a kohen gadol can marry only a virgin. A kohen with a physical deformity cannot serve in the Holy Temple, nor can a deformed animal be brought as an offering.

A newborn calf, lamb or kid must be left with its mother for seven days before being eligible for an offering; one may not slaughter an animal and its offspring on the same day.

The second part of Emor lists the annual Callings of Holiness—the festivals of the Jewish calendar: the weekly Shabbat; the bringing of the Passover offering on 14 Nissan; the seven-day Passover festival beginning on 15 Nissan; the bringing of the Omer offering from the first barley harvest on the second day of Passover, and the commencement, on that day, of the 49-day Counting of the Omer, culminating in the festival of Shavuot on the fiftieth day; a "remembrance of shofar blowing" on 1 Tishrei; a solemn fast day on 10 Tishrei; the Sukkot festival—during which we are to dwell in huts for seven days and take the "Four Kinds"—beginning on 15 Tishrei; and the immediately following holiday of the "eighth day" of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret).

Next the Torah discusses the lighting of the menorah in the Temple, and the showbread; (lechem hapanim) placed weekly on the table there.

Emor concludes with the incident of a man executed for blasphemy, and the penalties for murder (death) and for injuring one's fellow or destroying his property (monetary compensation).

Ezekiel 44:15-31
This week's haftorah discusses various laws that pertain to the kohanim, the priests, a topic also discussed at length in the first part of the week's Torah portion.

Ezekiel prophesies about the service of the kohanim in the third Holy Temple which will be rebuilt after the Final Redemption. The prophet describes their priestly vestments, their personal care, whom they may and may not marry, and their special purity requirements which preclude them from coming in contact with a corpse, unless it's for a next of kin. He also discusses their calling as teachers and spiritual leaders.

The prophet conveys G‑d's word: "You shall give them no possession in Israel; I am their possession." The kohanim do not receive a portion in the Land of Israel, instead they partake of the sacrifices as well as various tithes.


Speak to the kohanim, the sons of Aaron, and say to them . . . (Leviticus 21:1)

"Speak" and "say"—enjoin the elders regarding the youngsters.

(Talmud; Rashi)

The above dictum, which constitutes a primary biblical source for the concept of education, also offers insight into the nature of education.

The word used by the Talmud and Rashi—lehazhir, "to enjoin"—also means "to shine." Hence the phrase "to enjoin the elders regarding the youngsters" also translates as "to illuminate the elders regarding the youngsters." Education is not only an elder teaching a youngster; it is also an illumination for the educator.

(The Lubavitcher Rebbe)

Submission to Emmanuel's? See here

Mazal Tov! It's a Baby BOY πŸ‘ΆπŸ» Josefsberg



Ziggy & Dinah Josefsberg
(nee Di Veroli)

With immense gratitude to Hashem
    are thrilled to announce the arrival of    

A Baby BOY

in Melbourne

Mazal tov to the Grandparents
Shlomo and Sigal Di Veroli
Gideon and Sharona Josefsberg

The information contained in this notice has been based on information provided directly by the family.

Submissions for notices can be found here.

Thursday 16 May 2024

SCHC - Bess Hymans Lunch & Learn with Karyn Spilberg - My Journey with Parkinson

Old Video Transfer to Digital

Have your old memories transferred to digital to be accessed and preserved. Can transfer VHS, VHS-c, Mini DV, Video 8, DVD, CD and more.

Property: Seeking Short term accommodation

My name is Aryeh, and I am reaching out to express my interest in seeking short-term accommodation with a religious family in the Caulfield, St Kilda area. I am a middle-aged religious male and am currently in need of a temporary place to stay.
I am willing to pay for room rental and food during my stay, and willing to help with chores around the home.
I am kind, respectful, responsible, and trustworthy.
If you or someone you know is open to hosting me for a short period, I would greatly appreciate the opportunity. I am open to discussing the terms of the arrangement and ensuring that it is mutually beneficial for all parties involved.
Thank you for considering my request. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Warm regards,