Thursday 30 December 2021

Shabbos Tzetl: Va'era & Mevarchim Shevat

7:17pm - Early candle lighting
8:27pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
9:32pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
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Shabbat Shalom! 

This Shabbat is Shabbat Mevarchim ("the Shabbat that blesses" the new month): a special prayer is recited blessing the Rosh Chodesh ("Head of the Month") of upcoming month of Shevat, which falls on Monday of next week.

Prior to the blessing, we announce the precise time of the molad, the "birth" of the new moon. Click here for molad times.

Attached is this weeks Emmanuel's listings

Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Mevorchim Shevat, Parshas Voera.
Please click here to view the PDFs of the Weekly Publications distributed in Shule each Shabbos.

G‑d reveals Himself to Moses. Employing the "four expressions of redemption," take out the Children of Israel from Egypt, deliver them from their enslavement, redeem them, and acquire them as His own chosen people at "Mount Sinai"; He will then bring them to the land He promised to the Patriarchs as their eternal heritage.

Moses and Aaron repeatedly come before Pharaoh to demand in the name of G‑d, "Let My people go, so that they may serve Me in the wilderness." Pharaoh repeatedly refuses. Aaron's staff turns into a snake and swallows the magic sticks of the Egyptian sorcerers. G‑d then sends a series of plagues upon the Egyptians.

The waters of the Nile turn to blood; swarms of frogs overrun the land; lice infest all men and beasts. Hordes of wild animals invade the cities; a pestilence kills the domestic animals; painful boils afflict the Egyptians. For the seventh plague, fire and ice combine to descend from the skies as a devastating hail. Still, "the heart of Pharaoh was hardened and he would not let the children of Israel go, as G‑d had said to Moses."

Ezekiel 28:25-29:21.

This week's haftorah begins with a mention of the ingathering of the exiles, echoing G‑d's promise mentioned in the Torah portion: "I will take you out of the suffering of Egypt." The prophet then goes on to discuss the decimation of Pharaoh and Egypt, reminiscent of the primary theme of the Torah portion—the devastation G‑d wrought upon Egypt.

Ezekiel begins with a description of what will occur during the ingathering of the exiles. "When I gather in the house of Israel from the peoples among whom they have been scattered, and I have been sanctified through them in the eyes of the nations, then shall they dwell on their land that I gave to My servant, to Jacob. And they shall dwell upon it securely..."

The prophet then proceeds to convey a prophecy regarding Pharaoh and Egypt, foretelling the fall of the Egyptian empire. Egypt merited this punishment for two reasons: a) They had reneged on their promise to come to Israel's aid against the attacking Babylonians. b) They had incredible arrogance, considering themselves un-reliant on G‑d, instead attributing their success to the bounty their deified Nile afforded them. Therefore, Ezekiel warns: "And the land of Egypt shall be desolate and in ruins, and they shall know that I am the Lord! Because he [Pharaoh] said, 'The river is mine, and I have made it.'" G‑d warns that the land of Egypt will be empty and desolate for forty years, after which G‑d will return the people to the land to reinhabit it, but it will no longer be an important nation to be reckoned with.

The haftorah ends with another prophecy wherein G‑d informs Ezekiel that Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, will be the one to conquer Egypt and take its spoils. This as a reward for his effort in defeating the wicked nation of Tyre.


G‑d spoke to Moses, and said to him: "I am G‑d. I revealed Myself to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob" (6:2–3)

G‑d said to Moses: I regret the loss of those who have passed away and are no longer found. Many times I revealed Myself to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; they did not question My ways, nor did they say to me, "What is Your name?" You, on the other hand, asked from the start, "What is Your name?" and now you are saying to Me, "You have not saved Your people!"

(Talmud, Sanhedrin 111a)

You questioned My ways, unlike Abraham, to whom I said, "Isaac shall be considered your seed," and then I said to him, "Raise him up to Me as an offering"—and still he did not question Me.


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Brighton Shule Tu B'Shvat Picnic

Brighton Shule and South Caulfield Shule invite you to join them for a Tu B'Shvat Fruit Picking Joint Trip to Payne's Orchards.

Sunday 16 January at 10am (Meet at Brighton Shule)
$15 per person and $12 member discount
Includes transportation, picnic lunch and entry into the orchard. 
Fruits picked can be purchased separately.
Flyer attached. 


Wednesday 29 December 2021

David is coming


Monday 27 December 2021

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Thursday 23 December 2021

Shabbos Tzetl: Shemot

7:15pm  - early candle lighting
8:25pm - Candle Lighting, Friday.
9:31pm - Havdalah, Saturday.
These times are for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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Shabbat Shalom! 

Attached is this weeks Emmanuel's listings

The children of Israel multiply in Egypt. Threatened by their growing numbers, Pharaoh enslaves them and orders the Hebrew midwives, Shifrah and Puah, to kill all male babies at birth. When they do not comply, he commands his people to cast the Hebrew babies into the Nile.

A child is born to Yocheved, the daughter of Levi, and her husband, Amram, and placed in a basket on the river, while the baby's sister, Miriam, stands watch from afar. Pharaoh's daughter discovers the boy, raises him as her son, and names him Moses.

As a young man, Moses leaves the palace and discovers the hardship of his brethren. He sees an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, and kills the Egyptian. The next day he sees two Jews fighting; when he admonishes them, they reveal his deed of the previous day, and Moses is forced to flee to Midian. There he rescues Jethro's daughters, marries one of them (Tzipporah), and becomes a shepherd of his father-in-law's flocks.

G‑d appears to Moses in a burning bush at the foot of Mount Sinai, and instructs him to go to Pharaoh and demand: "Let My people go, so that they may serve Me." Moses' brother, Aaron, is appointed to serve as his spokesman. In Egypt, Moses and Aaron assemble the elders of Israel to tell them that the time of their redemption has come. The people believe; but Pharaoh refuses to let them go, and even intensifies the suffering of Israel.

Moses returns to G‑d to protest: "Why have You done evil to this people?" G‑d promises that the redemption is close at hand.

Isaiah 27:6–28:13; 29:22–23.

This week's haftorah parallels the week's Torah reading on many levels. One of the parallels is the message of redemption conveyed by Isaiah—"and you shall be gathered one by one, O children of Israel"—that is reminiscent of the message of redemption that G‑d spoke to Moses at the burning bush, a message that Moses then communicated to Pharaoh.

The haftorah vacillates between Isaiah's prophecies concerning the future redemption, and his admonitions concerning the Jews' drunken and G‑dless behavior. Isaiah starts on a positive note: "In the coming days, Jacob will take root, Israel will bud and blossom, filling the face of the earth . . ." He mentions G‑d's mercy for His nation, and the measure-for-measure punishment He meted out upon the Egyptians who persecuted them. And regarding the future redemption: "You shall be gathered one by one, O children of Israel. And it will come to pass on that day that a great shofar will be sounded, and those lost in the land of Assyria and those exiled in the land of Egypt will come, and they will prostrate themselves before the L‑rd on the holy mount in Jerusalem."

The prophet then proceeds to berate the drunkenness of the Ten Tribes, warning them of the punishment that awaits them. "With the feet they shall be trampled, the crown of the pride of the drunkards of Ephraim . . ."

The haftorah ends on a positive note: "Now Jacob will no longer be ashamed, and now his face will not pale. For when he sees his children, the work of My hands, in his midst, who shall sanctify My name . . . and the G‑d of Israel they will revere."


And these are the names of the children of Israel who came into Egypt . . . Reuben, Simeon, Levi and Judah (Exodus 1:1–2)

Although G‑d had already counted them in their lifetime, He again counted them at the time of their death, to express His love for them. For they are like the stars, which He takes out and brings in by number and name, as it is written (Isaiah 40:26): "He takes out their hosts by number; He calls them each by name."


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Yarchei Kallah

Please click here to view the full Yarchei Kallah program.

We are pleased to have world renown scholar Rabbi Yehoram Ulman as our featured speaker, joining our local talented Rabbonim.

Registration is open! Book now to avoid lines at the door.


In order for the Yarchei Kallah to run in a safe manner, we wish to advise the following COVID policy:

  • Anyone with symptoms of COVID cannot attend until they have a negative test result
  • Household or close contacts of a COVID case cannot attend until they have a negative test result
  • At-risk or vulnerable persons should seek medical advice on whether they should attend
  • Numbers of participants will be limited to enable safe social-distancing. We ask all participants to maintain social distancing
  • All participants must register with their name and contact email and phone number
  • All participants must follow the Victorian government announcement regarding indoor mask regulations

All classes will be broadcast live so that even those who cannot or choose not to attend in-person, can still join the Yarchei Kallah from home.  Zoom info to follow. 


Swimming teacher wanted

Looking for a young lady who can teach swimming to a near beginner, either one on one or in a small group of 6/7 year old girls. The lessons will be held in a private pool and could be more than once a week. If interested please call 95272529.


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Yiddishe Gesheften announcement

The summer edition of Yiddishe Gesheften has hit the streets! If you haven't received a copy, feel free to download the attachment or contact 0405936822 to find out where you can pick one up from. 


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Tuesday 21 December 2021

Kriyah Course

Join us for the first evidence-based Kriyah course finally offered in Australia!

Property: To Rent, Hotham St

To rent in house in Hotham St., Elsternwick.
One bedroom with queen bed and BIR
Study/ sitting room
Private bathroom and toilet
Use of kosher kitchen, separate bar fridge
Use of laundry with AEG washer and dryer
Spacious back yard
Cot available
The rest of the house is occupied by a congenial double vaxxed middle-aged couple
 $200 p/week.
Text Rachel 0422 484 953 to inspect. References will be required. Please only enquire if you can show you are double vaxxed.


Monday 20 December 2021

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Sunday 19 December 2021

Mazaltov! Baby GIRL! Aron (Rader )



Yosef and Tzippora Aron
(nee Rader)

With thanks to Hashem are thrilled to announce the birth of a


in New York

Mazaltov to the Grandparents
Shani and Raphael Aron
Rabbi Hirshel and Perla Rader (London)

Mazaltov to the GreatGrandparents
Mrs Lily Milecki (Melbourne)
Mrs Hinda Rader (London)
Mrs Zelda Zaks (K'far Chabad)

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Thursday 16 December 2021

Shabbos Tzetl: Vayechi

7:11pm - Early candle lighting
8:22pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
9:27pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: See
Shabbat Shalom! 

Genesis 47:28–50:26
Jacob lives the final 17 years of his life in Egypt. Before his passing, he asks Joseph to take an oath that he will bury him in the Holy Land. He blesses Joseph's two sons, Manasseh and Ephraim, elevating them to the status of his own sons as progenitors of tribes within the nation of Israel.

The patriarch desires to reveal the end of days to his children, but is prevented from doing so.

Jacob blesses his sons, assigning to each his role as a tribe: Judah will produce leaders, legislators and kings; priests will come from Levi, scholars from Issachar, seafarers from Zebulun, schoolteachers from Simeon, soldiers from Gad, judges from Dan, olive-growers from Asher, and so on. Reuben is rebuked for "confusing his father's marriage bed"; Simeon and Levi, for the massacre of Shechem and the plot against Joseph. Naphtali is granted the swiftness of a deer, Benjamin the ferociousness of a wolf, and Joseph is blessed with beauty and fertility.

A large funeral procession consisting of Jacob's descendants, Pharaoh's ministers, the leading citizens of Egypt and the Egyptian cavalry accompanies Jacob on his final journey to the Holy Land, where he is buried in the Machpelah Cave in Hebron.

Joseph, too, dies in Egypt, at the age of 110. He, too, instructs that his bones be taken out of Egypt and buried in the Holy Land, but this would come to pass only with the Israelites' exodus from Egypt many years later. Before his passing, Joseph conveys to the Children of Israel the testament from which they will draw their hope and faith in the difficult years to come: "G‑d will surely remember you, and bring you up out of this land to the land of which He swore to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob."

I Kings 2:1-12.

In this week's haftorah, King David delivers his deathbed message to his son and successor, Solomon, echoing this week's Torah reading that discusses at length Jacob's parting words and instructions to his sons.

King David encourages Solomon to be strong and to remain steadfast in his belief in G‑d. This will ensure his success in all his endeavors as well as the continuation of the Davidic Dynasty. David then goes on to give his son some tactical instructions pertaining to various people who deserved punishment or reward for their actions during his reign.

The haftorah concludes with David's death and his burial in the City of David. King Solomon takes his father's place and his sovereignty is firmly established.


Jacob lived in the land of Egypt seventeen years (47:28)

These seventeen years were the best years of his life—years of prosperity, goodness and peace; his other 130 years were filled with toil and pain.

(Midrash; Baal HaTurim)

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Wednesday 15 December 2021

Brighton Shule's Friday Night Live - Friday 17 December at 6:15 pm

TGI Fried-Ay
Missing Chanukah? Join us at Brighton Shule on 17 December at 6:15 pm for a musical Kabbalat Shabbat followed by a delicious fried kiddush. GF, Low Fodmap, Vegan, and non-fried options available. $10 suggested donation to cover costs. 
132 Marriage Road, East Brighton
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Tuesday 14 December 2021

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BDE: Mr Mosze Dobrejcer ע"ה

Funeral of The late Mr Mosze Dobrejcer ע"ה
Wednesday 11 Teves 5782
(15 December '21 למניינם)
1130 am Chevra Kadisha Cemetery
50 Browns Rd Noble Park North

In Melbourne,
 Doris Benet, Anny Paley (both on) 0407889688
Leah Dobrejcer 0456885736

In Erets HaKoidesh
Tsvi Dobrejcer -972-507061639 or

 In anticipation of גאולה אמיתית ושלימה now ממש

Hamakom Yenachem Etchem Betoch She'ar Aveilei Tzion ViYerushalayim

‎המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים


Monday 13 December 2021

SCHC - 2022 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program

South Caulfield Hebrew Congregation -2022 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program
Join our new and engaging Bar & Bat Mitzvah Programs!
The programs are designed to be fun, stimulating, interactive, inclusive and relevant.
These programs will give your child the opportunity to explore Judaism's rich heritage, discover central elements of Judaism that are relevant, interesting, and empowering for all Jews, irrespective of background, education, and level of commitment.
Your child will have a richer appreciation for some of the core elements of Jewish values and identity, along with a deeper understanding about how these interface with modern life.  

Mia Salomonovitch, who attended the 2021 Bat Mitzvah Program said, 
I have learnt a lot throughout the Bat Mitzvah program. I have learnt about my Jewish Identity, about myself and about becoming a woman. Throughout the program I have stepped out of my comfort zone and have had an open mind to new opportunities. We have made many long lasting friendships and learnt a lot about ourselves.


Halacha Guide: Asarah Bteves 5782


Please click here to view a Halacha Guide relevant to the fast of Asarah B'Teves.

If you are vacationing outside Melbourne, please note that Zmanim will not be accurate for you, and you need to confirm the correct Zmanim for your location.

May we merit that יהפכו ימים אלו לששון ולשמחה ולמועדים טובים – these days shall be transformed into days of joy and happiness – with the coming of Moshiach בקרוב ממש. 

We are grateful to Rabbi Shmuel Lesches of Young Yeshivah for sharing this with us!


Yeshivah Shule


Property: To Rent, Hotham St

To rent in house in Hotham St., Elsternwick.
One bedroom with queen bed and BIR
Study/ sitting room
Private bathroom and toilet
Use of kosher kitchen, separate bar fridge
Use of laundry with AEG washer and dryer
Spacious back yard
Cot available
The rest of the house is occupied by a congenial double vaxxed middle-aged couple
 $200 p/week.
Text Rachel 0422 484 953 to inspect. References will be required. Please only enquire if you can show you are double vaxxed.


Sunday 12 December 2021

Employment: ELC coordinator


Special cookbooks wanted

I am after some low carb no carbohydrates high fat keto / ketogenic cook books.

I am in Melbourne on Tuesday only from regional Vic. 

Looking for cheap or free books
Postage may be an option as I am limited as to the stops I can make in the Brighton, Caulfield, St Kilda, Elsternwick, Bentleigh areas.
Please text or call Yosef 0468334745
Also on othe messaging apps.

Kind regards 
Thank you


Friday 10 December 2021

Shabbos Tzetl: Vayigash

7:07pm - Early candle lighting
8:17pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
9:22pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: See
Shabbat Shalom! 

(Kiddush Levana)

Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Parshas Vayigash.
Please click here to view the PDFs of the Weekly Publications distributed in Shule each Shabbos.

Genesis 44:18–47:27
Judah approaches Joseph to plead for the release of Benjamin, offering himself as a slave to the Egyptian ruler in Benjamin's stead. Upon witnessing his brothers' loyalty to one another, Joseph reveals his identity to them."I am Joseph," he declares. "Is my father still alive?"

The brothers are overcome by shame and remorse, but Joseph comforts them. "It was not you who sent me here," he says to them, "but G‑d. It has all been ordained from Above to save us, and the entire region, from famine."

The brothers rush back to Canaan with the news. Jacob comes to Egypt with his sons and their families—seventy souls in all—and is reunited with his beloved son after 22 years. On his way to Egypt he receives the divine promise: "Fear not to go down to Egypt; for I will there make of you a great nation. I will go down with you into Egypt, and I will also surely bring you up again."

Joseph gathers the wealth of Egypt by selling food and seed during the famine. Pharaoh gives Jacob's family the fertile county of Goshen to settle, and the children of Israel prosper in their Egyptian exile.

Ezekiel 37:15-28.

This week's haftorah mentions the fusion of the kingdoms of Judah and Joseph during the Messianic Era, echoing the beginning of this week's Torah reading: "And Judah approached him [Joseph]."

The prophet Ezekiel shares a prophecy he received, in which G‑d instructs him to take two sticks and to write one one, "For Judah and for the children of Israel his companions" and on the other, "For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and all the house of Israel, his companions." After doing so he was told to put the two near each other, and G‑d fused them into one stick.

G‑d explains to Ezekiel that these sticks are symbolic of the House of Israel, that was divided into two (often warring) kingdoms: the Northern Kingdom that was established by Jeroboam, a member of the Tribe of Ephraim, and the Southern Kingdom, that remained under the reign of the Davidic (Judean) Dynasty. The fusing of the two sticks represented the merging of the kingdoms that will transpire during the Messianic Era — with the Messiah, a descendant of David, at the helm of this unified empire.

"So says the L-rd G‑d: 'Behold I will take the children of Israel from among the nations where they have gone, and I will gather them from every side, and I will bring them to their land. And I will make them into one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel, and one king shall be to them all as a king...'"

The haftorah ends with G‑d's assurance that "they shall dwell on the land that I have given to My servant, to Jacob, wherein your forefathers lived; and they shall dwell upon it, they and their children and their children's children, forever; and My servant David shall be their prince forever."


Judah approached him . . . (Genesis 44:18)

Said Rabbi Yehudah: The verb "he approached" (vayigash) implies an approach to battle, as in the verse "So Joab and the people that were with him approached unto battle" (II Samuel 10:13).

Rabbi Nechemiah said: The verb "he approached" implies a coming near for conciliation, as in the verse "Then the children of Judah approached Joshua" (Joshua 14:6).

The sages said: It implies coming near for prayer, as in the verse "It came to pass, at the time of the evening offering, that Elijah the prophet approached . . ." (I Kings, 18:36).

Rabbi Eleazar combined all these views Judah approached Joseph for all three, saying: If it be war, I approach for war; if it be conciliation, I approach for conciliation; if it be for entreaty, I approach to entreat.

(Midrash Rabbah)


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A New Mitzvah Tank and Mobile Library in Melbourne!

B"H.   Our Dear Friends!

Please help us make this a reality:

We are now raising money to make a new Mitzvah Tank and Mobile Library in Melbourne!
In honor of Hey Teves we are raising $77,000 to buy the tank and complete the library.  Every donation and every amount counts!
Moshiach NOW!!
With Blessing,
Ovadia & Moussia Antian



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Wednesday 8 December 2021

Employment: Personal /Private Driver wanted.

Seeking a Private/Personal Driver, weekly on Thursdays. Pick up 9am from East St Kilda- Drop off in Cato St, Hawthorn. Return trip at 1:30pm. $60/day for round trip. Please contact if available and interested. Must have ABN and ability to invoice for this role


SCHC - Morning Tea with Revital Shalev

South Caulfield Hebrew Congregation
Morning Tea with Revital Shalev

Join us for our fortnightly Morning Tea event .
Revital lives in Singapore where her family are active members of the illustrious Jewish community. Her husband Ofir serves on the Jewish Welfare Board.
Monday 13 December 2021 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
South Caulfield Shule
47 Leopold St, Caulfield South 

Gold Coin Donation


Items for sale

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Washing machine in guc 2 years old $400
Cupboard $350
Corner silver cabinet $400
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Tuesday 7 December 2021

Chanukah 5782-2021 - Community Photo Album 🕎

It has been a really lovely Chanukah, and I hope you enjoyed and celebrated with family & friends. You are invited to contribute your photos to a community Chanukah photo album, sponsored by Emmanuel's Email. Link:
May we all be blessed to continue to spread the light.
Pesach & Motty