Monday 31 October 2022

Employment: Driving Instructor Opportunity

Do you enjoy teaching? Have you got patience? Do you care about safe driving? Do you want to become a driving instructor? Then GO RIGHT DRIVING SCHOOL wants to hear from you.

Holiday rental request

Hi, we are family of three adults from Perth , need to be in Melbourne for 3 to 5 weeks in December in walking distance from Glen Ira station, we can house seat and look after a pet garden, or perhaps swap homes, with someone wish to come to Perth, we are 7 min. from Chabbad Shul 2 shopping Centres.

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Saturday 29 October 2022

Chesed Rivka Program - Challah Bake - Knead with Love

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Friday 28 October 2022

Shabbos Tzetl: Noach

6:29pm - Early candle lighting
7:32pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
8:33pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: KOSHER
Shabbat Shalom! 

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Genesis 6:9–11:32
G‑d instructs Noah—the only righteous man in a world consumed by violence and corruption—to build a large wooden teivah ("ark"), coated within and without with pitch. A great deluge, says G‑d, will wipe out all life from the face of the earth; but the ark will float upon the water, sheltering Noah and his family, and two members (male and female) of each animal species (and 7 of the "pure" species).

Rain falls for 40 days and nights, and the waters churn for 150 days more before calming and beginning to recede. The ark settles on Mount Ararat, and Noah dispatches a raven, and then a series of doves, "to see if the waters were abated from the face of the earth." When the ground dries completely—exactly one solar year (365 days) after the onset of the Flood—G‑d commands Noah to exit the teivah and repopulate the earth.

Noah builds an altar and offers sacrifices to G‑d. G‑d swears never again to destroy all of mankind because of their deeds, and sets the rainbow as a testimony of His new covenant with man. G‑d also commands Noah regarding the sacredness of life: murder is deemed a capital offense, and while man is permitted to eat the meat of animals, he is forbidden to eat flesh or blood taken from a living animal.

Noah plants a vineyard and becomes drunk on its produce. Two of Noah's sons, Shem and Japheth, are blessed for covering up their father's nakedness, while his third son, Ham, is punished for taking advantage of his debasement.

The descendants of Noah remain a single people, with a single language and culture, for ten generations. Then they defy their Creator by building a great tower to symbolize their own invincibility; G‑d confuses their language so that "one does not comprehend the tongue of the other," causing them to abandon their project and disperse across the face of the earth, splitting into seventy nations.

The Parshah of Noach concludes with a chronology of the ten generations from Noah to Abram (later Abraham), and the latter's journey from his birthplace of Ur Casdim to Charan, on the way to the land of Canaan.

Isaiah 54:1-10.

Forsaken Jerusalem is likened to a barren woman devoid of children. G‑d enjoins her to rejoice, for the time will soon come when the Jewish nation will return and proliferate, repopulating Israel's once desolate cities. The prophet assures the Jewish people that G‑d has not forsaken them. Although He has momentarily hid His countenance from them, He will gather them from their exiles with great mercy. The haftorah compares the final Redemption to the pact G‑d made with Noah in this week's Torah reading. Just as G‑d promised to never bring a flood over the entire earth, so too He will never again be angry at the Jewish people.

"For the mountains may move and the hills might collapse, but My kindness shall not depart from you, neither shall the covenant of My peace collapse."


G‑d said to Noah . . . "Make yourself an ark" (6:13–14)

G‑d has many ways to save someone; why did he make Noah toil to build the ark? In order that the people of his generation should see him occupied with the task for 120 years, and they should ask him, "Why are you doing this?" and he would tell them that G‑d is bringing a flood upon the world. Perhaps this would cause them to repent.

(Rashi; Midrash Tanchuma)

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Property: 4 bedroom (plus study) house available in Elsternwick over summer

Available all of December and until 25 January 2023. Period of stay is flexible. Our house is located next to popular Elsternwick shopping district, a 3-minute walk to bars, restaurants, shops, cinema, kosher shops and restaurants and public transport. Thirty minute walk to beach. References are essential. 
Contact Andreia 0474963583

Thursday 27 October 2022

Mazltov! its a boy!

Mazltov! its a boy!

Mazltov to Reuven and Mina Kubannek (USA)
on the birth of their baby boy
Mazltov to the grandparents Shaul and Miri Gurewicz (Kfar Chabad)
                                          Zvi and Rochel Chaya Kubannek (USA)

Mazltov to the great-grandparents Shmuel and Chava Gurewicz (Melbourne)
                                                        Esther Lifshitz (Israel)


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Holiday Rental - Large Kosher Apt in Caulfield North Mon Dec 12- Tues Jan 2nd

Centrally located on Inkerman Road, near Kooyong Road.
1st floor, balcony, carport
4 bedrooms, sleeps 5, can organise extra mattresses/bedding.
Shabbat Clock, Aircon
close to kosher restaurants, public transport, shules, parks.

Monday 24 October 2022

Asher Israel Scholarship - please use this one instead. Thank you

As a living memory to Richard Asher Wajnblum, the sum of money towards a return ticket to Israel will be provided for a young person between the ages of 17-25 wishing to spend time in Israel for a minimum period of 6 weeks. The successful applicant will meet a set of merit and need based criteria including scholastic achievement. Jewish organisational participation, (synagogue or other communal organisations), Jewish educational background, financial status and desired program of study. Approved programs of study: Livnot u'lehibanot, Israelite, Aish Ha Torah – Fellowships: Yeshiva/Seminary, Hineni, selected AUJS sponsored programs, Maayanot.  People who have already completed one of these programs are not eligible to apply. For application forms please contact Carin Danon at Brighton Shule for an application form 
 Applications close on Thursday 17 November.

Items for sale

Please text 0430-221-724 if you are interested in any of these items.

Extendable table and 5 chairs – in good condition ($700 new), $300
Basketball pole and hoop – near new ($350 new), $200
Boys 24-inch bike – good condition, $120
Unicycle – 24 inch ($150 new), $60
Weightlifting equipment, including bench press, $50
Treadmill, powerful motor but noisy, Free
Workbench, Free
Sleeping bag, Free

Sunday 23 October 2022

The Jewish Australian Dream

Would you like to own your own home in a Jewish neighbourhood? Do you want a home with a backyard starting at $500,000? Would you like to join a shomer shabbos community in West Melbourne? Westwood Walk in Fraser Rise is home to a new Shomer Shabbos community moving into North-West Melbourne in 2023. There are over 20 frum families who have committed to moving, by placing significant deposits on house and land packages. Land has been secured for a shule and mikva.
To find out more contact Eli Kantor on 0425740518.

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Early Shabbos minyan times 5783 (2022-23)

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BDE: Robert Baum


With deep sorrow we announce the passing of
our dear brother

Robert Baum

Reuven Michael ben David ע''ה

Husband of Nomi Baum

Father of Yehuda, Yisrael,Yocheved
Brother of Geofrey Baum, Rahel Baum

The levaya will be held at
Funeral took place in Israel

Shiva will be held at
163 Balaclava Road, Caulfield North Rest Period 1:00 - 4:00pm (no visitors after 8:30pm)

Minyonim Times
Shacharit - Sunday 23 October - 8:00am & Monday 24 - Thursday 28 October - 7:00am Mincha / Ma'ariv - Sunday 23 October - Wednesday 27 October - 7:30pm

Wife and children are sitting Shiva in Jerusalem

Hamakom Yenachem Etchem Betoch She'ar Aveilei Tzion ViYerushalayim

‎המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים

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Thursday 20 October 2022

Shabbos Tzetl: Bereshit

6:24pm - Early candle lighting
7:25pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
8:25pm - Havdalah, Saturday
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Genesis 1:1–6:8
G‑d creates the world in six days. On the first day He makes darkness and light. On the second day He forms the heavens, dividing the "upper waters" from the "lower waters." On the third day He sets the boundaries of land and sea, and calls forth trees and greenery from the earth. On the fourth day He fixes the position of the sun, moon and stars as timekeepers and illuminators of the earth. Fish, birds and reptiles are created on the fifth day; land animals, and then the human being, on the sixth. G‑d ceases work on the seventh day, and sanctifies it as a day of rest.

G‑d forms the human body from the dust of the earth, and blows into his nostrils a "living soul." Originally Man is a single person, but deciding that "it is not good that man be alone," G‑d takes a "side" from the man, forms it into a woman, and marries them to each other.

Adam and Eve are placed in the Garden of Eden, and commanded not to eat from the "Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil." The serpent persuades Eve to violate the command, and she shares the forbidden fruit with her husband. Because of their sin, it is decreed that man will experience death, returning to the soil from which he was formed, and that all gain will come only through struggle and hardship. Man is banished from the Garden.

Eve gives birth to two sons, Cain and Abel. Cain quarrels with Abel and murders him, and becomes a rootless wanderer. A third son, Seth, is born to Adam; Seth's eighth-generation descendant, Noah, is the only righteous man in a corrupt world.

Isaiah 42:5-21.

The haftorah of this week's reading opens with a statement by "the Almighty G‑d, who created the heavens and stretched them out, who laid out the earth and made grow from it." This echoes the Torah portion's recounting of the creation of the world in six days.

G‑d speaks to the prophet Isaiah, reminding him of his life's purpose and duty, namely that of arousing the Jewish people to return to being a light unto the nations, "To open blind eyes, to bring prisoners out of a dungeon; those who sit in darkness out of a prison."

The prophecy continues with a discussion regarding the Final Redemption, and the song that all of creation will sing to G‑d on that day. G‑d promises to punish all the nations that have persecuted Israel while they were exiled. The prophet also rebukes Israel for their errant ways, but assures them that they will return to the correct path and will be redeemed.


In the beginning G‑d created the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1:1)

The Torah says: "I was the tool of G‑d's artistry." An architect who builds a palace does not do so on his own; he has scrolls and notebooks which he consults regarding how to place the rooms, where to set the doors. So it was with G‑d: He looked into the Torah and created the world.

(Midrash Rabbah)

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Mazaltov! Baby GIRL! Pinczower (Drizin)



Chaim and Chaya Pinczower
(nee Drizin)

are thrilled to announce the arrival of


in New York

Baby sister for
Sarah and Esther

Mazaltov to the Grandparents
Jonathan and Rochel Pinczower
Motti and Chani Drizin

Mazaltov to the GreatGrandparents
Miriem Pinczower
Dovid and Chaya Lawrence
Chana Drizin
Binyomin and Dobra Baila Schlanger

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Wednesday 19 October 2022

After Sukkot Schach Sale

35% discount
2.6x3.1 SOLD OUT
2.1x3.1 $145 (regular price $225)
2.1x2.6 $125 " " $195)
1.6x3.1 $115 " " $ 175)
2.1x2.1 $!00 " " $155)
1.1x.1 $75 " " $120)
S. Gurewicz

Sunday 16 October 2022

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Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah Tzetl 5783

7:20pm - Sunday, light candles 
8:19pm - Monday, light candles after
8:20pm - Tuesday, YomTov concludes
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: See
Shabbat Shalom! 

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Deuteronomy 14:22-16:17; Numbers 29:35
A tenth of all produce is to be eaten in Jerusalem, or else exchanged for money with which food is purchased and eaten there. On certain years this tithe is given to the poor instead. Firstborn cattle and sheep are to be offered in the Temple and their meat eaten by the Kohen (priest).

The mitzvah of charity obligates a Jew to aid a needy fellow with a gift or loan. On the Sabbatical year (occurring every seventh year) all loans are to be forgiven. All indentured servants are to be set free after six years of service.

The portion then mentions the laws of the three pilgrimage festivals — Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot — when all should go to "see and be seen" before G‑d in the Holy Temple.

G‑d declares that the eighth day will be the festival of Shemini Atzeret, one bullock is offered, together with a ram and seven lambs. With each of the animals is brought the prescribed meal, wine and oil supplements: three tenths of an efah of fine flour, and half a hin each of wine and oil, per bullock; two tenths of an efah of flour and a third of a hin of each of the liquids for each ram; and one tenth and one quarter respectively for each lamb.

The Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret Torah readings are from Leviticus 22-23, Numbers 29, and Deuteronomy 14-16. These readings detail the laws of the moadim or "appointed times" on the Jewish calendar for festive celebration of our bond with G‑d; including the mitzvot of dwelling in the sukkah (branch-covered hut) and taking the "Four Kinds" on the festival of Sukkot; the offerings brought in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem on Sukkot, and the obligation to journey to the Holy Temple to "to see and be seen before the face of G‑d" on the three annual pilgrimage festivals — Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot.

On Simchat Torah ("Rejoicing of the Torah") we conclude, and begin anew, the annual Torah-reading cycle. First we read the Torah section of V'zot HaBerachah, which recounts the blessings that Moses gave to each of the twelve tribes of Israel before his death. Echoing Jacob's blessings to his twelve sons five generations earlier, Moses assigns and empowers each tribe with its individual role within the community of Israel.

V'zot HaBerachah then relates how Moses ascended Mount Nebo from whose summit he saw the Promised Land. "And Moses the servant of G‑d died there in the Land of Moab by the mouth of G‑d... and no man knows his burial place to this day." The Torah concludes by attesting that "There arose not a prophet since in Israel like Moses, whom G‑d knew face to face... and in all the mighty hand and the great awesome things which Moses did before the eyes of all Israel."

Immediately after concluding the Torah, we begin it anew by reading the first chapter of Genesis (the beginning of next Shabbat's Torah reading) describing G‑d's creation of the world in six days and His ceasing work on the seventh—which He sanctified and blessed as a day of rest.

I Kings 8:54-66.
The setting for the haftorah for the holiday of Shemini Atzeret is the dedication of the first Holy Temple by King Solomon. The dedication was a seven-day festive affair, which was immediately followed by the seven festive days of the holiday of Sukkot. And then, as we read in this haftorah, on the "eighth day" (i.e., Shemini Atzeret), Solomon sent the people off to their homes.

The reading opens immediately after King Solomon concludes a lengthy public prayer to G‑d. He then blesses the assembled Jewish people and encourages them to follow G‑d's will and observe the commandments—it is this blessing that occupies the bulk of the reading.

The King then inaugurates the Holy Temple by bringing various offerings: peace offerings, burnt offerings, and meal and fat offerings. And then, "on the eighth day he dismissed the people, and they blessed the King and went to their homes, rejoicing and delighted of heart for all the goodness that G‑d had wrought for David His servant and for Israel His people."

Joshua 1:1-18.
This week's Haftorah describes Joshua's succession of his master Moses, whose passing is discussed in the Torah reading.

G‑d reveals Himself to Joshua, and appoints him as Moses' successor. G‑d encouraged Joshua to lead the Israelites in to the Holy Land. "Every place on which the soles of your feet will tread I have given to you, as I have spoken to Moses. From this desert and Lebanon to the great river, the Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites to the great sea westward shall be your boundary." G‑d assures Joshua that He will be with him just as He was with Moses and encourages him to be strong and brave, to study the Torah constantly and keep it close, so that he may succeed in all his endeavours.

Joshua orders his officers to prepare the Jewish people to cross the Jordan River. He then tells the members of the tribes of Reuben, Gad and half the tribe of Manasseh, who had chosen to settle on the eastern bank of the Jordan, to go and assist their brethren in the conquest of the Canaanite mainland, after which they would return to their plot of land. The Jewish people pledge their allegiance to Joshua: "Just as we obeyed Moses in everything, so shall we obey you. Only that the L-rd your G‑d be with you as He was with Moses."

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Saturday 15 October 2022

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Be ready for that first hot day, Modest Mermaid has you covered. Cover up in style with our brand new range of flattering and fashionable modest swimwear with SPF50+.  Modest Mermaid have a range of options to suit all levels of modesty including leggings to go under swim dresses, skirts to increase coverage. For questions feel free to email Emily on or call her on 0438002270.

Friday 14 October 2022

Shabbos Tzetl: Chol HaMoed Sukkot

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6:18pm - Early candle lighting
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Eruv Status: KOSHER
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Exodus 33:12-34:26
G‑d agrees to Moses' request that His presence only dwell amongst the Jews. Moses requests to be shown G‑d's glory. G‑d agrees, but informs Moses that he will only be shown G‑d's "back," not G‑d's "face."

G‑d tells Moses to carve new tablets upon which G‑d will engrave the Ten Commandments. Moses takes the new tablets up to Mt. Sinai, where G‑d reveals His glory to Moses while proclaiming His Thirteen Attributes of Mercy.

G‑d seals a covenant with Moses, assuring him again that His presence will only dwell with the Jews. G‑d informs the Jewish people that He will drive the Canaanites from before them. He instructs them to destroy all vestiges of idolatry from the land, not to make molten gods, to refrain from making any covenants with its current inhabitants, to sanctify male firstborn humans and cattle, and not to cook meat together with milk.

The Jews are commanded to observe the three festivals — including the holiday of Sukkot, "the festival of the ingathering, at the turn of the year." All males are commanded to make pilgrimage to "be seen by G‑d" during these three festivals.

The maftir, from the Book of Numbers, discusses the public offerings brought in the Temple on this day of Sukkot.

Ezekiel 38:18-39:16.

The subject of the haftorah of this Shabbat is the war of Gog and Magog that will precede the Final Redemption. Its connection to the holiday of Sukkot is that according to tradition the war will take place during the month of Tishrei, the month when the holiday of Sukkot falls. In addition, this war is identical to the one described in the fourteenth chapter of Zachariah, the haftorah read on the first day of Sukkot, which concludes by saying that the gentile survivors of this war will be required to go to Jerusalem every year on the holiday of Sukkot to pay homage to G‑d.

The prophet describes Gog's war against Israel and G‑d's furious response. G‑d will send an earthquake, pestilence, great floods and hailstones and fire—utterly destroying Gog's armies.

"And I will reveal Myself in My greatness and in My holiness and will be recognized in the eyes of many nations, and they will know that I am the Lord. . . . I will make known My Holy Name in the midst of My people Israel, and I will no longer cause My Holy Name to be profaned, and the nations will know that I, the Lord, am holy in Israel."

The haftorah concludes by  saying that the weaponry of the defeated armies of Gog will provide fuel for fire for seven years! The Jews "shall carry no wood from the fields nor cut down any from the forests, for they shall make fires from the weapons."


G‑d said to Moses: "Hew for yourself two tablets of stone like the first; and I will write upon these tablets the words that were on the first tablets, which you broke" (34:1)

G‑d said to Moses: Do not be distressed over the first tablets, which contained only the Ten Commandments. In the second tablets I am giving you also halachahmidrash and aggadah.

(Midrash Rabbah)

Had Israel not sinned with the Golden Calf, they would have received only the Five Books of Moses and the book of Joshua. Why? Because, as the verse (Ecclesiastes 1:18) says, "Much wisdom comes through much grief."

(Talmud, Nedarim 22b)

No man shall come up with you, nor let any man be seen throughout all the mountain (34:3)

The first tablets, which were given in great fanfare and noise, were destroyed, while the second tablets, given in private, endured. For there is no better trait than modesty.


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Thursday 13 October 2022

BDE: Devorah Chana Bas Tzvi A”H

Boruch Dayan HoEmes

With deep sorrow we announce the passing of
Debra Belleli - Devorah Chana Bas Tzvi A"H

Mother of Dina and Zac Belleli

Daughter of Tilly Ciechanowski
Granddaughter to Mrs Sylvia Metsch
Sister of Karli Jacobs and Esther Lever
Sister-in-law of Ronnie Jacobs and Norman Lever

Hamokom Yenachem Eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim

‎המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים


BDE: Selwyn (Bulka) Milner ז''ל

With great sadness we announce the passing of


Selwyn (Bulka) Milner ז''ל

On Shabbat Shuva


Husband of Rene

Father and father-in-law to Allen & BatshevaDavid & Stacey and Saul & Sharon

Grandfather of GemmaZacMiaIsabellaAriella and Jordan


The funeral took place on Erev Yom Kippur

Much loved, respected and greatly missed


המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים


Wednesday 12 October 2022


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Mazaltov! Baby BOY! Zajac (Aron) 👶🏻



Channa and Aba Zajac
(nee Aron)

With gratitude to Hashem are thrilled to announce the birth of

A Baby BOY

in Los Angeles

Mazaltov to the Grandparents
Levi and Robin Aron
Rabbi Avraham and Stery Zajac

Mazaltov to the GreatGrandparents
Raphael and Shani Aron (Melbourne)
Joseph and Elena Bazes (Ra'anana, Israel)
Rebbitzen Rivkah Zajac (Brazil/NewYork)
Rabbi Sholom Dovber and Mrs Tova Levine(Los Angeles)

Great Great Grandmother 
Mrs Lily Milecki (Melbourne)

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