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We are delighted to invite the community to celebrate Shavuot with us. Please join us on First Night Shavuot, Sunday 16 May, for our Family Shavuot Dinner. See the below flyer for more information.

After the dinner, we will be hosting a fascinating Tikkun Leil learning program. Please keep an eye out for more information coming soon!

Bookings for our Shavuot Dinner are now open for members. Non-members will be able to book from Monday, 3 May. Bookings will close on Sunday, 9 May unless sold out earlier.

To book for our First Night Shavuot Dinner, please click here



Please join us for our Shavuot Tikkun Leil Learning Program on Sunday evening, 16 May at 8.30pm.

We have partnered with the AJFN (Australian Jewish Fertility Network) to deliver what promises to be a most fascinating and insightful evening. We are thrilled to have brilliant speakers discussing 'Judaism and Fertility: A professional, halachic and personal view'. A dessert buffet will be available throughout the evening too!


To register for our Tikkun Leil Learning Program,
please click here


We are looking forward to celebrating Shavuot with your children on First Day Shavuot, Monday 17 May from 10am. Listen to the 10 Commandments, participate in special activities, enjoy ice cream and receive a special gift from Rabbi Dovy Rapoport! Registration for this event will be available with our Shavuot Shul Services registration next week.




Please join our wider community to celebrate Yom Yerushalayim at Kehillat Kadimah on Sunday, 9 May.

To pre-register, please click here




Please join us at our next Kadimah Ladies' Lunch and Learn on Thursday 27th May with guest speaker Eileen Franklin. Please RSVP to Karen in the office by Monday 24th May or 9371 7300.

Eileen Franklin studied at universities in South Africa and America and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Jewish History from Yeshiva University. She was the Director of Jewish Education at Mount Sinai College and was appointed Executive Director of APJA, the Asia Pacific Jewish Association. During this time, Eileen met the Chinese Head of the Department of Jewish Studies at Nanjing University. She will share her experiences with us.




Our next KMCC meeting will be on Wednesday 2nd June at 2pm. Please join us for a coffee and a shmooze!



Opportunities to be Involved



Amongst the great features of our community is the caring and attentive work of the Bikkur Cholim team, led by John Temple and supported by several dedicated volunteers. Rabbi Rapoport and Rabbi Niasoff also make visits to ensure that members, as well as the parents and grandparents of members, who are in care facilities remain connected to our community even if they aren’t able to attend shul as frequently as they would like. 

If you are able to spare a couple of hours once or twice a month, you can brighten the day of someone in our community.

This is open to all ages, and support material and guidance is offered to ensure visits are effective and make a good impact on the lives of those you meet. Additionally, if you know of someone in any of the local hospitals, aged care facilities, or private homes who would benefit from a social visit, please contact the office on 9371 7300.


Do you have a celebration coming up in the family? Or would you like to honour the memory of a loved one? Or do you just feel it is "your turn"? If you would like more information on sponsoring a Kiddush, please contact the office on 9371 7300 or Bernice Charif on 0410 303 934 for more information.


Many of our community already fulfil the mitzvah of providing meals during times of need. Chesed and simcha meals are a way to coordinate short-term assistance with meals for those who require them, for example during the shiva period, illness or when a young family brings home a newborn baby. If members of our Kehillat Kadimah community hear of such needs a food chain can be coordinated for this purpose. For further enquiries, please contact Ellie Temple on


Occasionally we have people at Shul on a Friday night or Shabbat morning who do not have a Shabbat meal to attend. As a warm and welcoming community we try to have a roster of kosher homes organised so that if the situation arises we can offer someone a Shabbat meal to attend. If you are able to assist please contact Mervyn Katz in the office on 9371 7300, ext 5.

Additionally, if you or someone you know are in need of a Shabbat meal, please contact Mervyn with your requirements.

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