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Jewish Melbourne: Rosh Hashanah Services at TBIDue to the Melbourne lockdown, synagogues were unable to host services in-person for Rosh Hashanah. Temple Beth Israel livestreamed their services instead.
Jewish Melbourne: TBI N'ilah ServiceDue to Melbourne's lockdown, people were unable to attend services in-person for Yom Kippur in 2020. Instead, Temple Beth Israel livestreamed their N'ilah service.
Jewish Melbourne: TBI Kol Nidre family serviceMelbourne was in lockdown over Yom Kippur and so Temple Beth Israel organised a video of their Kol Nidre Family Service
Jewish Melbourne: Visiting TBI's SukkahSukkot took place during lockdown in 2020, and so Temple Beth Israel organised a booking system to visit their Sukkah: "Following the ancient ritual of Ushpizin, we invite you to bring your decorations, leave a note, shake the Lulav and smell the Etrog. Help us make our sukkah beautiful and filled with community spirit."
Jewish Melbourne: TBI visits their Chatan and Kallah Torah for Simchat Torah at home"Mazal tov to Craig Levin and Sue Silberberg, our Chatan and Kallat Torah for 2020! To celebrate their incredible contributions to our community, we took Torah to their homes. During our a Simchat Torah services each also shared some thoughts about the past and future of our community. Watch our video here: https://youtu.be/4mALluYXlis"
Jewish Melbourne: TBI online course on medical ethics"JEWISH MEDICAL ETHICS TUESDAY 13 OCTOBER AT 12PM Commencing tomorrow, Rabbi Ettlinger will be hosting a 4 part series on Medical Ethics. This 1-hour lunchtime session promises to be fascinating! "What is permissible, what is not, how far can we stretch our understanding of science for the better good? As science develops, it creates ethical dilemmas, which we could never have contemplated 10 or even 20 years ago, never mind 100 or two." Over the next 4 weeks, topics will include: Prenatal intervention, genetic identity, pain and drugs and heroic measures in dying."