Friday 22 October 2016

Shabbat Cho HaMoed

Candle Lighting 6.54pm

Shabbat Ends 7.55pm

Friday 21 October 2016 - Chol HaMoed

Shacharit: 6.30am

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat: 5.45pm

Light Candles: 6.54pm

Saturday 22 October 2016 - Shabbat Chol HaMoed

Shacharit: 8.45am

Mincha followed by Maariv: 6.55pm

Shabbat ends: 7.55pm

Sunday 23 October 2016 - Hoshana Raba

Shacharit: 7.30am

Mincha followed by Maariv: 6.00pm

Candle Lighting: 6.56pm

Monday 24 October 2016 - Shemini Atzeret

Shacharit: 8.45am

Hallel/Torah: 9.30am

Yizkor/Sermon: 10.15am

Mussaf: 10.30am:

Mincha followed by Maariv/Hakafot: 7.00pm

Light Candles after: 7.56pm


Tuesday 25 October 2016 - Simchat Torah

Shacharit: 8.45am

Kiddush & Hakafot: 10.00am

Community Kiddish following Service

Mincha: 6.50pm

Maariv & Yom Tov ends: 7.57pm

Wednesday 26 October 2016

Shacharit: 6.30am

Mincha followed by Maariv: 7.15pm

Thursday 27 October 2016

Shacharit: 6.30am

Mincha followed by Maariv: 7.15pm

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The Central Synagogue is a modern Orthodox synagogue and the spiritual home of the largest Jewish congregation in the Southern Hemisphere. We are an active and vibrant Jewish centre for all ages, which stands solidly on three fundamental and powerful foundations: Spiritual Life, Continuity of a Vibrant Congregation, and Love and Support of Israel. Our community gathers in the warm and loving sanctuary to pray, observe Shabbat and festivals, or to commemorate special anniversaries and yahrzeits. Our doors are always open for people to find emotional support, spend precious time with family and friends, and to demonstrate their connection with the Jewish people throughout the world.

Upcoming Events at The Central Synagogue.....see our What's on page for more details

Bar Mitzvah Anniversaries - Mazel Tov

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Mazel Tov

Mia Boyarsky on her Bat Mitzvah and to her parents, Taryn and Andrew Boyarsky, and grandparents, Vera and Alex Boyarsky and Norma and Cecil Hoffman, and great-grandmother, Irene Boyarsky.

Tuesday 25 October 2016 - Mazaltov to:

Stanley Kahn on his Bar Mitzvah anniversary.

Important Announcement

Please note that effective from Monday, 7 September 2015  entry or egress from Kenilworth Street at the rear of the synagogue on Shabbat and High Holydays will NO longer be available to the general public. For those who have a disability or for the elderly, please contact the office on (02) 9355-4000 to discuss special entry permission. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.  

Please use the main entrance on Bon Accord Avenue in future for entry and egress.