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
Monday 26 September 2016 - S.P.A.R.C.S will be joining Lapid at B'Nai Brith Parents Home - 10.30am
Tuesday 27 September 2016 - Rabbi Levi Wolff's Shiur - 8.00pm
Wednesday 28 September 2016 - Rabbi Levi Wolff's Ladies Shiur - 9.45am
Bar Mitzvah Anniversaries - Mazel Tov
I Eddie Ross I Paul Vesely I Anthony Eisen I Jacob Wine I Alex Smith I Jake Abrahams I Peter Hardi I Terry Goodman I Selah Krassenstein I
Deena Wolpert on her Bat Mitzvah and to her parents, Terri Wolpert and Paul Golan and Jay and Fayne Wolpert, and grandparents, Alvin and Debbi Blumenthal and Tammy and Kenneth Wolpert, and great-grandparents, Ella Blumenthal and Flora Gutstein.
Adam Schildkraut on his Bar Mitzvah and to his parents, Natasha and Michael Schildkraut and grandparents, Edna Schildkraut, Michael Zusman and Leonie Zusman, and great-grandmother, Lora Zusman.
Ariel Filler on his forthcoming Bar Mitzvah and to his parents, Robbie and Marika Filler and grandparents, Fay Filler and Dianna Givorshner, and great-grandmother, Helga Givorshner.
Michael Roth and Jessica Finkelstein on their Engagement and to their parents, Charmaine and Stanley Roth AM and Jacky and Michael Finkelstein, and grandparents, Nicky and Peter Strasser and Bernice and Judah Finkelstein.
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.