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Return to services

With 70% vaccination rates reached in NSW, we are excited to announce that in-person services have recommenced. Shabbat services start with Friday night service at 6:30pm

on October 15 and Shabbat morning from 9:15am. 




Rabbi Lewin's weekly Drasha continues on YouTube, as well as a new series of shiurim on Zoom.

Please follow the links in the Rabbi's Weekly Newsletter (RWN)

For service times, including mid-week Minyanim, please click here 


Community Events


Click here to view and book for our forthcoming Events


- see Our Digital Shul .


We have also established a support service to allow our Congregants to keep in touch
and seek support as required (see below)  - please contact us.


Keep up with us on  with Rabbi's Weekly News and on Facebook.

Visit Rabbi Lewin's own website for his latest videos and messages

Please click here for the Board Report for 2020-2021 


Isolation - how we can help


Self-isolation can be a lonely and restrictive time, and we are here to help. We have a team of wonderful and able-bodied volunteers who are available to assist with any practical chores that you require assistance with. This list includes, but is not limited to:

  • Gardening

  • Grocery shopping

  • Dog walking

  • Going to the pharmacy

  • Taking your pet to the vet

  • Banking

  • Taking you to a doctor's appointment

Rabbi Lewin himself is right at the end of the phone if you require any emotional support, pastoral care, or just a friendly chat. His number is 0408 690 354.

For those dealing with any depression or anxiety please call the Rabbi directly on 0408 690 354.

Anyone in a domestic violent situation at home that you are unable to escape from, please call the office on 9416 3710 or 0416 255 395 (Claire) and give the code word 'Sukkot.'


Watch Rabbi Lewin's video on "What to do when Shul is Closed"and more videos at Our Digital Shul

Would you like to brush up or learn some new technology skills? One of our members, Arlaine Berman is running free online tutorials on a variety of topics.

Wishing all of you and your families good heath and strength at this difficult time.

The North Shore Synagogue exists to nurture and foster a Modern Orthodox Jewish environment of warmth, care and inspiration for our community, to engage and grow spiritually, intellectually and culturally.