Stimulate your Jewish mind and arouse your Jewish heart with your choice of shiurim and study sessions on a wide selection of topics.
Monday morning Weekly Shiur
Think you know the classic Bible stories back to front? Think again. Each week you can participate in an in-depth shiur on the weekly Torah portion, analysing it through multiple and diverse lenses ranging from classic to contemporary commentaries and rich in practical lessons for everyday life. Monday nights 10:00am-11:00am
Kabbala and Topical Courses
Demystify the mystical at the NEJC. Join Rabbi Rabin as he unravels the secrets of ancient Jewish mysticism – the Kabbala, at our Kabbala courses.There are also topical classes given throughout the year oncontemporary and dynamic subjects. Visit the what's on or upcoming events page for more info.
Back to Basics
Need improvement on your Hebrew reading skills? How about a quick reminder on how to put on tefillin? You may contact Rabbi Rabin for a session on how to get back to basics in your Jewish skills. Learn how to follow a shul service, perfect your performance when getting called up to the Torah, or just have a one-on-one with the rabbi on any issues or questions you may have about Judaism. It really is just a phone call away. Rabbi Rabin -0430 770 115
Torah on One Foot
Every week after the Kiddush on Shabbat morning (during the summer months) join Rabbi Rabin for a quick 10 minute class on a question and answer which covers a very wide range of relevant and interesting questions!
Seudah Shlishit Inspiration
What better way to spend a Shabbat afternoon? Join us for the Mincha (afternoon) service every Shabbat (during the summer months), and then stay on for a refreshing “Seudah Shlishit” meal with some inpiring and stimulating Jewish discussion. If you would like to present at the Seudah please email Rabbi Rabin and he can arrange a week for you to share your wisdom with everyone! During winter Mincha is said after the Kiddush on Shabbat morning.
Ask the Rabbi
“Ask the Rabbi” is an interactive feature of this site that allows you to ask the rabbi any questions you want about any subject you want in Judaism. Your question will remain confidential and you should receive a response within 24 hours. [CLICK HERE] and you may submit your questions at any time in any place 6 days a week (but not between sunset on Friday and nightfall on Saturday, of course).