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 VISION STATEMENT

We are a warm and welcoming Synagogue that inspires congregants through our spiritually uplifting services and commitment to Jewish living. Kehilat Nitzan’s members generously donate their time, talents and resources to support each other in study, prayer and tikkun olam (social action).

We are committed to being a traditional and inclusive religious, spiritual, educational and cultural home for all Jewish individuals, couples and families. We are building a bright Jewish future for the next generation through our commitment to youth education and engagement.

We are committed to Halachah (Jewish law) and tradition according to a Masorti perspective that befits our time and circumstances. Our approach to Judaism reflects our ongoing relationship with God and ever-unfolding understanding of God’s Will; we see our religious obligations as a blessing in every moment.

MISSION STATEMENT

Kehilat Nitzan’s mission is to be an inclusive, vibrant home where traditional Judaism is  lived and breathed, where community is family, where learning inspires action, where prayer touches the hearts and good deeds repair the world.    

We are an egalitarian Masorti (Conservative) congregation, dedicated to worshipping God through Torah (Study), Avodah (Prayer) and Gemilut Chasadim (Acts of loving-kindness).                                                                

Our purpose is to be a spiritual, cultural and religious home that fosters strong Jewish values, connection and commitment to Jewish living through pride in our Jewish heritage, lifelong education, tzedaka, and tikkun olam (social action).

     

Purim Megilah Reading

Thursday 25 February 8:00pm

Including KN's inaugural Purim Poetry Competition.


Choose your style and theme and bring it on the night!

Please click here for the fine print!

 

 
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SEPHARDI JEWRY - THE JEWS OF SPAIN
A short course with Paul Forgasz
Commencing Tuesday 2 March
For registration email the office - info@kehilatnitzan.org.au

Shabbat Times

This week's Torah portion is Parshat Tetzaveh

Candle Lighting

Shabbat, Feb 27, 7:45p

Havdalah

Motzei Shabbat, Feb 27, 8:53p
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Sat, 27 February 2021 15 Adar 5781