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 Candle lighting 5:04pm  Havdallah 6:05pm
Mishkan T'shuvah, our new machzorim for the High Holy Days are almost here. There are limited quantities available for sale in the office. Order your set today, or sponsor a set for the community. Look out for special opportunities to learn about the Machzor in August & September during Lunch 'n Learn.
Order Your Machzor!
Sponsor A Machzor!
Our Shabbat celebration begins this morning with Bubs & Bagels at 10am lead by Natalie Stone. A unique program of playtime & music and designed specifically for grandparents, parents and guardians with children aged 0 – 3 years. 
Rabbi Lazarow and I invite you to us for Kabbalat Panim at 6pm followed immediately by Kabbalah Shabbat at 6.15pm in the Main Sanctuary or alternatively why not try our  Hineinu - Kabbalat Shabbat Service which commences at 6pm in Friedlander.

Hineinu is an alternative Kallablat Shabbat and Maariv experience, providing an opportunity for personal and communal prayer in a tranquil & invigorating setting. Lay-led by Patrick Prunster and Elizabeth Riordan.

Next Dor Mid-Winter Games Night Pyjama Party
7.30pm Friday 19th July

For those in their 20s and 30s, Next Dor is hosting a Mid-Winter Games Night Pyjama Party, following Hineinu.

Hang out with us, warm and cosy in your favourite PJs or onesies, with a selection of board games to play.

We’ll be enjoying matzah ball soup and hot chocolate too!
Our Shacharit Shabbat service starts on Saturday morning at 10am, and we welcome Jada Simmelmann to the Torah to celebrate her bat mitzvah!  Mazal tov to Jada and her family.

Also mazal tov to Caroline Heard who is leyning Torah in honour of her 70th birthday.
We also have a special Minchah Shabbat on Saturday at 5pm. This includes the bat mitzvah of Samantha Katz!  We wish a hearty Mazal tov to the Katz family.
TBI Member Forums
3pm, Sunday 28th July
6pm, Monday 29th July


We are holding two forums to enable members to participate in planning for the use of the kindergarten space on TBI premises. which will be vacated by King David School in 2020
The Board will present a series of options for discussion.

Bring your ideas; Envision the future; Join the conversation.

Ideas generated are valuable for TBI’s future planning for this space. We’re looking for income producing or cost neutral improvements. This is a once in a generation opportunity.

Happy Birthday to:

Maureen Bereson
Happy Anniversary to:

Stan Marks OAM and Eva Marks
This year, like last year, TBI is producing our Book of Remembrance to help us recall and honour our loved ones during the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur.
 
In keeping with this tradition, it is customary to recall our loved ones’ names at times of mourning, and to keep them at the forefront of our hearts and minds. When we write down their names their lives continue to have a significant place in our world, even though they are physically no longer with us.
 
We encourage you to continue this tradition, and to fulfil the mitzvah of remembering by completing and returning the form by 12 August 2019 to ensure the inclusion of your loved ones’ names in the TBI Book of Remembrance.
 
This book will be distributed prior to the TBI Yizkor service on Yom Kippur, Wednesday 9 October 2019.

If you have any questions about the Book of Remembrance, please email us.
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Shabbat Shalom,

Cantor Michel Laloum
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