Personal stories from the many people who make up our wonderful, diverse and dynamic community. We thank them all for taking the time to share.
Canberra – A place that counts in our community
The ACT community was formally established in 1951 with the National Memorial Centre opening twenty years later- welcomes all Jewish people to Canberra and enjoys diverse religious, educational, cultural and social activities. The Centre is home to both Orthodox and Progressive congregations.
Through names we connect to history
A much loved and respected member of the Sydney Jewish museum team, Dr Rebecca Kummerfeld farewelled the organisation after six and a half years. This is her final speech.
It’s a good thing we were there today
You join the CSG and meet like-minded people with big hearts who want to give back.
The Two of Us
Meet Adam Silver, a young and dynamic community member with a lived experience of mental health.
Connecting as a family
'One of our favourite PJ books is Todah - a real testament to Jewish values of being grateful for the world we live in. It's about embracing the Jewish way.'
Developing an army of volunteers
Lana manages upwards of 500 volunteers
Navigating domestic violence
'I saw the ad for JewishCare's Domestic Violence Support Group for Women on the back of the school newsletter.'
Our school captains
Our school captains share their thoughts on leadership, Jewish identity and their community
Speedy Shatari (they/them) passion for community now and for the future
Speedy Shatari has a real passion for community and has actively pursued this through their work with our community. Few can say that they have made this kind of impact in such a short amount of time.