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Application for a cemetery In 1842 David Nathan and John Montefiore applied for 0.4ha of land on the corner of Karangahape Road and Symonds Street, then on the outskirts of the town, for a Jewish Cemetery.The land was granted and the cemetery was officially opened on 24 November 1843.The Board had always considered that Celebrate Messiah NZ (CMNZ), with its focus on evangelism, shared our heart to see the Jewish people come to know Yeshua as their Messiah.When we learned that the Lord had impressed on them in a new way the importance of prayer for His people together with the arrival in NZ of Michael and Teresa Thomas with their giftings, discussions were commenced between our two organisations.Hagshama Australia works to support young adults from around Australia to fulfill their Zionism beliefs via a dynamic range of social, educational and cultural Israel inspired events. Hagshama is a non-profit body, operating under the Department for Diaspora Activities of the World Zionist Organisation and has been running events in Australia since 1999. A big word in the Jewish community and a household name for young adults between the ages of 20-39 living in Sydney (and around the world – but we don’t like to boast). From social to cultural, education to spiritual, no matter what your taste, we’ve got you covered.We’re a young adult division of The Shalom Institute – a constituent organisation of the JCA. We have a fresh and interactive website, opportunities for volunteering, a Professional Women’s Forum, a revamped dating website and even an incredibly successful mother’s group.
[email protected] is the education department of The Shalom Institute.
As we’re a pluralistic and apolitical organisation, whatever life-stage you’re at or however you like to express you’re Jewish identity, Network’s got something for you. Shalom Baby connects parents and children (0-3 years) the the Sydney Jewish community, offering friendship, support and activities.
Shalom PREGGY, Shalom BABY and Shalom TOTS - we connect you along your journey of parenthood.au The PJ Library ("pj" for pyjamas) program offers the gift of free, high quality Jewish books and music each month to children ages 6 months through to 6 years across NSW and the ACT.
The older dates are from the Hebrew Calendar, which begins at creation, and 3760 years before the start of our current dating system, based on the birth of Jesus.
So the year 2015 can be considered in the Hebrew calendar to be 5775.