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Mizrachi -

Melbourne's Leading Religious Zionist Organisation.

Important Announcements 

Latest Mizrachi Matters - Shabbat Yitro


Mazal tov to:
Jaid & Amir Esterman on the birth of their son.
Ora-Tali & Noam Korbl on the birth of their daughter, Yaella Yaffa Raizel.
Taryn Rodkin & David (Duvi) Feldman on their forthcoming wedding.
Avital Greenberger & Martin Tavella on their forthcoming wedding.

Upcoming Shiurim

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Shabbat Details

Friday Night

Candle Lighting
: 8:20pm

Shabbat Day

Havdalah
: 9:21pm

This week's Torah portion is Parshat Mishpatim

Candle Lighting

Friday, Jan 28, 8:20pm

Havdalah

Motzei Shabbat, Jan 29, 9:21pm

 

About Mizrachi

The vibrancy of the Mizrachi Organisation is reflected in the range of services we offer the community; participate in weekday and Shabbat tefillah services in a choice of different minyanim, join a shiur or learn one-on-one in our Beit Midrash, enjoy social and cultural events throughout the year and much more.

Mizrachi is also the parent body of Melbourne’s foremost Religious Zionist K-12 educational institution, Leibler Yavneh College, and home to the vibrant Bnei Akiva youth movement.

In addition, Australasia’s principal kashrut authority, Kosher Australia, was founded by Mizrachi and is the primary source of kashrut information for over 50,000 Jews across the country.

Whether you are a local or visiting from abroad, we would be delighted to welcome you at Mizrachi.

CONTACT DETAILS

Office:

Phone: 8317 2504

Email: office@mizrachi.com.au

81 Balaclava Road
Caulfield North, 3161

Hours:

Mon – Thurs 8:30am – 5:00pm
 
Fridays 8:30am-3:00pm
 

Senior Rav - Rabbi Danny Mirvis

Dublin-born and London-raised, Rabbi Danny Mirvis is an alumnus of the Hesder Program at Yeshivat Har Etzion, where he studied under the founding Rashei Yeshiva, Rabbi Yehuda Amital zt”l and Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein zt”l. 

For more on Rabbi Mirvis and our Rabbinic Leadership

 

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Sun, 23 January 2022 21 Shevat 5782