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North Shore Temple Emanuel

a Progressive Jewish Congregation

Welcome to North Shore Temple Emanuel

A Progressive and egalitarian congregation that celebrates the spirit and contribution of all in our community


Inspiring Worship

Our services blend creativity and tradition, age old rituals and innovative ideas.

Excellence in Education

Our education offerings for all ages include an innovative and inspiring Hebrew and Religion School.

Engaged and Caring Community

We engage, enable and empower our community through a diversity of events and programs.

Living Tikkun Olam

Our community strives to fulfil our duty to repair the world through good works and social action.

Support Us

As a not-for-profit, NSTE relies upon your financial support to ensure our community's growth and continuity.

What's Happening At North Shore Temple Emanuel


SundaySun, 7 NovNovember, 2021

JSA Webinar ‘Smuggled – An Illegal History of Journeys to Australia”

Sunday, Nov 7th 5:00p to 6:30pA webinar with speakers Ruth Balint and Carina Hoang, authors of “Smuggled – An Illegal History of Journeys to Australia” Ruth has a keen interest in Australian migration history and holds an ARC Discovery grant with Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick from the University of Sydney and Dr Jayne Persian at the University of Southern Queensland, on the subject of Russian and Russian-speaking Jewish Displaced Persons arriving in Australia via the ‘China’ Route in the Wake of the Second World War. Carina Hoang, PhD Former refugee. Special Representative of Australia for UNHCR. Historian. Her journey is included in “Smuggled” Smuggled: An Illegal History of Journeys to Australia which traces the fascinating story of people smuggling in Australia’s migrant history, from the Second World War through to the present. This topic is both relevant to and of interest to NSTE members, many of whom have a migrant history. The event will be a webinar on Zoom




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Mon, 25 October 2021 19 Cheshvan 5782