Members of the Association for Studies of Religion are warmly invited to discover the sacred significance and architectural beauty of the Great Synagogue, Sydney on Sunday 25 March 2018.
The Studies of Religion Sacred Spaces- ‘Significant Practices in the Lives of Individuals and Communities’, is an experience which aims to resource teachers, broaden their understanding and assist in teaching the Preliminary and HSC Studies of Religion syllabus. The visit to the Great Synagogue, Sydney will be facilitated by Sacred Persons, Studies of Religion (SoR) teachers and SoR Higher School Certificate examination markers from the Jewish tradition. There will be a guided tour with reference to the different rituals and events that take place in the Synagogue. There will also be a workshop on the Synagogue Service, a significant practice as referenced in the HSC course syllabus.
Date: Sunday 25 March, 2018
Time: 11.00am to 12.30pm
Venue: Great Synagogue, 166 Castlereagh St, Sydney
Cost: This is complimentary MEMBERS ONLY event and registration is essential.
Registration: Is due by Friday 23 March. Go to online registration
For NESA Accreditation go to: Sacred Places Great Synagogue visit 2018