BINA turns 20 ­ BINA

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Please join us for an inspirational evening to celebrate BINA's 20 years

Designer drinks and dairy desserts

Guest speaker Rabbi Dr. Laibl Wolf (kabbalist and spiritual mentor)

Music and a moving film

There will be an appeal for BINA's continued growth


22 August 2017 / Rosh Chodesh Elul 5777


Venue: East - Specific details provided after booking or by calling the BINA office

Bookings can be made by clicking on the buttons above or below

or call the BINA office

02 9365 4421

What BINA means to our community

"BINA is a warm and welcoming place for everyone. BINA  constantly evolves, grows and inspires many people in Sydney and beyond."



"BINA continues to be a most vital institution for our community. It has opened up the gateway of learning and knowledge to people across all walks of Jewish life."



"BINA is the source of my continual inner spiritual growth and development that gives me the strength to

conquer my external physical realities."




"I have been connected with BINA for many years and
have grown both in knowledge and spirituality as a
result of the Thursday morning shiurim I regularly
attend. Rabbi Gourarie's work, both as a Rabbi and educator, is invaluable to maintaining a strong and informed Jewish community in Sydney."


"The mundane of life passes by, and in a flash…. thanks to the BINA team and Rabbi Gourarie we have had access to lively debates and plausible explanations, making it all  just that little bit more meaningful."


About Rabbi Dr. Laibl Wolf

Rabbi Laibl WolfFor the past 32 years Rabbi Dr. Laibl Wolf has been a spiritual mentor and a worldwide teacher of the mystical side of Judaism. Laibl is a master of, and draws his teachings from, the 4,000-year-old, esoteric and encrypted texts of the Kabbalah which provides a guide to the mysteries of cosmic and human consciousness and which is the source for much of the "new age" wisdom that we are familiar with today.

Although based on the Kabbalah, Laibl's philosophies are modern and progressive, and facilitate the growth of one's inner spirit in a technologically driven society. Although an Orthodox Hassidic Rabbi, his teachings are universal, open to people of all backgrounds and spiritual orientations.

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