Judaism

Judaism is a monotheistic religion which traces its origins back to Abraham. It believes in G-d who created the world, brought the Jewish people out of Egyptian slavery and presented them with the Torah, which embodies the faith’s spiritual and ethical principles and obligations.

An image of the holy wall in Jerusalem

Chaplain: Rabbi Brad Kitay

For support, pastoral care, Shabbat hosting, university letters or to understand more about Judaism and Jewish practise please be in touch with Rabbi Brad via the multifaith officer.

Please contact the Multifaith Officer at 9266 3714 or email multifaith@curtin.edu.au.

Events and services

There are several Jewish congregations (synagogues) in Perth. If you would like to attend Synagogue or partake in Shabbat meals please get in touch.

Student clubs

Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) Curtin

AUJS represents Jewish students on campus across Australia and New Zealand.

It is at the forefront of the fight against anti semitism on campus, ensuring Jews have a voice and feel welcomed during their tertiary journey. AUJS hosts regular on campus events and functions ranging from the social and educational to cultural and political.