Gallery: Sefer Torah DedicationOur community is writing a new Torah scroll, and welcomes you to be a part of it!

A Torah is the holiest component of the synagogue. It takes many months for a scribe to write the scroll with a handmade quill and ink on parchment. When a new Torah scroll is dedicated to a Shul, it is one of the most joyous events a Jewish community can experience. It is a sign of a healthy, robust and flourishing community that is brimming with a vigorous Jewish pride.

This Torah is being dedicated to a young girl, Elliet Hodayah Shani who recently passed away. Her story personifies the unity for which we strive. She brought people from around the world together in prayer as she valiantly battled cancer; now her memory brings us together in the writing of our new Torah.

Join us as we unite and connect with our glorious past and blaze a fearless trail to our shining future. Play your role in writing history by participating in our Torah scroll. Here's a great way to be part of the Torah project and even win a fabulous prize! Join us for our upcoming Whisky Tasting on Thursday, 18 September, and/or purhase tickets for the Grand Raffle, thereby helping us reach our goal of writing the Torah. Get your family and friends to take part in this special mitzvah too!

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Whisky Evening (RSVP is essential): R400 per person
Grand Raffle: R200 per ticket
By joining the Whisky Tasting or buying Rafle Tickets we will dedicate a letter of the Torah in your name. 

Banking Details:
Account name: Miracle Drive Trust
Account number: 62457937989
FNB Balfour Park - Branch : 250-655
Ref: your name + Torah.
Please email all proofs of payment to
[email protected]

You can also purchase
a letter in the Torah for R180 
a word in the Torah for R1,800
a verse in the torah for R3,600
a chapter in the Torah for R7,770
a portion in the Torah for R18,000
a Book of the Torah R61,300

Shul in Sandton Central at Chabad's Goodness & Kindness Centre is a unique cosmopolitan Shul in the heart of Sandton for both locals and tourists. Our centre located at 8 Stella St (across Gautrain & Mandela Sq, next door to Merill Lynch) serves as a meeting place for social, religious, educational, cultural, and family events. Where young and old regardless of their background, level of observance or affiliation, can enhance their awareness of the Jewish faith and its traditions.
Thanks for your generous support!!