Purim Megillah readings in North Jersey 2016

Purim sameach! Book of Esther Megillah readings for Northern New Jersey, Purim 2016:

Megillah scroll
Source: The Washington Megillah (Megillat Esther, The Book of Esther), Scroll on Parchment, Illuminated, Italy eighteenth century Hebraic Section. Library of Congress Photo

Megillah Readings Wednesday night 23 March 2016

7:20pm Arzei Darom, Teaneck
7:40pm Anshei Lubavitch, Fair Lawn
7:40pm Teaneck Jewish Center – Pressburger Regular Megillah Reading
7:40pm Teaneck Jewish Center – Library Quiet Megillah Reading
7:50pm Shomrei Torah, Fair Lawn
8:00pm Zichron Mordechai
8:00pm Zichron Mordechai
8:15pm Teaneck Women’s Tefillah Email
9:00pm Arzei Darom, Teaneck
9:15pm Darchei Noam, Fair Lawn
9:30pm Keter Torah, Teaneck
Bnai Yeshurun
9:45pm Beth Aaron, Teaneck
9:45pm Shomrei Torah, Fair Lawn
10:00pm Anshei Lubavitch, Fair Lawn

Megillah Readings Thursday, 24 March 2016

5:55am Shomrei Torah, Fair Lawn
6:40am Shomrei Torah, Fair Lawn
7:30am Teaneck Jewish Center
8:10am Shomrei Torah, Fair Lawn
8:30am Anshei Lubavitch, Fair Lawn
9:25am Shomrei Torah, Fair Lawn
9:45am Paterson Federation Building (and special event*) Contact JerrySchranz@gmail.com
11:00am Teaneck Jewish Center – Women’s Reading in Stein Contact Judi Resnick
2:00pm Anshei Lubavitch, Fair Lawn

Shuls/Reading Locations

  • Paterson Shul at Federation Apartments, Basement: 510 E 27 St, Paterson, New Jersey
  • Teaneck Women’s Tefillah: 595 Wyndham Road, Teaneck.

More Megillah readings and special Purim events

  • Chabad Megillah Readings list
  • Paterson Federation Building Megillah Reading and Light Breakfast
    Learn more about the last of the Jews of Paterson and enjoy a light breakfast/seudah with these seniors, so come with costume, come with ruach! Parking is available on the street and just across the street at Rosa Parks School (former Yavneh Academy)

Tzedaka

  • Grogger meets Tzedaka via yardkay@yahoo.com
    7th grade volunteers from Yeshivat Noam are running a PASTA GROGGER DRIVE this Purim! We are asking families to bring pasta boxes to shake as groggers in shul and then donate them in their shul’s drop-box. These pasta boxes will then be distributed by the 7th grade volunteers to Tomchei Shabbos and The Jewish Federation March Mega Food Drive. Participating shuls include: Congregation Keter Torah, Congregation Rinat Yisrael, Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, Young Israel of Teaneck, Congregation Beth Abraham, Congregation Shaarei Tefilah, Congregation Ohr Hatorah, Congregation Beth Aaron & Congregation Shomrei Torah of Fair Lawn. This is a great way to add more mitzvot, meaning and purpose to all of your family’s Purim holiday fun this year!

    Food may be deposited at two locations directly inside the PODS:

    • Teaneck: 1212 Kensington Road from March 25th until Friday April 8th
    • Englewood: 160 Lyman Place from March 24th until Wednesday March 30th
    • Food may also be dropped off 777 Dearborn Ave., Teaneck until April 5th.

    Food must be in its original packaging, with kosher certification visible. Please do not leave items such as fresh fruit, loose hamentaschen, baked goods, candy no longer in the original package, or foods requiring refrigeration. For more information about the project and donation opportunities to help defray costs, please visit our website or contact Josh Klavan (917) 593-9290, Yoni Lieber (201) 362-3845 or Jason Teigman (201) 321-­1785.

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