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CELEBRATE PURIM WITH CONGREGATION BETH EL

Purim is about the play between what’s hidden and what is revealed, resilience and bravery in impossible circumstances and, above all, the simple release of joy and fun! Join us this year for feasting, hamantaschen and general merry-making!

Grappling With The End of the Megillah - Saturday, March 23rd from 9:15-10:00

The Purim fun begins on Shabbat Morning, Saturday, March 23rd from 9:15-10:10 as part of Torah Study. Members of Beth El’s Ritual Committee will lead us in a thoughtful conversation about grappling with the end of the Megillah. The Megillah is commonly thought to have a happy ending - in this session, we’ll explore the problematic nature of the last chapters of the Megillah and how we can make sense of this today. No prior Torah Study or Hebrew experience required; all are welcome. Torah Study is held each week mixed presence - in person in the Beit Midrash and on Zoom at the following link:

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Meeting ID: 871 2312 0046
Passcode: study



Hear Ye, Hear Ye! The High Court of Shushan cordially invites you to Congregation Beth El’s Mishteh Purim, Feast of Purim! Join us for a night of Purim inspired libations and feasting as we read from Megillat Esther. Costumes are strongly encouraged!

Mishteh Purim - The Feast Of Purim and Megillah Reading!
Saturday, March 23 at Congregation Beth El

5:30: Purim Inspired Cocktail and Mocktail Making and Happy Hour (21+ Only)!
6:15-8:15: The Feast and Megillah Reading!

**This event is adult-oriented. Childcare is available for kids ages 3 and up. Childcare will include a pizza dinner and a movie!**

RSVP Required



Purim Carnival at CBE, Sunday, March 24th from 10:30-1:30

Join us in costume as we get wacky and silly and altogether zany for a fun-filled Purim Carnival including:

  • Creative Carnival Booths and Bounce House
  • Face Painting
  • Prizes
  • Food for sale! 
  • Gaga 
  • Costume Contest
  • And much, much more! 

Click here to register in advance or pay $5 per child at the door! Adults are welcome free of charge! 

We are looking for volunteers to help with the planning, set-up, staffing booths, Food Stand, and clean up! If you are interested in getting involved, please reach out to Rabbi Ira

Wed, May 29 2024 21 Iyar 5784