Don't Miss Beth Am's Adult Purim Celebration | Congregation Beth Am

Don't Miss Beth Am's Adult Purim Celebration

For Ages 21 and Up

Groggers! Hamentaschen! The Megillah! Do they spark joy? Of course they do! Join the Beth Am community for our annual adult Purim extravaganza! As we celebrate the triumph of the courageous Esther over the wicked Haman (boo!), we'll have the opportunity to fulfill all of the mitzvot associated with the holiday:

  1. Hear the Megillah read by our fantastic clergy and lay chanters!
  2. Enjoy a festive meal (well, there will be snacks and drinks)
  3. Mishloach manot (sending gifts to friends)
  4. Gifts for the poor: donate to this year’s Purim tzedakah project (details to come)

Schedule of Events

  • 6:30 PM - Doors open for schmoozing and snacking
  • 7:00 PM - Megillah Reading
  • 7:30 PM - The (in)Famous Beth Am Purim Shpiel

Costumes strongly encouraged! Suggested donation: $20 per person (all donations will support Beth Am teen programs).

**Purim Tzedakah Drive: One of the mitzvot of Purim is giving matanot la’evyonim (gifts to the poor). This year, Beth Am has TWO Purim tzedakah recipients (collection bins are located for both in the Sanctuary Foyer and Main Office):

  1. We are collecting new or gently used bras (in good shape only) to give to Be A Dear and Donate a Brassiere, a nonprofit organization started in 2009 which has donated over 10,000 bras to local Bay Area homeless shelters. Bra donations should have all hooks working, no stains or pulled elastic. Diverse sizes needed.
  2. We are collecting school supplies to donate to Haven Family House, a Menlo Park location of LifeMoves. This project is coordinated through BAJY (Beth Am Junior Youth), who has organized the collection. Here is a suggested items listing.

$1 discount off admission for every item you bring to donate to one of our tzedakah recipients.

Learn more about Purim 2019 with Beth Am.

Congregation Beth Am
  • 26790 Arastradero Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
  • (650) 493-4661 Contact Us

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