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Purim is at the end of the month! This year's festivities are going to be totally tubular! For the adults, we're embracing an '80s Prom theme complete with dessert and dancing after the Megillah reading. For families, we'll have classic '80s era games and activities. We'll also have a full cadre of Purim services and, as always, Mishloach Manot for one another. No matter which rad way you choose, we hope you'll take part in the festivities. 


If you would like to sponsor our Purim weekend, details and registration can be found on this form!


Purim Festivities 2024

Saturday, March 23 
Mincha - 7:00PM
Dinner - 7:30PM
Havdalah and Megillah Reading - 8:30PM
Open to all ages, join us for services, dinner, Havdalah and Megillah reading to kick off the celebration of Purim.


Adults-Only 80's Prom - 9:30PM
Celebrate Purim with our totally tubular adults-only party! We begin with all-ages Cocktails and dinner at 7:30PM, followed by Havdalah and the Megillah reading. (21+) Stay for dessert and an 80s-themed prom party! -
Register here
Prom Host Committee (as of 2.28.24)
Sheryl & Greg Bluestein
Nora & Jeff Brown
Heather & Ross Fishbein
Holly & Ari Kurtz
Amy & Evan Robinson
Wendi Tillem & Lloyd Wynn

Purim Day - Service Schedule
Sunday, March 24

All of the below offerings will be both in-person and on Zoom/Stream

8:30AM - Traditional Service and Megillah Reading 
10:00AM - Family Megillah Reading and Purim Carnival
5:45PM - Last Chance Megillah Reading
6:15PM - Evening Services

Family Purim Carnival
Sunday, March 24 at 10am

Come one, come all to our throwback family Purim Carnival! We will have games and food for all ages and stages. Hear the Megillah at 10am, then enjoy lunch (for purchase) while playing classic carnival games! - Register here

ECHAD Purim Experience and Feast
Sunday, March 24 at 4:30pm

Young families are invited to celebrate Purim with kid-friendly activities and stories! Following our family Megillah reading, we will have a meat dinner. - Register here



MISHLOACH MANOT - New and Updated!

What is Mishloach Manot? Sending food gifts to friends and family — is one of the four Mitzvot performed on Purim. Through this project, you can participate in the sending of a beautiful gift basket to your friends and family for Purim. Mishloach Manot baskets will be available for pick-up during our events. If you will be unable to pick-up your baskets, please contact us at

Buy one basket for $10 or send baskets to the whole congregation for $250!

Sign-up here!

PLEASE NOTE: In order to send Mishloach Manot baskets, you must be logged into the account from which you're "sending" the baskets. Please contact if you need assistance logging in. 


4 Mitzvot of Purim
Reading the Megillah: Join us to hear the Megillah. The Megillah, “The Book of Esther,” is the scroll that tells the Purim story. When Haman’s name is mentioned, you can twirl groggers (noisemakers) or stamp your feet to eradicate his evil name. Tell your kids that Purim is the only time when it’s a mitzvah to make noise! The Megillah is read from a handwritten parchment scroll, using an age-old tune.
Sending Mishloach Manot: Sending food gifts to friends and family is one of the four Mitzvot performed on Purim. Thanks to B'nai Torah Women for spearheading this project. See below for how to purchase Mishloach Manot. 
Feasting at the Seuda: Continue the joy on Purim day with the Purim Seuda, a festive meal. After the Megillah reading on March 7, we will join together to eat, drink and be merry!
Giving Matanot L'evyonim: How can we celebrate when others are hungry? At all of our Purim events, be sure to bring cash or a check for Matanot L'evyonim, donations for the poor.


If you have any questions, please email

Sun, April 21 2024 13 Nisan 5784