PARSIPPANY — Temple Beth Am will celebrate Purim with a very special event featuring a carnival, reading of the Meggilah and a not to be missed Purim Shpiel featuring music adapted from Fiddler on the Roof, on Sunday, March 12.
The festivities, free and open to the public, begin at 9:45 am with the Purim Schpiel, “A Meggilah on the Roof”, followed by a reading of the Meggilah with spinning groggers and assorted noisemakers. At 11:00 a.m., the party continues with a carnival including food, fun, face-painting, games, prizes and the always popular Moon Bounce. Come and enjoy Temple Beth Am’s unique celebration of Purim.
For more information about the First Friday Speaker Series or Temple Beth Am please contact Debbie Lesser, Temple Administrator at (973) 887-0046.
Temple Beth Am is located at 879 South Beverwyck Road. You can visit their website by clicking here.
Celebrating our 51st year, Temple Beth Am is a Reform congregation with a diverse membership living throughout Morris County, including the towns of Parsippany, Boonton, Denville, Lake Hiawatha, Mountain Lakes, Montville, Randolph and Rockaway. We open our doors to adults and youth, singles and couples, Jews-by-birth and Jews-by-choice, and interfaith couples. Led by Rabbi Steven L. Mills and Rabbi/Cantor Inna Serebro-Litvak, Temple Beth Am is an inclusive, warm and welcoming place for personal and communal prayer, solace and comfort, joyous celebration, community service, education and sharing as a vibrant Jewish congregation.