Welcome to Zamru!

Independent minyan 
of Princeton, NJ

Zamru is a progressive, independent, egalitarian Jewish community celebrating Shabbat through vibrant, musical prayer.

Zamru is led by a volunteer group of Princeton-area residents, including Rabbi Julie Roth of the Center for Jewish Life at Princeton University, along with
the talented New York musician Dan Nadel.

Monthly Friday night services were held in private homes since the spring of 2009. Due to growing interest, Zamru began holding services in Princeton
in December of 2009.

Zamru is a volunteer group and relies on the talents, efforts and donations of our participants.

To make a donation via Pay Pal please click here:
Any size donation is greatly appreciated.
We welcome checks made out to Zamru
Our mailing address is: 
PO Box 7853
Princeton, NJ 08543-7853.

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Monthly Kabbalat Shabbat service
followed by vegetarian dinner

Zamru on Campus
October 23, 2015*

*to be held at
Princeton Campus Club
5 Prospect Avenue, Princeton

Catered Vegetarian Dinner
$10/Adult.$25/family with children
(Free for Princeton University students)

2 Step Sign-Up:
1st: Tell us who is coming:

10/23 SignUp Form

2nd: Contribute $10/adult. $25/family with children.
(Princeton students are free and can skip this step)
Pay by PayPal

UPCOMING Zamru Dates
October 23, 2015 (Sign-Up required)
November 6, 2015
December 4, 2015
January 29, 2016
March 4, 2016
March 25, 2016
April 8, 2016
May 6, 2016
June 10, 2016

All services, 
except October 23 which will be held at Princeton Campus Club, 
will be held at 
The Jewish Center
435 Nassau Street, Princeton.

When meeting at The Jewish Center, No fee for dinner, but everyone bring a vegetarian/dairy* main dish, 
generously sized
(labeled with ingredients and
with serving utensils).
Let us know if you can be on the Dessert Team (which means bringing a dessert in addition to your main dish.)

All ages welcome, including families with children.

*Go to bottom of About Zamru tab for more details about kashrut at Zamru events. 

  info on supporting Zamru here.