Welcome to Zamru!
Independent minyan
of Princeton, NJ

Co-sponsored by JGAP of the
Center for Jewish Life
at Princeton University

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: PayPal
Any size donation is greatly appreciated.
We welcome checks made out to Zamru.
Our mailing address is:
Zamru
PO Box 7853
Princeton, NJ 08543-7853.




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contact
info@zamru.org

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Monthly Kabbalat Shabbat services 
6:30 pm

followed by
Shabbat Vegetarian Potluck Dinner

April 4, 2014
May 2, 2014 (Nassau Presbyterian Church)
June 6, 2014

All services will be held at 
The Jewish Center
435 Nassau Street, Princeton, 
unless otherwise noted above.

Nassau Presbyterian Church
61 Nassau Street, Princeton

RSVP to info@zamru.org. 
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.

If you enjoy Zamru and want to see Zamru continue, please consider making a tax deductible donation.  Zamru is mostly supported by individuals just like you.

 More info on supporting Zamru here. 

Make sure your dish can be served at room temperature.  Please bring serving utensils for your dish.  Please label your dish and list the ingredients to help those with food allergies.