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Purim

MT SINAI PURIM 2015:


The Purim Carnival and Luncheon will be Sunday, March 8 from 10:00 to 12:30. 

  Come in Costume! Megillah Reading! Games! Food! Lots of fun surprises!

  $6 Adults/$4 Children


"Decades" Purim Party Saturday March 7, 7-10 pm

  Come dresses in your favorite decade attire. Live Music by The Remnants. Belly Dancers. Plenty of Food. Beer and Wine available. 

    Lots more!!

  At Mt Sinai Congregation, 910 Randolph St, Wausau

  All are welcome!!

  $25/person (to support Mt Sinai)

  Please call Peter Rotter or for MORE INFORMATION   hamentashen

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Purim is celebrated by the reading of the Scroll of Esther, known in Hebrew as the Megillat Esther, which relates the basic story of Purim. Under the rule of King Ahashuerus, Haman, the King's prime minister, plots to exterminate all of the Jews of Persia. His plan is foiled by Queen Esther and her cousin Mordechai, who ultimately save the Jews of the land from destruction. The reading of the megillah is typically a rowdy affair, punctuated by booing and noise-making when Haman's name is read aloud.

Purim is an unusual holiday in many respects. First, Esther is the only Book of the Bible in which God is not mentioned. Second, Purim, like Chanukah, is viewed traditionally as a minor festival, but elevated to a major holiday as a result of the Jewish historical experience. Over the centuries, Haman became the embodiment of every anti-Semite in every land where Jews were oppressed. The significance in Purim lies not so much in how it began, but in what it has become - a thankful and joyous affirmation of Jewish survival against all odds.

 

Purim at Mt Sinai is celebrated on a Sunday morning, either on Purim or very close to the fourteenth of Adar. We begin the festivities at 10 am with the reading of the Megillah amid costumes and noisemaking. Adults are strongly encouraged to come in costumes or at least a great hat. After services, there is a children’s carnival followed by a community lunch. 

More information about Purim can be found at:  0D586931-DD93-5670-D0967FC4B6F5E0E2  reformjudaism.org

Purim is celebrated by the reading of the Scroll of Esther

in Purim
Purim is celebrated by the reading of the Scroll of Esther, known in Hebrew as the Megillat Esther, which relates the basic story of Purim. Under the rule of King Ahashuerus, Haman, the King's prime minister, plots to exterminate all of the Jews of Persia.…