Happy Purim!
Join us for all the Purim fun and celebrations
Monday night, March 9 - Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Rabbi's Message
  Purim is a really happy and festive time where we celebrate the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia.

Please join us at our main event and megillah reading. You can find more information about the holiday below.

Wishing you a happy Purim!

Rabbi Peretz Goldshmid
The Mitzvha is to hear the Megila twice, at the 1: Eve 2: Day of Purim

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Sponsored by Haddasah George in Loving memory of her parents Avraham and Miriam Vareed of blessed memory 

Megillah Readings

Monday night // March 9

7:30 pm

(Call the office or RSVP below for exact address) 


Tuesday // March 10

6:15 pm

At: Chabad

2295 Tilton Lane, Brentwood CA 94513 

During the Party 


Please contact the office if to schedule a megillah reading at Chabad, your office, school, or other central location!

Purim Festivities
Location: Chabad of the Delta

Date: Tuesday, March 10

Time: 5:00pm

  • Dress up
  • Live Music
  • Dancing
  • Magic show
  • Full meal
  • Friends
  • Smiles all around

All are welcome,

Suggested Donation:

$12 per person
$40 per family

Food Gifts to Friends

On Purim we emphasize the importance of Jewish unity and friendship by sending gifts of food to friends.

On Purim day, March 21, send a gift of at least two kinds of ready-to-eat foods (e.g., pastry, fruit, beverage) to at least one friend. Men should send to men, and women to women. It is preferable that the gifts be delivered via a third party. Children, in addition to sending their own gifts of food to their friends, make enthusiastic messengers.

Giving to the Needy
One of Purim’s primary themes is Jewish unity. Haman tried to kill us all, we were all in danger together, so we celebrate together too. Hence, on Purim day we place special emphasis on caring for the less fortunate.

Give money or food to at least two needy people during the daylight hours of Purim, March 21. In case you can’t find any needy people, your synagogue will likely be collecting money for this purpose. At least, place two coins in a charity box earmarked for the poor.

On Purim, we give a donation to whoever asks; we don’t verify his or her bank balance first.

As with the other mitzvahs of Purim, even small children should fulfill this mitzvah.