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Traditional Megillah Reading

Thursday, February 25, 2021 13 Adar 5781

8:00 PM - 9:30 PMIn-Person - Livestream

Click here to view the recorded service.

Due to COVID-19, our services are being offered both in person (outdoors on CBA campus) and LiveStream.


Attend Megillah Reading in Person:

If you are wanting to attend the Traditional Megillah reading please register below and fill out the waiver form. We have a maximum of 40 participants for this service. If you register for attending the service, we ask that you arrive by 7:45pm in order to begin the LiveStream service at 8:00pm. 


LiveStream Megillah Reading Service:

 Click to view the Beth Am LiveStreaming of the Traditional Megillah Reading by 8:00pm.

Click here to view our facebook live Click to view the Facebook Live of the Traditional Megillah Reading by 8:00pm.

Click to download the Megillat Esther PDF to follow alongClick here to download the PDF of the Megillat Esther to follow along.

The Scroll of Esther, known as the Megillah, is chanted in the synagogue on the eve of Purim and again the next morning. It is the last of the five scrolls that form part of the third division, known as the Ketuvim, or Writings.

Megillat Esther tells the story of the Jews from the Persian Empire. The Scroll of Esther is known as the Megillah, due to its immense popularity, the prominence that is given to its public reading, and the fact that it is the only one that is still generally read from a parchment scroll. 

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