Purim Fun This Friday!

It’s time to tell the story; please join us this Friday, March 22nd.

Hamantaschen will be served! Fun will be had!

Champion Church Nursery Room

3625 S Avenue 5-E

Yuma, AZ

More info: 928-580-6285


(Photo credit: chabad.org)

Chag Purim Sameach! Happy Purim!

Tonight marks the beginning of Purim, the Jewish holiday during which we joyously reenact the deliverance of our people from the hand of wicked Haman, who desired to have us slaughtered. Though the God of Israel is not directly mentioned in the text of the book of Esther, His intervention and deliverance, and His relationship with the people of Israel, are unmistakeable. 

Today, may we seek to understand and fulfill the role in which God has placed each of us to be a voice and an advocate in His name. A protector and defender of the vulnerable and defenseless. A helper for the helpless. An encourager for the downhearted. May we have many occasions to celebrate His great deliverance in the lives of those with whom we are blessed to interact. So be it. 

I wish our havurah were able to celebrate as planned, but I am still recovering from my head injury. So, I leave you with my Mordechai photo from last year. Chag Purim Sameach!

Purim Vocabulary Flashcards

Purim is on my mind. Purim means “lots” and refers to the casting of lots to determine the day on which the evil Haman, chief minister of King Ahasuerus, would have the Jewish people in the land of Persia (present day Iran) destroyed.

Build your Purim vocabulary using these flashcards, courtesy of Jewish Education Center of Cleveland: http://tinyurl.com/q2kffwe










Purim Play Rehearsal and Conversational Hebrew Practice

Purim play rehearsal tonight: 5:30pm – 6:00pm, followed by Conversational Hebrew Group from 6:00pm – 7:00pm.  Join us!

For location information, contact us

at kayuymahavurah@gmail.com





1) Wednesdays
March 5th & 12th:
Purim play rehearsals
5.30PM – 6:00PM
Conversational Hebrew Group:
6:00PM – 7:00PM

2) Purim Play and Celebration
Sunday, March 16th 2:00PM
(Location TBA)

Invite family & friends to participate, whether as actors or audience. It’s going to be FUN! Joena & I are going to make Hamantaschen cookies

•Calling all hat makers! Hats will be our costumes for the play:

1. King’s crown
2. Queen’s crown
3. Haman’s three-cornered hat
4. The king’s messenger’s hat.
5. Mordechai’s hat.
6. Pretty scarfed, ornamented headdresses for the maidens.

I have the following hat-making materials: construction paper, scissors, felt markers, and a hot glue gun.

3) Shabbat Kickoff Fridays
6:00PM – 8:00PM
•Dance practice
•Bible study
(Location TBA)