Welcome to Zamru!

Independent minyan 
of Princeton, NJ

Zamru is a progressive, egalitarian Jewish community celebrating Shabbat through spiritual and musical prayer.

Zamru is led by a group of volunteers including Rabbi Julie Roth, Executive Director of  Center for Jewish Life - Princeton Hillel, Princeton University students, and Princeton-area residents. The deeply spiritual and highly musical services feature Dan Nadel, a guitarist from Brooklyn who combines the flair of Flamenco with Jewish melodies from all over the world. 

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 or credit card please click here:
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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Monthly
6:30pm
Kabbalat Shabbat service
followed by a  vegetarian dinner

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Zamru Dates

January 29, 2016 (TJC)
March 4, 2016 (TJC)
April 8, 2016 Campus Club*
May 6, 2016 (TJC)
June 10, 2016 (TJC)

*Registration and payment required
(Princeton students are always free) 

Please check here for service location. Sometimes we meet at Princeton University and sometimes at The Jewish Center.

Our May 6 2016, 6:30pm 
Service and 
Vegetarian Potluck Dinner will be held at 
The Jewish Center
435 Nassau Street
Princeton, NJ

1-Step Registration for May 6:

When meeting at The Jewish Center (TJC), No fee for dinner, but everyone bring a vegetarian/dairy main dish*, 
generously sized
(labeled with ingredients, if possible).
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.

Princeton students:
no need to bring any food!

*Go to bottom of About Zamru tab for more details about kashrut at Zamru events. 

  info on supporting Zamru here.