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: 
PO Box 7853
Princeton, NJ 08543-7853.

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Kabbalat Shabbat
service and dinner

The next Zamru: January 13, 2017

6:15pm wine & cheese followed by services and

vegetarian potluck dinner

The Jewish Center

435 Nassau Street

Princeton, NJ

1-Step Registration for the next Zamru:

Tell us # of People

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!


Zamru 2016-2017 Dates

September 23, 2016* (TJC)
*6:15pm welcome back
wine & cheese

October 14, 2016 (TJC)

November 11, 2016 *(TJC)
6:15pm wine & cheese

December 9, 2016 (early, 5:30pm, service, Campus Club, Princeton University
January 13, 2017 (TJC) 6:15pm
February 17, 2017 (TJC)
March 31, 2017 (Princeton University)
April 21, 2017 (TJC)
May 12, 2017 (TJC)
June 16, 2017 (TJC)

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

  info on supporting Zamru here.