Megillah in deinem Kiez
Traditionally, there are four mitzvot (commandments) associated with the holiday of Purim: Hearing the Megillah (twice), Giving charity, giving gifts (Mishloach Manot), and having a festive meal.

Since we can't gather this year, and host you all in our homes, we've decided to bring the holiday to YOU, in YOUR neighborhood, on YOUR streets! We've even rented a special Purim (normally Ice-Cream!) truck for the occasion!

Please join Chabad K-space and Hillel Deutschland/Base Berlin for small and outdoor Kiez-based readings of the Megillah. We will also afford you the opportunity to give and receive Mishloach Manot, give tzedakah to the poor (Matanot L'evyonim), and to have a small Seudah (challot)---all four of the traditional mitzvot of Purim!

Please fill out this short form so that we can get your information and send you the exact locations of the reading nearest you!
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In which neighborhood would you be interested in attending a Megillah reading on Friday, February 26th? Please check as many as would apply. All readings will be taking place outdoors, socially distanced, and with masks (except for the reader).
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