What's New at Congregation Beth Abraham

SAVE THE DATE: Matza baking this year will take place on March 15th at 9:30 am, at Shatzer Matza Bakery, Brooklyn, NY.

Those who wish to join us should reserve by e-mailing Dovid Schild, dschild@mdu-inc.com.

To place your matzah order go to www.bethabraham.org/matzah. If you wish to order matzahs through the shul, your order must be submitted by Thursday night, March 12th at 7:00 pm, THE LATEST!!! Please note that you MUST order your matzah online even if you plan on going to Brooklyn for the Matzah baking.

Who We Are

Congregation Beth Abraham, located in Bergenfield NJ, is a full service Orthodox shul with over 450 full time and affiliate member families. Our shul conducts multiple morning minyanim during the week and on Shabbos including a year long vasikin minyan, as well as multiple mincha and maariv minyanim. Our shul places a great emphasis on Tefilah, Talmud Torah and Chesed. We have a vibrant Bais Medrash program that includes individual chavrusas, daf yomi shiurim, chaburas and more. Our Adult Education committee coordinates stimulating speakers and lectures for both men and women throughout the year.

Our shul Youth Department conducts weekly Shabbos groups from Pre-K to 5th grade and includes a youth minyan for boys and girls in grades 4 -6. The youth department also coordinates various programming throughout the year including Israeli dance, Friday night onegs and Shabbos afternoon learning groups. Our shul also boasts a chesed committee, sisterhood, welcoming committee, Israel action committee and much more.

On behalf of our Rav, Rabbi Yaakov Neuburger, Rabbi Tanchum Cohen, our board and our entire membership, we welcome you and encourage you to find out more about what Congregation Beth Abraham has to offer.

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This Week's Zmanim

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Wed.-Taanis Esther-March 4
Fast starts 5:14 am
Shacharis  6:00/6:04v/7:00 am

Mincha (machtzis hashekel)
5:25 pm 

(5 min earlier than calendar)

Maariv and Megillah
6:15pm (both in Main Shul

and Beis Medrash)

8:45pm Late Megillah reading

 in Main Shul

Mesibah in shul 8:15 PM (singing,

dancing, food and grammen  -

men, women and children)

Purim Day March 5

6:03v davening/6:35 megillah
 (Main Shul)

6:30 davening/7:00 megillah
(Beis Medrash)

7:00 davening/7:30 megillah
(Social Hall)

8:00 davening/8:30 megillah
(Main Shul)

9:00 davening/9:30 megillah
(Social Hall)

10:30 megillah only

Mincha  1:45/3:00/4:15 pm

Maariv  9:05/10:00 pm


Friday March 6th

Shushan Purim

Shacharis  6:01v/6:30/7:10 am

Mincha  5:33 pm

Candles 5:35 pm



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