Eruv

The Torah prohibits carrying or moving objects on Shabbat and Yom Kippur outside of an enclosed, private area that lacks a clearly defined and essentially continuous boundary. 
  
Rabbinic understanding of this prohibition encourages communities to create such boundaries, Eruvim, whenever possible, so that the joy of Shabbat will be increased for those who observe traditional Jewish law. 

The Eruv enables families to bring young children to the synagogue so that they may worship as a family. It allows families and individuals to visit and share the day with one another and promotes study by allowing books to be carried from one place to another. 

Eruv Resources

View the Stamford Eruv Interactive Map

Eruv Hotline: (203) 348-3955

Follow us on Twitter, and get a weekly notice about the status of our eruv: http://twitter.com/stamforderuv

Contribute to the Eruv Upkeep
Maintaining the  Stamford Eruv requires the occasional outlay for supplies and the annual  insurance premium.  If you would like to contribute to help us maintain the Stamford Eruv, please click here

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