Home / Jewish Life / Holidays / Chanukah / Celebrate Chanukah Shabbat at Har HaShem

Celebrate Chanukah Shabbat at Har HaShem

All ages are invited to celebrate Chanukah at Congregation Har HaShem on Friday, December 23rd. There will be three consecutive activities that everyone is welcome to attend. Come to one, two, or all three! But act fast to RSVP for the Family Program and/or for dinner. The deadline is Monday, December 19th.

Passport to Chanukah Around the World Family Program: 5:00 pm.
Community Menorah Lighting and Shabbat Service: 6:00 pm.
Chanukah Dinner: 7:30 pm.

FAMILY PROGRAM 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Start this global celebration in the school wing with a sampling of latkes, sufganiot, olive oil, games, and other Chanukah traditions from Mexico, Poland, Italy, Tunisia, Israel, Turkey, and Uzbekistan. New this year will be traditions from Greece and India Register for the Family Program online here.

COMMUNITY MENORAH LIGHTING AND SHABBAT SERVICE 6:00 – 7:15 pm
Travel into the sanctuary for a community menorah/chanukiah lighting and a different kind of multi-generational, candlelit Shabbat service with traditional teachings, songs, and prayer led by clergy. Bring your menorah/chanukiah and non-perishable food to assist the less fortunate during this happy holiday season. Candles and matches will be provided.

TRADITIONAL CHANUKAH DINNER 7:30 pm
A traditional Chanukah dinner will be served following services. $10 per single adult or $18 per household. An RSVP is required for dinner by December 19th to RSVP@harhashem.org or (303) 499-7077.

Congregation Har HaShem is Boulder’s Reform synagogue located at 3950 Baseline Road in Boulder.

About Ellen Kowitt

Marketing and Communications Professional. Genealogist. Jewelry Artist. Kehillah Builder.

Check Also

Lamplighter Doug Velick Honored with Lighting Menorah at Chanukah on Ice

Young and old joined for a late afternoon of skating to Chanukah Music at Winterskate in Louisville, schmoozing, noshing and participating in the lighting of the large menorah.

Northeastern India’s ‘Lost’ Jewish Tribe Celebrates Chanukah

Thousands of members of the Bnei Menashe community from across northeastern India gathered this week to celebrate Chanukah.