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Community-wide Shavuot Celebration

Once again this year, Boulder’s rabbis will join together to provide a night full of opportunities to connect, learn, think, grow, stretch, listen… and nosh.

The Boulder community is invited to gather with us at 9 PM at the Boulder Integral Center, at 2805 Broadway (Broadway and Balsam), for an event that will commence with a spirited evening prayer and havdallah led by Rabbi Debra Rappaport. Then a panel with Rabbis Rose, Goldfeder, Soloway, Korngold, and Rappaport on the theme: Heart or Mind: Where does the Torah Journey Begin?

Here is the rest of the schedule:

  • 11:30 PM – Community Kavannah
  • 11:45 PM – 12:30 AM –  Shavuot and the art of wakefulness – with Rabbi Debra Rappaport of B’nai Veil Congregation
  • 12:30 – Community Kavannah
  • 12:45 AM – 1:30 AM Yoga with Shifra Blumenthal OR Directing the Heart, Focusing the mind – The Art of kavanah With Rabbi Marc Soloway
  • 1:30 – Community Kavannah
  • 1:45 AM – 2:30 AM – The Whole Way: Heart, Mind and Body in Prayer With Rabbi Josh Rose
  • 2:30 – Community Kavannah
  • 2:45 AM -3:30 AM – The Mishkan: Heart, Mind, and the Holy of Holies with Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder
  • 3:30 – Community Kavannah
  • 3:45 AM -4:45 AM – Live Chavruta – Rabbis Josh Rose and Gavriel Goldfeder lead an interactive encounter with the Torah of Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto
  • 5 AM – Shacharit at Aish Kodesh 1805 Balsam Ave

RSVPs are not required.

About Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder

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  1. This is one of my all-time favorite holidays…not just because I love cheesecake, but because I find it fascinating to hear our local Boulder rabbis share themselves and their relationship to G-d in very open, authentic ways. Come experience an intimate, spiritually-challenging event anytime after 9 p.m. Saturday night. Last year, my son, Josh, and I stayed until 3 a.m.