High Holiday Observance 2013/5774

For 2013, the first night of Rosh HaShanah (the Jewish New Year) is Wednesday, September 4. Thursday (September 5) and Friday (September 6) are observed as holidays also. Kol Nidre (the night that starts Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement) is on Friday night, September 13 and Yom Kippur is on Saturday, September 14.

High Holiday Posts on Boulder Jewish News

The Soul Must Go On — Lubavitch Yom Kippur

The Soul Must Go On — Lubavitch Yom Kippur

In this very difficult time for the Boulder County Jewish community, Chabad of Boulder County has made the decision to stay and host Yom Kippur Services.   Our doors are open to all in this time of crisis.   If you have any friends or relatives who would like to join us for services,  please direct them […] Read More >>

Free Yom Kippur Housing For Flood Victims

Free Yom Kippur Housing For Flood Victims

Chabad of NW Metro Denver is offering free Hotel accommodations this Friday night at the hotel where they will be conducting High Holiday Yom Kippur services. Read More >>

Got Mikvah? Boulder Mikvah Hours for Erev Yom Kippur

Got Mikvah? Boulder Mikvah Hours for Erev Yom Kippur

For such an awesome day it is good to prepare to put oneself in the right mindset for Yom Kippur. Read More >>

4 Questions for NEXT Alumni Jenni and Daniel

4 Questions for NEXT Alumni Jenni and Daniel

This week, we have a BJN 4 Questions for Dr. Jenni Skyler and Daniel Lebowitz, a Boulder NEXT alumni couple who met through the NEXT network and are now married and even work together. Read More >>

Returning to Our Roots: High Holidays at Boulder Aish Kodesh

Returning to Our Roots: High Holidays at Boulder Aish Kodesh

Imagine spending Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur in a field, “among the trees and grass – among all growing things, talking with the One to whom you belong.” Read More >>

Sound the Shofar: High Holy Days at Bonai Shalom

Sound the Shofar: High Holy Days at Bonai Shalom

Soon, Jews across the world will experience the gamut of emotions that flood the 10 days encompassing Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Read More >>

NEXT High Holidays Initiative Connects Birthright Alumni

NEXT High Holidays Initiative Connects Birthright Alumni

To help Birthright Israel alumni and their friends connect and create their own experiences during the High Holidays, Birthright NEXT today launched its 2013 High Holidays Initiative. Read More >>

Selichot: Prayers of Supplication at Bonai Shalom

Selichot: Prayers of Supplication at Bonai Shalom

On Saturday, August 31, Congregation Bonai Shalom will observe the season’s first recital of Selichot, preceded by a screening of “Defending Your Life.” Read More >>

North Metro Denver High Holiday Services

North Metro Denver High Holiday Services

Services are free and open to the community regardless of background and religious affiliation. Read More >>

J Your Way at Botanic Gardens for High Holy Days

J Your Way at Botanic Gardens for High Holy Days

Judaism Your Way invites you to join us for FREE High Holy Day Services at Denver Botanic Gardens. Read More >>

Boulder JFS Seeks High Holiday Volunteers

Boulder JFS Seeks High Holiday Volunteers

Boulder Jewish Family Service (JFS) is hosting services at six local senior communities. We need more volunteers to assist during the services. Can you help? Read More >>

Elul Retreat to Prepare for the High Holidays

Elul Retreat to Prepare for the High Holidays

Nevei Kodesh welcomes Hannah Dresner, a gifted rabbinical student and workshop leader, to lead an Elul retreat that will include chant, study, and meditation. Read More >>

Boulder Flood Info

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