High Holiday Observance 2014/5775

For 2014, the first night of Rosh HaShanah (the Jewish New Year) is Wednesday, September 23. Thursday (September 24) and Friday (September 25) are observed as holidays also. Kol Nidre (the night that starts Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement) is on Friday night, October 3 and Yom Kippur is on Saturday, October 4.

High Holiday Posts on Boulder Jewish News

Join CBS Under the Big Tent for Yom Kippur

Join CBS Under the Big Tent for Yom Kippur

Bonai Shalom invites you to join them under their tent for Yom Kippur at their newly renovated shul at 1527 Cherryvale Road! Tickets are still available for purchase by calling the office at 303-442-6605. Read More >>

YK Almost Upon Us – Don’t Miss Out

YK Almost Upon Us – Don’t Miss Out

As we are nearing the countdown to Yom Kippur, Boulder County Center for Judaism would like to invite you to experience our High Holiday services. Read More >>

Comprehensive Listing of High Holiday Services and Programs

Comprehensive Listing of High Holiday Services and Programs

Jewish Together – Boulder has once again compiled a listing of High Holiday services and related programs on its website. Even free and last minute options! Read More >>

A Pardes Levavot Welcome – High HolyDays 5775

A Pardes Levavot Welcome – High HolyDays 5775

All ages are welcome to participate in our lively, musical, contemplative, Jewish Renewal-style services. Click for more information. Read More >>

Boulder Orthodox Synagogue: New Name and Rosh Hashanah Schedule

Boulder Orthodox Synagogue: New Name and Rosh Hashanah Schedule

The Boulder Orthodox Synagogue has made exciting advances in the last month and a half! Read More >>

H H 2014/5775 at Chabad of Boulder County

H H 2014/5775 at Chabad of Boulder County

Chabad of Boulder County announces its High Holidays schedule of services. Read More >>

eScapegoat App Returns for HH 5775

eScapegoat App Returns for HH 5775

The eScapegoat app enables users to admit their sins, and offload them onto a virtual goat… Really. Read More >>

Celebrating Rosh Hashanah as a Young Adult Jew

Celebrating Rosh Hashanah as a Young Adult Jew

So you’re a young adult Jew living in Boulder and the high holidays are fast approaching. What should you do? Read More >>

NEXT Helps Young Jewish Adults Celebrate 5775 with Friends

NEXT Helps Young Jewish Adults Celebrate 5775 with Friends

NEXT: A Division of Birthright Israel Foundation today unveiled its 2014 High Holidays Initiative designed to connect Birthright Israel alumni and young Jewish adults to High Holiday events, to their peers, and to Jewish community organizations. Read More >>

Selichot at Bonai Shalom with a Settler and a Palestinian

Selichot at Bonai Shalom with a Settler and a Palestinian

For Selichot this year, Bonai Shalom is excited to host a unique pair of peace makers: a Palestinian activist and a Jewish settler rabbi! Read More >>

Celebrate the High Holy Days at Denver Botanic Gardens

Celebrate the High Holy Days at Denver Botanic Gardens

Judaism Your Way invites you and your loved ones to join us for free High Holy Day services. Read More >>

Elul Musings

Elul Musings

Rabbi Scheiner shares a parable and tradition about the month of Elul. Read More >>

A Fresh Take on the High Holy Days with Judaism Your Way

A Fresh Take on the High Holy Days with Judaism Your Way

Judaism Your Way invites you to prepare for the High Holy Days with Reflect. Repair. Renew. Read More >>

Selichot at Bonai Shalom: Working Together for Understanding and Reconciliation

Selichot at Bonai Shalom: Working Together for Understanding and Reconciliation

Palestinian Peace Activist and Settler Rabbi Together for Peace and Reconciliation for Roots/Judur/Shorashim: Selichot at Bonai Shalom on Saturday September 20th. Read More >>

One Thing I Ask – A Special Workshop for Elul at Bonai Shalom

One Thing I Ask – A Special Workshop for Elul at Bonai Shalom

Rabbi Marc will lead us in this workshop Wednesday night, focusing on the power of the shofar as a meditative tool and the poetry of Psalm 27 that invites us to dwell in god’s house. Read More >>

Cover of "Rav Kook's Introduction to Shabbat Ha'aretz".

“Shabbat Ha’aretz” Book Tour Events on Front Range

The “Shabbat Ha’aretz” national book tour will be stopping in Westminster and Boulder next week. Read on for more details on the events and the author. Read More >>

Return to the Land of Your Soul: High Holiday Prep Through Mystery, Music, Method

Return to the Land of Your Soul: High Holiday Prep Through Mystery, Music, Method

Har HaShem invites you to a series of three sessions as we prepare for the Days of Awe. Read More >>

Daylong Elul Retreat: High Holiday Prep with Chant, Music and More

Daylong Elul Retreat: High Holiday Prep with Chant, Music and More

Nevei Kodesh hosts a participatory experience that will include chant, music, study, meditation and movement, as we explore our relationships both to heaven and earth, and to others in our lives. Read More >>

Cover of "Rav Kook's Introduction to Shabbat Ha'aretz".

Shabbat Ha’aretz: Judaism, Land Use, Social Justice and Climate Change

The next shmita cycle starts this Rosh Hashanah. Hence, September 23 begins the biblical sabbatical year. Hazon has scheduled two events to celebrate, discuss and understand. Read More >>

New Magazine Aiming for 15,000 Colorado Jewish Families

New Magazine Aiming for 15,000 Colorado Jewish Families

The Radio Chavura Magazine, a new free publication targeted at Colorado’s vibrant, growing Jewish community, will make its debut in late August. Read More >>

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