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Shabbat Nugget: Parashat Emor

In week's Torah portion we learn about the holidays and the type of sacrifices that should be brought to the Temple for each holiday.

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A Passover Nugget

Why do we celebrate the freedom of the exodus of Egypt, if subsequently, in many following generations the Jews were persecuted and enslaved?

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April First Friday: Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP)

Peter Ornstein, President of SIPP, visits Bonai Shalom on First Friday to update the community on SIPP's progress.

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A Shabbat Nugget: Parashat Vayikra

This Shabbos, which is the Shabbos before Purim, there is a special Mitzvah to read the story of how the nation of Amalek attacked the Jewish people after they left Egypt.

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Zachor – Amalek and Shabbat at War

Before we can get to Purim 5776, we must pass through the only Shabbat whose special Torah reading is biblically mandated- Parshat Zachor, the reading of the mitzvah to wipe out the memory of Amalek.

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Shabbat Nugget: Parashat Vayakhel

In this week's Torah portion, we read about the Jews donating the material for the Mishkan (the Portable Temple) that they built in the desert.

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CBS First Friday with Moishe House: Jewish Katrina A Decade Later

Bonai Shalom and the Boulder Moishe House present Moshe Kornfeld: Jewish Katrina – A Decade Later for First Friday this Friday, March 4th.

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Family Fourth Friday and Avodat Lev Saturday at Bonai Shalom

Bonai Shalom would like to invite you to celebrate Shabbat together during our Family Fourth Friday Kabbalat Shabbat service and dinner this Friday, February 26th and our new Avodat Lev alternative Shabbat morning service on Saturday, February 27th.

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Bonai Shalom Welcomes E.J. Cohen During JDAIM

In honor of February being National Jewish Disability and Inclusion Month, Congregation Bonai Shalom invites you to an exciting opportunity to study with and learn Jewish educator and sign language interpreter E.J. Cohen.

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