Congregation Bonai Shalom is delaying the start date of Prophetic Voices: The Twelve Minor Prophets to October 29th at 7pm.

CBS Postpones Prophets Class One Week

Due to a scheduling conflict with the opening event of MoVeRs (Jewish Mavericks, Visionaries and Rebels, see www.jewishmovers.org for more information on this community wide program at CU) Congregation Bonai Shalom is delaying the start date of Prophetic Voices: The Twelve Minor Prophets to October 29th at 7pm.  This course is taught by Rabbi Marc Soloway and is open to non-members.

Here’s a brief course description:  Following the popular class on Isaiah, Ezekial and Jeremiah, we will continue to look at the poetry and messages of the not-so-minor minor prophets.  These twelve are only known as the minor prophets because of the smaller books, but their contributions are very significant.  We will focus on Amos, Hosea and Zechariah and will, once again, refer to Heschel’s work “The Prophets” as well as looking at the primary sources.  Please read the Books of Hosea, Joel and Amos for the first class if possible.  Thursdays, October 29 and November 5 from 7-9pm.  Fee: Free for members; $10 non-members (per class).  For more information, contact Congregation Bonai Shalom, 1527 Cherryvale Road,  Tel. 303-442-6605.

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