2010/5771 Community High Holiday Information

Shofar and PomsCelebrate the High Holidays with community.

Click on the links below for High Holiday information.  Most synagogues do not require membership in order to attend services, however, some require tickets for certain services. Contact the organization directly for additional information.


Adventure Rabbi (Reform/Reconstructionist)

Calling all Birthright Colorado NEXT people: Through a recent new grant, the Adventure Rabbi Rosh Hashanah Retreat is free for any Birthright Colorado NEXT member. (Tuition, dorm room, meals paid for by a grant): info at http://www.AdventureRabbi.org/next/

Boulder Aish Kodesh (Modern Orthodox)

Congregation Bonai Shalom (Conservative)

Rabbi Eliav Bock from Ramah of the Rockies leads Family Services; Bonai Shalom will be using a new, updated prayerbook for the High Holidays; complimentary tickets are available for second-day services. More info here.

Congregation Har HaShem (Reform)

Congregation Nevei Kodesh (Renewal)

Congregation Pardes Levavot (Renewal)

This is the third year that Pardes Levavot has opened its doors at the High HolyDays to all comers. No tickets, no cost.

Chabad Lubavitch of Boulder County (Chabad Lubavitch)

Chabad @ CU (Chabad Lubavitch)


Chabad Jewish Center of Longmont (Chabad Lubavitch)


Chabad House Synagogue & Cultural Center (Chabad Lubavitch)

A la carte High Holiday services, click here to read the story!

Congregation B’nai Torah (Reform)


Congregation Beth Evergreen (Reform)

Judaism in the Foothills (Chabad Lubavitch)


Congregation Beth Ami (Humanist)

Additional High Holiday Programming for Families

MazelTot Family-Friendly Programs (pdf)

About Staff

They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

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