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Learn from All of Boulder’s Rabbis

An opportunity unique to Boulder – learn beginners’ Judaism from all of Boulder’s amazing congregational rabbis in an intimate community environment. Derech Chayim – literally ‘A Way of Life’ – is a 10-month course that touches on every major issue in modern Jewish life, setting you up to make good decisions about your Jewish future. Each rabbi adds his or her own flavor – and sometimes they co-teach for added punch.  In the course of the year, students learn about each of the Jewish holidays, with hands-on workshops for Shabbat and Passover preparation. We also offer pre-class panels on topics of special interest, opportunities for Torah study and the Hebrew Marathon to help students learn to read in Hebrew. There are also special deals for Derech Chayim students to get High Holiday tickets.

This adult program has appealed to people in the Boulder Jewish community and beyond for many years. The class has been helpful for mixed couples where one is thinking of conversion and the other is wanting a refresher, for parents who want to add depth and breadth to their childrens’ education and those who want to reconnect to Judaism.

Classes begin August 22nd, from 6-8 p.m. To register please click here. For more information, email office@boulderhaver.org or visit our website boulderhaver.org . Derech Chayim is sponsored by Haver, the Boulder Rabbinic Fellowship.

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