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Momentous Installation Weekend at Har HaShem

Come and celebrate a wonderful life cycle event at Congregation Har HaShem, October 22-24. Rabbi Joshua Rose will be installed as the new head Rabbi, and the entire community is invited to share in this exciting event!

Friday Evening, October 22, 7:00-9:00 PM South Building
Installation Service and Special Oneg Shabbat
A significant event in our congregation’s history as Rabbi Rose will be officially installed as our new Senior Rabbi. A special Oneg Shabbat immediately to follow. No Charge for this event. Please call 303 499 7077 to reserve babysitting.

Saturday Afternoon, October 23, 1:30-5:15 PM North Building
Jewish 2.0: Exploring New Ideas in Jewish Life
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An afternoon of Jewish learning in creative and traditional ways with great teachers from HHS and the community. A range of sessions to choose from. No Charge for this event. Please call 303 499 7077 to reserve babysitting.

Saturday Night, October 23, 7:30-10:30 PM North Building
Celebratory Bash for Ages 13-103
We’ve got a lot to celebrate, so we’re going to do it with a live band, dancing, delectable hors d’oeuvres, make your own ice cream sundae bar and cash bar. Call 303 499 7077 to RSVP by October 15th.
$25 per person

Sunday Morning, October 24, 9:00 – 10:30 AM North Building
Kids Service and Schmooze (Pre-school kids and younger)
Got kids too young for religious school? Join our K-2 school children and their families for a special short service “re-installing” Rabbi Rose. Afterwards, stick around for schmoozing and snacks with the Rabbi exclusively for families with pre-school and
younger kids.

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