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Celebrating Rabbi Bronstein’s Work

A Salute to Rabbi Bronstein’s New Role at Har HaShem

A Day of Inspiration and A Call to Action

On January 8, celebrate the ongoing work of Rabbi Deborah Bronstein together with Congregation Har HaShem as we strengthen our commitment to acts of justice and compassion at home, in the community, and around the world.

Rabbi Bronstein has long been associated with the work of tikkun olam and has promoted chesed – acts of loving-kindness – between members of our community.

Rabbi Josh Rose and Congressman Jared Polis will remind us of the Congregation’s heritage and the tasks ahead; Rabbi Bronstein will share her journey and vision; and we will get a taste of how this vision is being realized by devoted congregants.

Turning to Jewish tradition’s teaching about the difference our own individual commitment can make in the world through concrete action, the event will also include “stories” about Rabbi Bronstein, song, food and drink, and a Havdalah like you’ve never experienced before.

This tribute to Rabbi Bronstein’s ongoing work provides us with the opportunity to reengage as a community in those mitzvot that call us to our highest selves. Don’t miss this fun, inspiring, and exciting day. Everyone is welcome. January 8, 3 pm at Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder. Click here to see this event on the Community Calendar, sign up for a reminder, or to add the event to your own calendar. RSVP required by Tuesday Jan. 4th to (303) 499-7077 or r.farr@harhashem.org.

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