Find a Special Bar/Bat Mitzvah Gift at HH

Planning or attending an upcoming bar or bat mitzvah? Congregation Har HaShem’s Gift Shop has the right gift or Jewish ritual item for every occasion!

Consider ritual items such as tallit, tallit clips, yads, personalized kippot, kiddush cups or candlestick holders. Personalization can include inscriptions and even photos!

Popular gifts include jewelry, jewelry boxes or stands, books on Jewish topics like “The Jewish Book of Why,” bookends, tzedakah boxes, shofars, decorative wall hangings, desktop sculptures, or photo albums and keepsake boxes.

Top off any gift with the right card – including money or gift card holders, a Jewish music CD, fun stickers, toys, or candy.

See and touch merchandise in person at Boulder’s largest Judaica store, or browse a broader selection online that isn’t carried in the store. Either way, the profit made on all purchases – in person or online – supports building Jewish community.

When you shop, you support the synagogue. Open since 1974, and led by dedicated volunteers Karen Braverman, Elise Garland and Barbara Margolis, proceeds from the Gift Shop have provided opportunities including Religious School scholarships.

1.) Shop in person or buy a gift certificate at 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder in the North Building lobby. To schedule an appointment during July and August, call (303) 665-7955, (303) 604-2685 or (303) 444-3674.

2.) Shop online anytime where you can also find free Jewish e-cards, a gift registry, kosher gift basket options, and shipping to around the world!

About Ellen Kowitt

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  1. Sounds wonderful to shop there!

  2. Thank you for sharing.

    I think that jewish jewelry are the most special Bar and Bat Mitzvah Gift .

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