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Friending G-d: Boulder’s Rabbis Discuss

Thankfully, we have a lively community of rabbis here in Boulder and, not surprisingly, they don’t agree about everything.  But they do agree to be in positive, productive discussion about important concerns that face the Jewish world and Jewish Boulder.  Several times each year, the rabbis invite the community to listen in on and participate in a candid, real-time discussion.

On Sunday, January 16th at 7:00 pm at the Dairy Center for the Arts, several of Boulder’s rabbis will participate in a panel called “Friending G-d: The Language of Prayer in the Digital Age.” Discussion will cover topics related to prayer and how it has changed over time, culminating in a generation in which talk really is cheap.

Free and open to the public.

About Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder

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