Chicken Soup For The Family’s Soul

Bring the family for a pre-Shabbat gathering, ending in chicken soup (vegan, too!) and starting with the highlights of the Friday night service, a few choice songs, some learning about the weekly Torah reading (could lead to some interesting table talk!) amidst a warm and inviting community.

The focus is on families with kids of elementary-school age, though all are welcome, and I am sure the little ones will have a good time.

We will be doing this monthly, starting Friday August 24th at 5:30 PM (they will always end before Shabbat, giving people who don’t drive on Shabbat plenty of time to get home). Please RSVP to rabbi@boulderaishkodesh.org.

At Aish Kodesh 1545 Cherryvale, Boulder.

 

 

About Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder

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