Do You Have Plans for the High Holidays Yet?

What is your ideal vision for celebrating the high holidays this year?

  • Are you looking for a place that will let you renew and reflect that may not look or feel like anything you’ve experienced before?
  • Do you want to celebrate the High Holidays outside in nature?
  • Are you looking to meet peers and make connections?
  • Do you feel the need to move your body?
  • Do you appreciate the traditional prayers sung in tunes you grew up with?

Boulder offers a variety of experiences to meet everyone’s needs for connection to prayer, people, and self.  We have traditional services that will connect you to familiar tunes and traditional blessings from the haunting sounds of Kol Nidre to moments of reflection and refocus.  We also have indoor and outdoor experiences, movement, mikvah, and services and programs for teens and children.  We are offering events before, after and during the holidays, and not all of the offerings are services.  If you can describe it, we probably have it, or something close to it.

To learn more about Boulder County High Holiday listings by demographic, interest area and date, please visit: Jewish Together – Boulder website

You can also get information by contacting the High Holiday Hotline at 303-998-1900 x161.  If you would like to speak with someone directly, please contact Michael Rosenzweig , Community Concierge at or by calling (303) 998-5626.  Finally, if you want to taste apples and honey in preparation for the holidays please visit Apples and Honey at King Soopers (Boulder stores: Table Mesa and Arapahoe & 30th), September 9, 2012 from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.  Hag Sameah!



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