Har HaShem Prospective Member Shabbat

Har_HaShem_star_plus_wordsOn Friday, August 16th at 6:00 pm, Congregation Har HaShem will “Open Our Tent to the Community” with a Prospective Member Shabbat and Mediterranean-themed Oneg honoring the Jewish tradition to warmly welcome and embrace visitors as Abraham and Sarah did.

Once a year, Congregation Har HaShem designates a Shabbat to provide an opportunity to introduce newcomers to our congregation. This year, we will host a Shabbat Service followed by a special Mediterranean-themed Oneg. The Oneg will immediately follow the service at approximately 7:15 with a short introduction of staff and programs.

We invite you to attend! Bring your family and friends to meet clergy, staff, congregants, and other prospective members. Experience a Har HaShem Shabbat service and ask questions about membership, religious school or activities within our Jewish community. There is no cost, and there is no obligation to join.

Reservations for congregants and guests are needed to plan for food. Your RSVP is required no later than Monday, August 12th online HERE. For information, contact communications@harhashem.org or call (303) 499-7077, ext. 19.

Congregation Har HaShem is a URJ-affiliated Reform synagogue located at 3950 Baseline Road in Boulder. The clergy team of Rabbi Joshua Rose and Cantorial Soloist Holli Berman provide a dynamic variety of services for adults and children of all ages including a youth choir and a volunteer-led house band, Or Zimrah. Har HaShem has built the area’s largest and most extensive formal and informal youth education program and takes pride in a diverse membership from throughout the Boulder Valley and beyond.

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