The Soul Must Go On — Lubavitch Yom Kippur

chabadlogoIn this very difficult time for the Boulder County Jewish community, Chabad of Boulder County has made the decision to stay and host Yom Kippur Services.   Our doors are open to all in this time of crisis.   If you have any friends or relatives who would like to join us for services,  please direct them to us as some Jewish resources in the community unfortunately will not be available.  For those, who would like to stay nearby and not have to chance the rain, there are hotel accommodations at Days Inn for $65 and at Homewood Suites for $135.  Contact Chany @ for more details.

You can place your reservation online @  Services are held at Lubavitch of Boulder, 4900 Sioux Drive. Please specify which services you are joining for.

Kol Nidrei- Friday night 7:15 pm (note the time correction)
Shacharis- Shabbat morning 10 am-12 pm
Kids Program-Shabbat morning 11-2 (rsvp required)
Mussaf- Shabbat afternoon 12-3 pm
Mincha, Neilah and Break Fast  5-8:15 pm

Experience the powerful concluding service of Yom Kippur plus a lavish & social Break Fast you will not soon forget.  Thank you to Amnon and Sima Gilady for sponsoring the Break Fast.

A few days after Yom Kippur is Sukkot.  Chabad is excited to annouce that we are bringing in Yisroel Nemni, the Sukkah Man, an experienced Sukkah builder and wonderful Yeshiva student to help with the different Sukkah programming.  Email us at to reserve Yisroel to help you design your new Sukkah or put up your Sukkah, his cost is $36 per hour min. two hours.

We will also be building a Sukkah Mobile to bring Sukkot to different parts of Boulder.  Sponsors are needed to help with Sukkot program costs, truck rental and materials for building the Sukkah Mobile.  Can you help bring this fun project to Boulder? Please help us by donating: @  You can also email us, if you would like the Sukkah Mobile to visit your home or office, we will try to accommodate requests for groups or individuals.

PS.  If you know of anybody in distress who needs resources,  please let us know, we will do our utmost to try to help.

PPS.  If you or a friend still needs a Lulav and Esrog order at, supplies are going FAST so reserve your own today.

About Chany Scheiner

Co - Director of Boulder Center for Judaism. Any successful organization needs a heart and that is what Chany provides, along with organization, marketing, innovative programming, and countless Shabbat dinners. Some of her accomplishments are large and public like the annual menorah lighting on Pearl Street and the matzo and shofar factories, while others are quiet and private like the time she spends counseling individuals and sharing the wisdom that comes from study.

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