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Boulder Orthodox Synagogue: New Name and Rosh Hashanah Schedule

BOSSThe Boulder Orthodox Synagogue has made exciting advances in the last month and a half. We are utilizing a new prayer space for weekly Shabbat services in the Har Hashem South building and recently brought in Rabbi Ami and Eliana Silver as our new rabbinic couple. As our community’s vision and direction continue to evolve we have decided to name our shul Kehillat Orot Yisrael.

Orot is the plural of the Hebrew word for light. Kehillah means community or congregation. This name embodies the kind of inclusive and inspiring community that we are striving to create. A community that is composed of unique perspectives and points of connection, that believes in the broad-reaching nature of Torah that is reflected and expressed through the individuals who engage in it and that is deeply rooted in our traditions and our collective Jewish identity as Am Yisrael. Please join us for services, learning and other events!

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Rosh Hashana Schedule: Everybody is Welcome!

(All Services will be held in the South Building of the Har Hashem Campus)

Wednesday 9/24 – Erev Rosh Hashana, Mincha/Maariv 6:30 pm

Thursday 9/25 – Rosh Hashana Day 1, Shacharit 9:00 am
Communal lunch following services

Mincha/Maariv 6:30 pm

Friday 9/25 – Rosh Hashana Day 2, Shacharit 9:00 am
Communal lunch following services

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Prep

About Rabbi Ami Silver

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