Comprehensive Listing of High Holiday Services and Programs

BJN High HolidaysWith the arrival of shorter days and a nip in the air come the High Holidays. Jewish Together – Boulder has once again compiled a listing of High Holiday services and related programs on its website. You’ll find information about logistics and locations – everything you need to know to celebrate the High Holidays.

Also on the website are resources for families with new babies, weddings, end-of-life and bereavement. If you are looking to add more ideas to your Shabbat repertoire, there are ideas for celebrating Shabbat at home and in community including a high altitude challah recipe.

JtBoulderJewish Together – Boulder is a collaboration between 30 Jewish organizations and synagogues working together to strengthen relationships and provide connection for ALL Jews in Boulder County. The collaborative is co-sponsored by the BJCF and 18 Pomegranates. For an opportunity to donate to these initiatives, visit the Boulder Jewish Community Foundation website.

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  1. This publication is a fantastic resource, I just learned of it. Here is an unabashed plug for Pardes Levavot, the small but mighty congregation that has welcomed me with open arms and will welcome you too! Come celebrate with us!