Prospective Member Shabbat at HHS

Congregation Har HaShem is delighted to create an opportunity for people interested in connecting to a Jewish community to come and meet us! The Shabbat service will begin at 6:00 pm on August 26th, and will be followed by an oneg.

We will have our clergy, board members, staff, and many members of our community join us for this Shabbat. You can come to learn more about Har HaShem and how we celebrate Jewish journeys, teach our children, invest in our youth, engage our seniors, and nurture our spirits.

Come and join us, learn about our community, and share this information with friends who are seeking a vibrant Jewish community.

Our Shabbat services are engaging, spirited, and inclusive. We hope to see you there. We request that you RSVP by clicking here. For more information, contact Lisa Webber at info@harhashem.org or 303-499-7077.

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