Shavuot Is Around The Corner!

Shavuot is June 12-13th, 2016 – Don’t miss these events at Bonai Shalom!

Community Wide Tikkun Leyl Shavuot at Congregation Bonai Shalom- June 11th – 12th, Saturday night through Sunday dawn. Join Boulder’s rabbis in discussing the sacred dance of ratzo v’shov – the metaphor depicting the oscillation between the holy and the mundane. We will begin at 7:00 pm with Mincha, enjoy a Third meal with singing and intention setting, followed by Ma’ariv, candle lighting and Kiddush. Opening panel at 9:45 pm with rabbis sharing their own personal spiritual challenges and tools. Four sessions of learning will follow, including a meditation by the creek. Program ends at dawn with a sunrise Shacharit that includes reading the Torah of Revelation. Sponsored by Haver, the Rabbinic Council of Boulder.

Dawn Davening – Sunday, June 12th, 2016 at 5:00 am
Join us for a beautiful Shacharit service (even if you haven’t stayed up all night!) as we celebrate revelation at sunrise.
Shavuot Teaching with Hannah Kapnik-Ashar – Sunday, June 12th, 2016 at 5:00 pm
Shavuot Service – Monday, June 13th, 2016 at 9:30 am
With selections from the Book of Ruth and Yizkor around 11:00 am.

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