Sukkot at Bonai Shalom

We hope you can join us for one or more of these exciting programs to celebrate the joyful fall season and Sukkot!

Shacharit and Potluck Brunch in Memory of Froma Fallik – October 16, 9:00am – The service led by Rabbi Marc, will start at 9:00am in the sanctuary and will last about thirty minutes. We will then move into the Sukkah for a potluck brunch where we will share memories and moments of learning fostered by Froma. RSVP

Sukkot Day 1 Services – October 17, 2016, 9:30am-12:00pm

Sukkot Day 2 Celebration: Hallel and Havruta – October 18, 2016, 10:30am-12:00pm  Join us for this new program as we come together on this Festival of Joyful Gathering for a celebratory Hallel and torah study, looking at traditional and chasidic teachings on the meaning of sitting in the Sukkah, followed by a community lunch. Weather permitting, this will be in the Sukkah.

Shira In the Sukkah – October 18, 8:00pm  – Join us in building singing community! We’ll explore niggunim (melodies), experimenting with rhythm, volume, texture, harmony, and listening. This is for folks of all levels of comfort and skill singing. Facilitated by Rabbinic Intern Hannah Kapnik-Ashar.

B’nai Mitzvah Family Dinner in the Sukkah – October 19, 6:15pm-8:15pm

Green Team Breakfast in the Sukkah – October 20, 8:30am – We are inviting you to join us in the Sukkah to learn about Bonai Shalom’s Sustainability efforts. We have received Hazon’s Seal of Sustainability and invite you to help us to reinvigorate our Green Team. We welcome your ideas and passion to green our shul.

Ramah in the Rockies Reunion Dinner in the Sukkah – October 20, 6:30pm 
Abbreviated Kabbalat Shabbat & Soup in the Sukkah – October 21, 2016, 6:00pm

Jews, Food and the Earth – the Ethics of Jewish Eating – October 23, 3:00pm-4:30pm, $10
Join Farmer Becca and Rabbi Marc for some study and discussion about how Jewish values can influence our food choices as we consider condition of workers, treatment of animals, impact on the environment and how we share our bounty.  The Boulder JCC and Bonai Shalom both strive to produce sustainable food and teach these from a Jewish perspective. Weather permitting, we this class will be in the Sukkah at the JCC. Register at

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