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Brunch for the Champions? Shavuos 5777

Although, you are busy celebrating the Bolder Boulder and the Memorial Day Weekend, we are gearing up for the highlight of the year…Shavuos!
Consider you are running a spiritual marathon…I mean, aren’t we all in midst of our journey, tracking our distance from where we came from, using our GPS calibrated to the rhythm of our soul, reaching goals, aspirations and dreams?
Over 3000 years ago we received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai. No cell phone panoramic view, no Facebook to tag who was ‘there’, no online registration to track attendance…
Yet, you and I were there with every soul of the Jewish nation. Yup! Just imagine, the biggest most unbelievable selfie on earth! Only it was our souls that were capturing the moment, zooming in, focusing on our commitment to G-d.
How about re-living the moment, in the moment?
At Boulder Center for Judaism, we provide these meaningful experiences that nourish our body and soul.
And in case you are wondering how we do that?
Well, come join us and see.
Find out how in fact, every Jewish Holiday taps into the divine energy that occurred at the original moment in time.
And of course, who runs a marathon without a wholesome breakfast(or brunch)?
So, bring a friend, and come by to celebrate, eat, and connect. To each other, to ourselves, to G-d.
RSVP by clicking this link (no cost) or emailing us, however we would appreciate your RSVP so we may plan accordingly…got to have enough cheesecake for everyone, right?


Tuesday, May 30, 9:30 pm: Shavuot Meal
Tuesday, May 30, 11:00 pm: Torah class by Rabbi Scheiner “The difference between Kaballah and Chassidism”.
Wednesday, May 31, 10:30 am:
Shavuot Services at 4900 Sioux Drive
Wednesday, May 31, 11:00 am: Ten Commandments is read in Synagogue at this service
Wednesday, May 31, 11:00 am: Shavuot Kid’s Program “Make edible Mount Sinai’s”,
Thursday, June 1, 10:30
Come by to say Yizkor (A remembrance prayer for loved ones) in the Synagogue

About Chany Scheiner

Co - Director of Boulder Center for Judaism. Any successful organization needs a heart and that is what Chany provides, along with organization, marketing, innovative programming, and countless Shabbat dinners. Some of her accomplishments are large and public like the annual menorah lighting on Pearl Street and the matzo and shofar factories, while others are quiet and private like the time she spends counseling individuals and sharing the wisdom that comes from study.

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