Join Har HaShem Virtually – June 5 – June 12

Join Congregation Har HaShem to pray, study, and socialize! Please see the calendar on our website for descriptions of all of our programs, including Zoom links. Click here to find additional resources for services including online prayer books.

Tot Shabbat – Friday, June 5 – 5:00 pm

Tot Shabbat is for children ages seven years and younger and their parents and grandparents. Older siblings are also invited and encouraged to attend.

Friday Evening Shabbat Service – Friday, June 5 – 6:00 pm

We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us.

Torah Study – Saturday, June 6 – 9:00 am

Torah is our greatest gift! But it isn’t reserved just for rabbis. It is accessible and inspirational to all. Young and not-so-young, experienced and new-comers, all are welcome to explore the Torah portion of the week with Rabbi Greene and volunteers who will take turns to explore the Truths to help make meaning in our lives.

Shabbat Morning Service with Bar Mitzvah of Travis Ellis – Saturday, June 6 – 10:15 am

We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us.

Havdalah – Saturday, June 6 – 8:15 pm

Havdalah marks the transition from sacred to ordinary time. We’ll gather online for this short ceremony, share some reflections and prepare for the week to come.

Movie Night: “Seven Minutes in Heaven” – Monday, June 8 – 7:00 pm

It’s time for Har HaShem’s next movie night!  Join us on Monday, June 8th at 7 pm for a free showing of “Seven Minutes in Heaven.”  I’ve never seen a movie like this before, part out-of-body love story, part psychological thriller. Galia survives a bomb blast on a bus in Jerusalem, but has severe burns and has lost all memory of the event.  Galia was clinically dead for 7 minutes (hence the title) before being resuscitated.  As a first responder, who is also a seminary student, explains to her later, “Our Creator gives these souls a chance to observe the life they’ll live if they choose to return” and that a soul choosing to return might be able to change its destiny at the moment it reunites with the body. The movie starts one year after the blast when her boyfriend, Oren, passes away from injuries he suffered in the attack.  A necklace sent to Galia anonymously sets her off on a journey to find the missing pieces of the puzzle from that fateful day.  Come see what choice Galia’s soul makes. (released July 10, 2012, runtime 94 minutes, Hebrew with English subtitles)

Faith and the 2020 Election – Tuesday, June 9 – 3:00 pm

Join the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism on Facebook for a conversation about faith and the 2020 election, and how faith communities are mobilizing voters around economic and racial justice issues with RAC Director Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner and Reverend William J. Barber II, president and lecturer at Repairers of the Breach and co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign.

Weekly Morning Minyan – Wednesday, June 10 – 7:30 am

Make morning prayer part of your daily workout. Start your day with prayer or join with others to say kaddish for a loved one in our new, weekday service. The service will be lay-led.

Refuat HaNefesh Spiritual Support Group – Wednesday, June 10 – 10:30 am

A safe and loving place where people struggling with mental illness and brain disorders, their family, and friends can meet confidentially and openly name how their spiritual life/faith can help with mental health challenges. Facilitated by Rabbi Deborah Bronstein and Reggie Grey, LCSW.Friday Evening Shabbat Service – Friday, June 12 – 6:00 pm

We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us.

About Lisa Webber

Check Also

Boulder JCC to Offer “A Night at the Catskills”

Join us for a festive pre-Chanukah evening of music, dancing, cabaret, mingling, and more as we recreate the tastes, sounds, and ambiance of the classic New York State “Borsht Belt” clubs of the 1950-60s.

Loving Language – Lifting Lives

Words of loving-kindness (Ahavas Chesed) is the focus for this November’s Clean Speech Colorado. Join Yehudis Fishman to share many examples from Torah, Talmud, Mystics, and contemporary sources about how the power of words can lift our spirits even from the darkest places.

%d bloggers like this: