Join Har HaShem Virtually – November 6-13

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. www.harhashem.org

Tot Shabbat – Friday, November 6 – 5:00 pm

Led by clergy, this service is not just for tots! Join us for this family-friendly Shabbat service with singing, engaging prayers and child-friendly teachings.

Shabbat Shabbat Service – Friday, November 6 – 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, November 7 – 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 Asher Cohen – Saturday, November 7 – 10:15 am

Pray with us.

Havdalah – Saturday, November 7 – 5:30 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.

Symposium on Spirituality and the Environment – Sunday, November 8 – 2:00 pm

We invite our friends of all faiths and backgrounds to join the conversations at this Symposium and hope to help the Boulder community step forward to advance a spiritually-based response to environmental stewardship and community actions.

Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, CEO of Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action, is the keynote speaker and we will join in conversation with Colorado State Senator and Majority Leader Steve Fenberg. Learn More | Register Here

Jews, Whiteness, Power and Privilege – Monday, November 9 – 7:00 pm

A Lecture with Professor Marc Dollinger, Ph.D.
Are American Jews white? The question, answered differently by different generations of American Jews, gets at the heart of American Jewish identity. Have Jews remained separate and distinct from the rest of middle-class America or have they assimilated so much that they have become white? Come explore the contentious history and sociology of Jews and racial definition. We’ll then explore how white-presenting Jews have, and have not, been considered privileged in U.S. history.
This event is made possible through the generous support of Congregation Har HaShem by Madeline Cohen and Steve Freiburger in honor of Sara-Jane and Bill Cohen
Register Here

Weekly Morning Minyan – Wednesday, November 11 – 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, November 11 – 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 Gray, LCSW, an experienced therapist who attends Nevei Kodesh, this group is open to all members of the Jewish community.

Kabbalah Reading Group – Wednesday, November 11 – 6:30 pm

The Har HaShem Kabbalah Reading Group reads and discusses Zohar. We are now reading “The Thirteen Petaled Rose” by Steinsaltz. Our discussion will center on Jewish mysticism generally and as applied in everyday life.

Between Geography and Biblical Concepts: Early Maps of the Holy Land – Thursday, November 12 – 10:00 am

HUC-JIR Library Lecture Series with Dr. Rehav Rubin. This presentation about early printed maps will discuss how maps of the 15-18th centuries were much more a graphic interpretation of the Bible than a realistic or geographical image of the Land of Israel / Palestine at the time. Register here.

What if Democracy Fails? – Thursday, November 12 – 7:00 pm

The Coalition Against Global Genocide and the Denver Urban Spectrum presents Genocide and Slavery Virtual Discussion Series
What If Democracy Fails: U.S. and its Continued Refusal to Confront Atrocities. For more information on the Coalition Against Global Genocide, visit www.CoAGG.org.

Shabbat Service – Friday, November 13 – 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.

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