Jewish skiers attending the Adventure Rabbi menorah lighting at Copper Mountain, 12/24/12.

Menorah Lighting and Shabbat on Snow at Copper, December 12

Copper Mountain, CO, Dec. 10, 2020 — This year, the nation’s most unique Menorah Lighting Ceremony for Chanukah will take place on Saturday, December 12th on the slopes at Copper Mountain. The candle lighting ceremony is part of Rabbi Jamie Korngold, The Adventure Rabbi’s classic event, Shabbat on Snow and it will take place at 12:30 pm behind Solitude Station, located near the bottom of the Excelerator Lift.

Come find out how welcoming the oasis of Shabbat into the ski day can enrich one’s experience on the mountain and nourish the soul. To take part in the event meet Rabbi Jamie Korngold at the base of the Super Bee at 10 am to ski. Or, meet the group behind Solitude Station at 12:30 for a joyous,15-minute Menorah Lighting and Chanukah celebration.

Shabbat on Snow was the first event that was offered by the Adventure Rabbi back in 2001. Combining Shabbat and Skiing with a very brief 15-minute moment is what cemented the Adventure Rabbi’s name in the world of outdoor spirituality.

The event is free but participants will need a ski pass to ride the lifts and a reservation to park. To watch a feature on Rabbi Korngold on the slopes with her congregation click here.
Additional information can be found at www.adventurerabbi.org . For more information on the program or to talk to Rabbi Korngold, contact Kenny Fried at kennyfried@gmail.com.

Skiing with the Adventure Rabbi

About The Adventure Rabbi
Rabbi Korngold is an ordained Reform Rabbi and the founder of the Adventure Judaism. She is nationally recognized for her innovative work combining religion and nature. She is the author of 11 books including “God in the Wilderness” (Doubleday 2008), “The God Upgrade: Finding Your 21st-Century Spirituality in Judaism’s 5,000-Year-Old Tradition” (Jewish Lights, April 2011), which was named one of the ten best religions books of the year by Publisher’s Weekly, and the Sadie series (Kar-Ben).

About Rabbi Jamie Korngold

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