This Week at Virtual Bonai Shalom – 4/24 – 4/30

What’s happening at Bonai Shalom for the next week! Please see our website for the whole list of events, zoom information, and all other updates!

Kabbalabazoom– Friday April 24, 4:30 pm –  Songful Family Kabbalat Shabbat Services with Rabbi Marc.

Shmooze and Community Kabbalat Shabbat with our friends at Rodef Shalom Denver! – Friday April 24, 5:45 pm – Shmooze at 5:45 pm, Services at 6:00 pm. In this time of social distancing, we have an amazing opportunity to embrace a unique element of spiritual deepening. Normally, we would not have the capability to daven together on a Friday night with friends from Boulder and Denver. Yet now, we do. Join us on Zoom tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m. as our two communities — Bonai Shalom and Rodef Shalom — come together in prayer and song.

Live Stream Shabbat Service with Rabbi Marc – Saturday April 25, 9:30-11:15 am

Tefillah b’Yachad – Family Morning Prayers and Havdalah – April 26 2020 at 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Stories of Hope in the Time of Covid-19 – Sunday April 26, 6:00 pm – We all read the news, here let’s gather (you can still come with your favorite happy hour alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink!!) and share positive and inspiring stories that have come out of this difficult time.

Zoom Sippur – Monday, April 27th, 2:00 pm – Story time in Hebrew and English led by Kate and Esther, for young kids (pre-K and K). This week will be led by Kate!

Mussar – Monday, April 27th, 5:30 pm – Are you interested in a transformational journey that provides an approach to spirituality that is applicable to everyday life and accessible to all regardless of  Jewish/Hebrew knowledge? Mussar offers opportunities for personal growth engaging with character strengths and how we walk through the world within the context of a Jewish lens. The middah / character trait we will be focusing on will be Seder / Order.

Tuesday Morning Minyan – Tuesday, April 28th, 8:00 am – note the 8:00 am start time.

Talmud with Rabbi Marc – Wednesday, April 29, 12 pm – Beginners are welcome and this class is open to learners of all levels: you don’t need to be able to read Hebrew to take this class. Talmud is a philosophical, legal, and story-filled Rabbinic conversation that was created and compiled from the first to sixth centuries CE. It is the Oral Torah. It is a commentary on the Bible. It is radical and it is the blueprint of the Jewish mind and spirit.

Wednesday Mincha with Allen Katz – Wednesday, April 29, 2:15 pm – Bonai member Allen Katz will be leading 2:15pm Wednesday virtual Mincha abridged services. All are welcome.

Thursday Morning Minyan, Thursday, April 30th, 7:30 amit’s a special minyan! We will be celebrating Yaniv Goldman’s bar mitzvah!!

Beginner’s Hebrew – Thursday, April 30th, 12:00 pm – This class is designed for learners who have little to no Hebrew. Newcomers welcome!

A Different Derech (Path) of Prayer with Ed Kass – Thursday, April 30th, 1:00 pm – Our traditional liturgy may not fit our spiritual needs. From the Bal Shem Tov to Naomi Levy –many have written beautiful prayers and poetry that can be used as spiritual access points for what we are experiencing. We also will experience how the kavanot, the intentions, of our traditional prayers have been used to make Jewish prayer more personally relevant. Taught by community member Ed Kass. The goal of this class is to help folks start to build their own personal siddur that speaks to and guides them.

Conversational Hebrew – Thursday, April 30th, 6:30 pm – You’ll learn the skills necessary for introductions, ordering at a restaurant, buying things at shops, etc. Newcomers welcome!

First Friday” on a Thursday with David Ilan – Thursday, April 30th, at 7:00 pm – Zoom with us to hear Professor David Ilan speak about his archaeological research in ancient Israel.

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