Get to Know Har HaShem This Fall

Yom Har HaShem – Har HaShem Day – is an opportunity to get to know Boulder’s Reform congregation. This year, Yom Har HaShem falls on Sunday, September 18 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.

Bring your family and visit with friends, old and new. Join us for BBQ lunch and games. We’ll have vegetarian and gluten-free options available; the entire lunch will be dairy-free.

Get a chance to learn about different groups within the synagogue, like our social action committee, inclusion committee, Women of Har HaShem, brotherhood, etc. Meet our clergy, staff, and lay leaders. Find out how we’re working to improve life in and around Boulder. Celebrate the end of summer! Kindly RSVP here if you plan to attend.

High Holy Days

We couldn’t be happier to welcome the High Holy Days with you! Attend in person outdoors at Har HaShem or online from the comfort of a remote location. We look forward to seeing you, hearing you, celebrating with you, and marking the start of a new year of meaning and memories. Find all information, including our schedule of services, here.

Services for preschool and school-age families are FREE and open to everyone in the community, with an advance reservation. Reserve your seats here.

As usual, Har HaShem will be having a High Holy Day food drive. Over the last decade, Har HaShem members and friends have donated almost 50,000 meals to those who do not choose to fast! This year we will collect bags of non-perishable, non-expired food at Har HaShem on Yom Kippur. You may also contribute to our local food drive online.

It’s time to renew our commitment to community…join us this fall!

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