Slichot and High Holy Days at Nevei Kodesh

Nevei Kodesh – an Oasis of Holiness – is a warm and welcoming Jewish Renewal community in Boulder, CO. Whether you are looking for a Jewish spiritual path; emotionally transformative musical services; classes in Torah, Kabbalah or Jewish meditation; a “whole person” Jewish education for your child; a life-cycle celebration, or a place to find great community, come visit or give us a call.

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THIS SATURDAY: Join Us For Slichot

Saturday, September 17, 8-9:15PM

For many Jews, the High Holy Day season begins with Rosh HaShanah and the start of the new month of Tishrei. Jewish tradition, however, teaches that the preceding month of Elul is supportive time for soul-searching and reflection as we prepare ourselves to begin a new year with clarity, intention and open-hearted curiosity.

Join Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein and Hazzan Shayndel Adler for a Slichot Service on Zoom (after sundown) to tune in to the melodies and themes of the High Holy Days. Come deepen your connection to your self, to others and to God.

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Join us for the High Holy Days

Over the last few months we have been creating a delightful program for this holiday season, and we wish you can join us in connecting, learning, praying, and rooting ourselves in the divine.


Rosh Hashanah Services will be held on September 25th, 26th, and 27th. Please visit this page for details on times.


Yom Kippur services will be on October 4th (Kol Nidre), and October 5th. The program for the 5th runs from 9am to 7:15pm. More details here.


For Sukkot we’ll be gathering on October 9th, 2-5pm to build and decorate the Sukkah. We’ll be gathering for Erev Sukkot and a Potluck right after, from 5-7pm.


Our last High Holy Day services will be Yizkor (Sh’mini Atzeret) & Simchat Torah, which will be taking place on October 17th.



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