Yom Kippur and Sukkot with 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.

We’d love to meet you!

Kol Nidre Service
Tuesday, October 4th, 7-9PM

Join Nevei Kodesh’s Spiritual Leadership Team, Hazzan Shayndel Adler, Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein, Ba’alat Tefillah Michelle Wolf and our amazing team of lay leaders in our beautiful sanctuary.

This event is in-person at Nevei Kodesh, and on Zoom. To register for this event, please click on the button below.



Yom Kippur Services
October 5th, Click for Details

Yom Kippur begins at sundown ten days after the beginning of the New Year. We gather in community and invite all to pour out their hearts in prayer and supplication. At the outset, we affirm that all are welcome – however far we may have strayed from the path.



Pre-Sukkot Painting Party and Ice Cream Social
Friday, October 7th, 3-5PM Click for Details 

Last year the wind tore through and damaged some of our Sukkah panels, so this year we are planning on adding new splashes of color to our Nevei Sukkah!

Come join master artist Lael Har – our Hebrew and art specialist in the NK Religious School – and Rabbi Diane for a fun afternoon of painting curtains for the sukkah and shmoozing. Then join us Sunday evening, October 9, in our Sukkah for our community-wide potluck to enjoy the fruits of our labor! Treats provided courtesy of NKRS.



Sukkah Construction and Decorating
Sunday, October 9th, 2-5PM
(During religious school class hours)

Please come help put up our beautiful sukkah! We have a permanent wood frame for our sukkah and we have materials in storage. We use bamboo rolls to serve as our roof and we secure the bamboo rolls with zip ties to withstand winds. Next, we hang sheets, cloths and curtains as walls. The ceiling and walls are decorated to celebrate the harvest. Building the sukkah is a ton of fun and we need lots of hands to make it happen!

Thanks for volunteering to create our shared dwelling space!



Erev Sukkot Potluck Gathering and Talent-Sharing
Sunday, October 9th, 5:30-6:30 PM
(Following our next Religious School Sunday class)

Please join us for a Potluck dinner in our Sukkah – use the link below to access the registration form and let us know what dish type you will be bringing.



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