Shabbaton Featuring Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder February 10-11

The Shabbaton Committee presents:


Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder will be leading us in an intimate Shabbat on February 10th and 11th with warm community spirit, traditional Shabbat services (with mechitzha), learning, song, and all kosher meals. 

Join us to experience a partnership minyan (ritual opportunities for women within traditional framework) offered for the first time in Boulder.

Here are the 3 packages to choose from when signing up. No person will be turned away for reasons of cost.

PACKAGE #1: Friday Night
6pm-10pm: $54 per adult. $18 per kiddo

How we move from normal life to the Cathedral in Time.
Peloton West Community Center
Kosher dinner included

PACKAGE #2: Saturday 
9am-3pm: $36 per adult. $18 per kiddo

Real People, Real Torah: Yitro and the infinitely expansive possibilities inherent in Revelation
Peloton West Community Center
Kiddush/lunch provided by our friends at Falafel King

5-7pm, private adults only 3rd meal: $18 per adult; (3rd meal is included in the cost if PACKAGE #3 is selected)

Peloton Condominium; specific address provided upon RSVP

Malava malka with music and special guest Rav Gavriel

A private residence. Address provided upon RSVP

PACKAGE #3: Includes PACKAGE #1 AND PACKAGE #2: $95

This weekend is being partially funded through the generosity of our very own community members.

Questions? Want to get involved? Contact Avraham or Allen. 

Space is limited. RSVPs will be considered on a first come first served basis.

ABOUT RABBI GOLDFEDER:  R. Gavriel received his semikhah from Bat Ayin Yeshiva. He served as the Rabbi for Kehilath Aish Kodesh here in town for 10 years before accepting a position as Rabbi for the Hillel community at MIT. Gavriel’s ties to many people in the Boulder community remain strong. His time here helped him develop a unique voice in Torah teaching and writing, enabling him to create and facilitate a wide array of offerings to connect Jews of all stripes to their tradition and its wisdom. With this mission and passion in mind, Gavriel has written four books (and helped others publish theirs), writes several weekly blogs, learns with many post-bar mitzvah teens, and teaches in the Jewish studies department at Gann Academy outside of Boston.

Looking forward to our time together!

The Shabbaton Committee:

Avraham Kornfeld (303 946 7587)
Allen Katz (224-688-9749)
Bryan Goldfeder (no relation)
Jay Schwartz
Kalman Sweetwine
Simon Lowe
Stacey Aviva Flint 
Yael Goldfeder (no relation)

About Gary Kornfeld

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