Beth Ami Presents Havdalah + Welcome Blanket Mitzvah Project

Saturday, January 20 | 3:00 – 4:30 PM MT | Boulder Public Library – Meadows Branch

After a brief Havdalah ceremony, we’ll say so long to Shabbat and welcome the new week with a hands-on Mitzvah Project for HomeAhead, a new, local, non-profit, that helps provide furnishings for those moving into new housing – see  https://www.homeahead.net/.

Join this Mitzvah Project by creating and packaging blankets, as we work together in community. All ages welcome!

Bring your own blanket-making supplies or use what is provided. If you’d like, knit or crochet 8″ squares in advance to be pieced together. Otherwise, come by and we’ll show you how to fleece and fringe a blanket. You are also welcome to bring your own blanket(s) to donate.

It is all about being a caring community!

Click the “Attend” button on our Meetup Event Page, so we know you are coming. The library’s address is 4800 Baseline Rd in Boulder.

Beth Ami Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism is the only Humanistic Jewish congregation in Colorado and is a proud affiliate of the Society for Humanistic Judaism. We celebrate Jewish holidays, learning and life cycle events through the secular lens of history, culture, and reason. We believe in the human capacity to create a better world without supernatural intervention.

Beth Ami is a welcoming community where we connect to Jewish past, celebrate Jewish present and link to Jewish future through a humanistic philosophy. We encourage anyone interested in learning about Humanistic Judaism to attend this and all our events.

Let’s do Jewish together – Humanistically!

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