Lisa Webber

Community Wide Scholars-in-Residence Weekend 2/29 – 3/3

The Boulder JCC, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Congregation Har HaShem, Congregation Nevei Kodesh, University of Colorado Program in Jewish Studies are thrilled to bring Shaul Magid and Basya Schechter to Boulder for a weekend of insight and music!

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Should Our Medications Change as We Age?

Community as Family, a supportive group at Har HaShem committed to creating and strengthening meaningful connections for any senior (age 55+) aging alone, will be hosting Dr. Jed Shapiro on Monday, October 23 at 11:00am in the South Building.

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Turning, Becoming, Affirming: A Queer Entry into the Jewish New Year

The Jewish month of Elul is a time of reflection leading up to the High Holy Days. Join us Monday, August 28 for a bit of introspection as we seek to tap into our authentic selves and learn from the experiences of others. Our guest will be Jhos Singer, a professional Jewish educator, community and congregational leader, writer and speaker.

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Open Tent Shabbat at Har HaShem

Experience Shabbat in a multitude of ways at Har HaShem on August 25-26 - learning, praying, singing, being outdoors, and socializing with friends old and new.

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Palisade Peach Sale!

Congregation Har HaShem's Brotherhood is selling sweet Palisade peaches and peach products. Find out more!

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New Chai Life Group for Single Older Adults

Boulder's Jewish community has grown in the last bunch of years with lots of programming and opportunities to match, but one segment of our population was being underserved...single older adults.

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Congregation Har HaShem Joins Mental Health Action Day

To address a global mental health crisis in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and amid the continued struggle of systemic racism, Congregation Har HaShem and more than 900 organizations, brands, government agencies and cultural leaders have signed on to be part of the inaugural Mental Health Action Day on Thursday, May 20 during Mental Health Awareness Month.

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National Refugee Shabbat – March 5-6

On March 5-6, 2021, Congregation Har HaShem will join over 300 congregations nationwide to participate in HIAS’ National Refugee Shabbat, a Shabbat experience dedicated to supporting refugees and asylum seekers.

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