Stacey Rosenbaum

The Rabbinic Council of Boulder Offers Prayers And Asks For Your Help In The Wake Of Terrorist Attacks In Israel

The Rabbinic Council of Boulder Offers Prayers And Asks For Your Help In The Wake Of Terrorist Attacks In Israel

In light of the horrific attacks and acts of terrorism perpetrated by Hamas, we reach out offering community and accompaniment. Our hearts are with you. Please join us October 11 at 6pm at Congregation Har HaShem for a community-wide vigil.

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Celebrate Shavuot 2023: Foundations of Righteous, Justice & Law

Celebrate Shavuot 2023: Foundations of Righteous, Justice & Law

Join Haver, the Rabbinic Council of Boulder, in celebrating SHAVUOT 2023! This year's carefully cultivated theme, "Foundations of Righteousness, Justice & Law," provides an opportunity to study with Boulder rabbis and learn from community activists.

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The Rabbinic Council Of Boulder Aligns With Israeli Protesters Against Judicial Reform

The Rabbinic Council Of Boulder Aligns With Israeli Protesters Against Judicial Reform

There is a fight going on right now in Israel over boundaries – not the kind meant to keep people separated, but the kind meant to keep the government separated. In Israel, the only real checks and balances of government are between the Judicial branch and parliament.

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The Rabbinic Council of Boulder Speaks Out Against Hate Crime, Gun Violence And Intolerance Following The Mass Shooting In Colorado Springs

The Rabbinic Council of Boulder Speaks Out Against Hate Crime, Gun Violence And Intolerance Following The Mass Shooting In Colorado Springs

As members of Haver, the Rabbinic Council of Boulder, we are enraged and deeply saddened by Saturday night’s shooting by a 22-year-old at an LBGTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.

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Of Tzedek and Hate Crimes: Boulder Haver Stands with NY & CA

Of Tzedek and Hate Crimes: Boulder Haver Stands with NY & CA

We stand together in support and mourning of two deadly mass shootings that occurred over the weekend and are being investigated as hate crimes: one at a Buffalo, NY supermarket in a predominantly Black neighborhood, the other at Taiwanese church in Laguna Woods, CA. 

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Haver Calls For Action In Support Of Uyghurs In China

Haver Calls For Action In Support Of Uyghurs In China

Once again, we find ourselves called to action to speak out against genocide, religious persecution, and human rights offenses. The plight of the Uyghur Muslims in China is one of the most abominable crises affecting our world today.

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A YEAR OF COVID-19: Blessings and Loss

A YEAR OF COVID-19: Blessings and Loss

In response to seeing so many people suffer on so many levels, the rabbis of Haver have decided to mark the one-year anniversary of Covid-19 in Boulder with a special program on Sunday March 14th that acknowledges those losses but also offers hope and a path toward healing.

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Haver Stands in Unity and Mourning with the Family, Friends and Community of George Floyd

Haver Stands in Unity and Mourning with the Family, Friends and Community of George Floyd

We are grieving not just for George Floyd, Tony McDade, Sean Reed, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor but for the many unnamed victims of police brutality, racial profiling, and excessive force.

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An Appeal for Help This Passover

An Appeal for Help This Passover

Why is this year different from all others? This year we are all facing a global plague that has forced us into a desert of social isolation, void of human contact, and for some, basic needs.

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A Boulder Guide to High Holiday Services

A Boulder Guide to High Holiday Services

Boulder has many options for its diversified Jewish community. Here’s a quick synopsis – in alphabetical order – of some of the services and denominations in Boulder to help you find a good fit.

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