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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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Join Judaism Your Way at High Holy Day Services at the Denver Botanic Gardens

Judaism Your Way's signature event brings together thousands of friends at the Denver Botanic Gardens for Rosh Hashanah (Sept. 29 & 30) and Yom Kippur (Oct. 8 & 9) services.

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Adventure Judaism to Offer Free Hebrew Reading Lessons

Thanks to a grant from NJOP, Adventure Judaism's Hebrew Instructor Amber Gitter is offering five weeks of free Hebrew reading lessons for adults who know little or no Hebrew, starting in October.

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D’var Shana: What Climbing a Mountain and Bar Mitzvah Share in Common

Bar Mitzvah Class Climbs Deer Mountain

Avi McGrady participated in Adventure Rabbi's Adventure Bar Mitzvah Class. In this essay, he reflects on how climbing a mountain and making matzah ball soup helped him become a Bar Mitzvah.

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Neige Bein Bat Yisrael

On Saturday, August 31st, 2019, Neige Bein will be called before the congregation as a Bar Yisrael with Adventure Judaism.

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Preparing for the Days of Awe

Congregation Nevei Kodesh offers classes and special events during Elul that will help participants connect to their minds, bodies, and souls in preparation for the Days of Awe.

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A Eulogy for Carl Herbet z”l

“Aizeh hu gibor? Who is strong?” asked Rabbi ben Zoma in Pirkei Avot, “hacoveysh et yiztro, the one who controls his passions.” Carl Herbet was physically strong, streetwise and a tough guy, but his nature was not tough.

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Last 2019 Shabbat On Flagstaff This Friday

Imagine a Shabbat service in an amphitheater overlooking Boulder.  Imagine watching birds overhead catching the thermals, the feeling of a light breeze, the sight of the flatirons jutting up into the sky and a vibrant community joining together in song. Once a month during the summer, about 100 people join the …

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