Shavuot

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.

Read More »

Craving Eternity

two people on mountain cliff

The Omer helps navigate the unknown terrain between Pesach and Shavuot, which is why it may be both an exciting and daunting time. We are meant to ascend, both temporally and inwardly, the space between being in Egypt and arriving at Mount Sinai.

Read More »

A Shavuot Revelation

Shavuot is a mysterious holiday. This commemoration of receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai isn’t given a specific date for its celebration; instead we are told in the Book of Exodus to schedule it seven weeks from the second night of Passover.

Read More »

Celebrate Shavuot with the Boulder JCC

The holiday of Shavuot begins the evening of May 16 and ends on the evening of May 18. Shavuot is the Hebrew word for “weeks” because the holiday occurs seven weeks after Passover.

Read More »

Shavuot Videos for Kids

Ori Korngold teaches children to make an easy no-bake cheesecake, create a Shavuot craft, and hike up "Mt. Sinai. " Sadie Korngold reads the Shavuot favorite story, "Sadie and the Big Mountain."

Read More »

Shavuot To Go!

With you in mind, we are preparing a Shavuos Kit to go for adults and a special educational Shavuos "Tool Kit" for children.

Read More »