Jewish Life

Alayna Burger Bat Mitzvah

Alayna Burger will celebrate her B-Mitzvah with Beth Ami-Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

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Educators: Learn about The Legacy of the St. Louis

The Colorado Holocaust Educators have announced their fall training geared for middle and high school teachers. Due to the webinar nature of the program, educators from across the United States are invited to attend. The program is also open to non-educators interested in the topic.

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The Mobile Sukkah Comes to Boulder County

This year to accommodate those choosing to stay home due to health fears, Boulder County Center for Judaism decided to build a Mobile Sukkah, bringing holiday joy to Boulder County's Jews.

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PJ Library Offers Free Sukkot & Simchat Torah Fun for the Family

Why do we blow a shofar?  What should we do in between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur?  When do we sit in the sukkah?  The answers to these questions – and much, much more – can be found in “A Time to Grow: A PJ Library Family Guide to the Fall Holidays”, a beautiful, free resource to help Jewish families.

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Sukkot: My Sukkah’s on Fire

During the Sukkot holiday, the Pico-Robertson neighborhood of Los Angeles erupts in joyful celebration. Our forty-plus kosher restaurants all have sukkot attached. There’s a sukkah on top of Ralph’s supermarket. One could conceivably sukkah hop to a different hut every five minutes and not exhaust the inventory.

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The Jewish Experience: A New Brandeis University Website

Introducing Brandeis University's new website, The Jewish Experience, devoted to exploring Jewish history, culture and traditions, all informed by the knowledge and experience of Brandeis faculty, researchers, alumni and students.

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Ready For Something New? Experience Yom Kippur Humanistically!

The Beth Ami – Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism community will observe Yom Kippur LIVE under the leadership of our madrikha (leader), Sheila Malcolm. We will gather together at the Martin Park Picnic Shelter, near Table Mesa & Broadway in Boulder.

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Want a 21st Century Rosh Hashanah Challenge? Ask Robo Rabbi

The fundamental goal of the project is to help guide our participants in being their best selves and giving back during the Ten Days of Repentance, which is accomplished through completion of Robo Rabbi's 10 daily challenges that encourage such behavior.

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Shofar in the Park – Alternative Rosh Hashanah Celebration

To accommodate those who would otherwise not participate in formal Rosh Hashanah synagogue services, Rabbi Scheiner of Boulder Center for Judaism is promoting a brief, open to all, Rosh Hashanah ceremony that includes the primary observances of the holiday. There will be a special activity for kids and a small holiday gift takeaway.

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