We are gearing up to Shavuot, the holiday of the Giving of the Torah, Thursday night May 25th through Saturday night, May 27th. Join us!Read More »
RSVP Now for Sunday Women’s Brunch and Learn and Workshop!
Participate in a workshop with a guest speaker from Safed, Israel city of Kabbala on the topic: "Seven secrets to life and pleasure." This is part of the bi-weekly series of Brunch and Learn for Women that are hosted by Boulder Center for Judaism.Read More »
The Jewish View of Death and Burial, Presented by BCJ and BJCC
On Thursday, February 16th, we invite you to join us for an unexpectedly upbeat event that will demystify this important subject.Read More »
Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville
Boulder County Jews again showed their flexibility as a good crowd showed up two nights "early" at Winterskate in Louisville for a rescheduled "Chanukah on Ice" Tuesday night.Read More »
RSVP for Chanukah Friday Night December 23
Chanukah Friday night is a magical time..it is a wonderful time to sit together with family and friends and enjoy a delicious Shabbos meal together.Read More »
4 Questions for 2022’s Pearl Street Lamplighter Ira Greschler
Every year, the Boulder County Center for Judaism selects a member of the Boulder Jewish community whose volunteer work has lifted our community in important ways for the honor of lighting the Pearl Street Menorah at our annual menorah lighting event (Monday, December 19).Read More »
New Monthly Program in Honor of the Year of Hakhel
In the Torah there was a special Mitzvah in the year following the Sabbatical year of all men, women and children and even babies to gather in the temple and to hear the King read from the Torah to them. This is that year.Read More »
End the Holiday Season on a High Note!
Don’t miss out on the fun - join us at Boulder Center for Judaism on Monday October 17th and bring your dancing shoes along for a night of Spirited dancing, and plenty of spirits as well!Read More »
Experience Yom Kippur with Boulder Center for Judaism
Services are not only about prayers and rituals but about celebrating Judaism as a dynamic and enriching community experience harmoniously shared by Jews of any and all backgrounds.Read More »
Ten Talks, 10 Bright Ideas on the 10 Commandments..
Shavuot begins this Saturday night, June 4. There is a Kabbalah-based custom to remain awake the first night of Shavuot, studying Torah. Get ready to pull an all-nighter.Read More »
Pray for Peace in Ukraine
We pray for the safety of our Jewish brethren in Ukraine along with all people in the affected areas.Read More »
Next Women’s Brunch and Learn This Sunday, February 13
Get answers to all your questions. Explore daily lessons of the Parshah with like-minded women. Chany Scheiner of the Boulder Center for Judaism is offering an intriguing Torah class for women, and the next session is this Sunday.Read More »
Shabbat Dinner Friday Night December 24!
We warmly welcome you to cap your week with a magical Friday Night Out with the Boulder Center for Judaism.Read More »
Louisville Celebrates Chanukah on Ice
On Tuesday night, November 30, 2021, the Jewish community gathered at Winterskate in Louisville to celebrate the third night of Chanukah, in person, for the first time since 2019. A local business owner with deep ties to the Boulder Jewish Community, Joey Gindi, served as Lamplighter, and Rabbi Pesach Scheiner …Read More »
New Local Boulder Torah Whatsapp Group Forming
Boulder County Center for Judaism has started a WhatsApp group where we will post audio and printed material for the daily portion. You can also share your thoughts and questions with this group.Read More »
Soup in the Sukkah, This Sunday Night!
Join Boulder Center for Judaism this Sunday, September 26, for our annual Women’s program, “Soup in the Sukkah.”Read More »
Time to Order Lulav and Etrog Sets
The Boulder County Center for Judaism wants to make sure you have your Lulav and Etrog before it’s too late.Read More »
Mark the New Year with the New Jewish Art Calendar
Are you looking for a beautiful Jewish Art Calendar to hang on your wall chock full of Jewish information, local candle lighting times and holiday dates and information?Read More »
Are You Hungry for Some “Nosh for the Soul”?
Boulder Center for Judaism published a full color magazine filled with Jewish content and information for the High Holidays. Get your free copy today!Read More »
Incredible EVENT This Shabbat!
Boulder Center for Judaism would like to inform you that Rabbi YY Jacobson of theYeshiva.net will be joining us this Shabbat for services and an authentic Farbrengen and Shabbat meal in honor of Shabbat Nachamu and the holiday of the 15th day of Av.Read More »
Tisha B’Av in a Nutshell
Tisha B'av, the saddest day in Jewish history, the day that both Temples were destroyed, starts this Saturday night, July 17, beginning at 8:27 pm.Read More »
Four Questions for Rachel Goldbaum – Sacred and Sensual
Boulder Center for Judaism is proud to announce a virtual class on the topic of the “Sacred and Sensual” given by Rochel Goldbaum of Denver, CO on Thursday, June 10. This is the second in a series of three classes on “Nurturing the Knot.”Read More »
It Happened 3,333 Years Ago, Re-Live It – Covid Safe
Celebrate Shavuot and hear the Ten COMMANDMENTS just like we did at Mount Sinai!Read More »
RSVP Now for Boulder’s Socially Distanced Outdoor Lag BBQ
Boulder Center for Judaism is providing a fun Lag B'Omer program on Thursday night, April 29th with bbq choices for the entire family.Read More »
Dayenu to Pain
We are all shaken and devastated by the tragic and senseless murder spree which took place in our hometown. May G-d grant comfort and healing to the families of the slain, and to the entire Boulder community.Read More »