Tag Archives: Shabbat

Reinvented Shabbat Project to ‘Bring Shabbat Home’ in 1,600+ Cities from November 6-7

In a world transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the 7th annual international Shabbat Project is organizing virtual pre-Shabbat events and providing educational materials for an intimate home-based Shabbat experience in more than 1,600 cities and 106 countries from November 6-7.

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Bake Challah Together and Build Community at the Great Big Virtual Challah Bake

Join us from your own kitchen and bake along with others during the Boulder JCC’s Great Big Virtual Challah Bake presented by Women of the J.

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Shabbat Brings Joy to Rocky Mountain Young Adults with OneTable

Whether celebrating alone, dining digitally with a virtual gathering, or at strategically planned socially-distanced dinner, OneTable hosts in Colorado have inhaled Shabbat’s message and are using Friday nights to exhale after weeks filled with waves of uncertainty, virtual meetings that bleed into one another, and an often overwhelming sense of …

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Rabbi Marc’s A Dash of Drash – Smiling Behind a Mask is Episode 107

Today is Lag BaOmer, the 33rd day of counting towards Sinai. As well as bonfires, this is a festival whose themes include the power of the eyes and the mouth.

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20s/30s Shabbat Alone, Together with OneTable

In these very uncertain times, we know that Shabbat can be an anchor. We’re working on ways to bring Shabbat tables together, even while we must remain physically apart.  And while we’ll continue to support local communities in unique ways, these updates are totally digital, and so available to all. …

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Wisdom From the Water

The notion that changing gears after a mistake could be a positive, even beautiful thing seemed like a revelation to me.

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Our Pesky Thoughts

In this week’s Torah portion, Vaera, G-d instructs Moshe and Aharon to confront Pharoah and demand he allow the Israelites to go off and pray. It soon became a high-stakes challenge between G-d's power and Pharaoh's wise men and sorcerers.

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“Bagel, Lox and Torah” Saturdays at Har HaShem

Nothing goes better with Torah Study than bagels, lox, and cream cheese. So if it is a Saturday morning around 9 a.m at Congregation Har HaShem in Boulder, you can find both, and some 30 to 40 interested souls, who are there to chew on it all.

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