Tag Archives: Shabbat

Boulder JCC Hosts Family Shabbat in the Park in Louisville

The Boulder JCC will be hosting Family Shabbat in the Park on Friday, August 26. This event will be an in-person, outside event at a park in Louisville. 

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Join Beth Ami Congregation for a Flatirons Vista Shabbat Hike

We are fortunate to live in a community with access to amazing views and hikes for all levels of ability. This relaxed hike on Open Space has a stunning view of the Flatirons and is rated “easy”.  We will enjoy Shabbat with a walk and talk, together with other Beth Ami members and friends.  

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Join Beth Ami Congregation for Our Social Shabbat and BYO Picnic

Enjoy a Summer Social Shabbat and BYO Picnic at a Harlow Platts Picnic Shelter, overlooking lovely Veile Lake. Easy parking -- bring a chair, a blanket, or relax at a picnic table. Beth Ami will provide challah, grape juice and a Shabbat liturgy handout.

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Good Things Ahead with Temple Aaron

Temple Aaron in Trinidad, CO

There’s been more than enough bad news lately, so we are sending some good things your way. Join us at the events below for some doses of goodness in the coming weeks.

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Join Beth Ami Congregation and NCJW for “Repro Shabbat”

Beth Ami Congregation is joining forces with its parent organization, the Society for Humanistic Judaism, and with the National Council of Jewish Women to hold a (virtual) "Repro Shabbat". This is an opportunity to celebrate the critical importance of reproductive health access, reproductive rights, and reproductive justice with friends, family, or other community members.

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Incredible EVENT This Shabbat!

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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.

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Shabbat Service and Pew Jewish Research Study

This Friday, after a brief Shabbat service, we’ll spend time unpacking the newest Pew Research Study of Jewish Americans that was released in May, the SHJ response by Executive Director Paul Golin, and your thoughts.

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