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Join the community for Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month (JDAIM) in February! The synagogues and community organizations that are part of our Jewish Disabilities Advocates (JDA) program have a great line-up of programs and services that focus on chronic health conditions and pain. Check out the offerings and plan to attend as many as you can.

Thank you to these JDA partners and participating organizations: Congregation Har HaShem Hillel of Colorado B'nai Havurah Congregation Bonai Shalom Congregation Rodef Shalom Judaism Your Way JCC Denver Temple Sinai of Denver, Colorado Temple Emanuel Denver
This is the 2nd night of Hanukkah, reminding us that one light kindles many, without losing any essence or strength. Today we're adding light to our many partners in the Jewish community who have committed to addressing the climate crisis. Together, we can respond, and thrive, even in darkening times. As Reb Zalman, z'l, said, "The only way we're going to get it together, is together. " May our light add to yours.

If you'd like to support this work, donate at www.ekarfarm.org/donate

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#SealOfSustainability
Calling all men in their 40's, 50's and 60's...
BeShareIt, Denver's one and only non-profit Jewish singles social club and matchmaking is looking for SINGLE men in their 40's, 50's and 60's to join us at our event on August 26th.

Please register via the info under "tickets" in the event below.

We have extended registration through Monday night for this specific demographic.

Our spots for women of all ages are FULL.

https://fb.me/e/gwJNo0gLJ

(p.s., the "going" RSVP on the FB event page is not accurate)
Dr. Kathy Schwartz ‘94, Associate Director of the School of Education’s EMA program and Director of Lifelong Learning at Congregation Har HaShem spent her summer as faculty working at URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute OSRUI. She worked in Moshavah, a unique unit in which the chanichim (campers) take trips out of camp into the Wisconsin wilderness.

She had some amazing and meaningful experiences and we’d like to share a couple of them with you! We want to hear about your transformative camp experiences as a camper, staff member, or even parent! Comment below after reading about Kathy’s!

1️⃣When I asked the campers to recap their tiyulim (trips), they spoke of the beauty of the teva (nature) around them, but also of how they learned to advocate for themselves, to support their friends, and to persevere even when they were tired and didn’t think they could walk, paddle or bike one more mile. They spoke of someone on their tiyul (trip) cheering them on, relieving them of carrying the heavy group water, or of counselors believing in them or singing songs to distract them from the hard moments.
2️⃣I gave one of the teens from my congregation the opportunity to read Torah at camp in front of all her peers and counselors. She reminded me it was her first time reading from the Torah scroll as her bat mitzvah was one of the first ones at the onset of the pandemic shutdown. She was so moved by the experience at camp that she wrote to not only her parents but her aunt about it. My training at HUC-JIR’s SOE enabled me to see that opportunity, guide her, and enable her to feel the magic of that special moment that never came to be during her Covid Bat Mitzvah.

My time as a student at the SOE and continued connection as an alum has enabled me to craft these powerful moments of reflection. I was proud to be part of the individual and collective growth that is the magic of camp and helping the campers recognize it as part of their Judaism. The chanichim recounted how during their time on and off camp they practiced kavod (respect) by honoring your canoe partner’s need to take a paddling break, even when you were anxious to keep going, or honoring your own body by drinking enough water while hiking. They also spoke of deeper moments that can only happen in the intense experience that is camp: gratitude for counselors encouraging them to respect themselves by having body positivity and learning how to practice chesed (kindness) while living in a tent (or cabin) with 14 other campers after a year of isolation. They practiced ometz (perseverance) by making it to the end of the river quickly to beat a storm, not allowing their anxiety to overcome their trip experience or expressing pride in completing a bike trip with little skill or experience. They found an inner strength and confidence that could only come from this time away, off screens and, in their words, not being caught up in taking photos for Snapchat or trying to be someone else to fit in. Through their practice of derech eretz (community mindedness), they created a time and space when they could be themselves and live in the moment that has been so absent in the last year and a half of their lives. This magic of being a Jewish educator is in crafting and witnessing these moments.

Do you want to be a Jewish Educator? Learn about the SOE programs HUC has to offer: huc.edu/academics/become-leader-in-jewish-education
Five weeks from today! Five weeks from today!

What happens?

Our fabulous Jewish Women's choir, Kol Nashim, is back in person with choir rehearsals.

The best part? There is NO audition. We rehearse on Thursday nights, beginning August 26.

If you love to sing, love multi-language songs, or just plain want to get out and mingle musically with your fellow hamishe Coloradan women (of all ages), Kol Nashim is for you.

For more information, please see:

https://www.coloradohebrewchorale.org/about-us/kol-nashim/

Questions: Post here, PM me, or contact Leah Peer.
Please help if you can friends! "Give to the needy readily and have no regrets when you do so, for in return the Eternal will bless you in all your efforts and in all your undertakings." Deuteronomy 15:10

Congregation Har HaShem please help me understand why you haven’t put out a public statement supporting Israel’s right to exist, condemning the actions of Hamas against Israeli citizens.

Multiple anti Semitic attacks have occurred across the USA this week alone against Jewish people yet your congregation has been silent.

Help me understand where the gap is — or guide me to your public announcement of support for the State of Israel.
Did you miss Mardi Moore joining Congregation Har HaShem last week for Out Boulder: Education and Advocacy for the Transgender Community? You can watch the event below!
The Table Mesa Shopping Center is ordinarily a hub of activity. But since March 22's shooting at the King Soopers grocery store that killed a police officer and nine others, the small strip of stores has been fenced off as a crime scene, its chain-link barrier turned into a memorial for the victims.

Since Monday’s attack, reeling Boulderites, many representing the city’s diverse faith communities, have congregated along the road to pay their respects in such numbers that the city blocked off a lane of traffic to accommodate them.

"Help us to not hide from the world, to face the chaos. Help us to be incapable of indifference, help us to be impatient with injustice,” Rabbi Fred Greene of Congregation Har HaShem shared in his vigil.

“Spirit of justice, as we leave this place help us find our voice,” Pastor Randy Spaulding of Boulder Mennonite Church said. “May we turn from the worship of power, may we have the courage to confront our false gods and to protest the needless deaths caused by gun violence. May we rise above our dread that nothing can be done and have the conviction to advocate for real, lasting change.”

#FaithCounts #Faith
“These past 24 hours after the murderous rampage in Boulder CO, I have been cycling through the perspectives of all Four Children.” Rabbi Ruthie Gelfarb at Boulder’s Congregation Har HaShem and a retired Navy Chaplain.
The HUC community is filled with sadness over the loss of ten lives in another horrific mass shooting. We stand in solidarity with the Boulder community and pray for the victims’ families and loved ones. We recognize that an end to violence requires more than prayer and we call on leaders and members of the Reform Movement to advocate for what can save future innocent lives.

Rabbi Fred Greene ’01 of Congregation Har HaShem in Boulder shared yesterday, “I know that we are feeling shock, fear, anger and so much more. I am sorry that as people were beginning to feel hopeful for vaccines and a new beginning, another act of violence has shaken our community…We are thinking of you who go to that area to shop. We are praying for the healing of those who are experiencing fear and trauma. We are grateful to those first responders who go into danger to keep us safe. And we are mourning the loss of life, those who are not yet named, including a Boulder Police Officer.”

Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson ’97 of Congregation Emanu-El of New York City wrote this morning, “How does the argument for gun control play out in Jewish law? While rabbinic rulings drawn from the book of Exodus do allow for citizens to be adequately armed in their own defense, civil legislation in Deuteronomy prioritizes public safety, with the Talmud and subsequent legal codes demanding that any threats to public safety be removed, and even that circumstances causing the public to fear for its safety be similarly eliminated. The Talmud further prohibits the distribution of weapons to those who would resell them to criminals. So extend these very specific halachot to contemporary circumstances and one derives our tradition’s clear call for stricter gun legislation.”

The Boulder Jewish community is gathering online tonight at 7pm. Registration can be found here: https://boulderjcc.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xWTI4XTWTEKnUz8Aa6jMow

www.harhashem.org

Operating as usual

Photos from Central Conference of American Rabbis's post 05/04/2022

Photos from Central Conference of American Rabbis's post

Reproductive Health and Rights 05/03/2022

Reproductive Health and Rights

From Rabbi Fred Greene:
I am deeply concerned for the rights of the women, trans men, and non-binary individuals of our country.
I am worried about individuals who are vulnerable and don't have access to safe reproductive healthcare.
I am worried about lives that will be lost.

If you want to understand why the Jewish community advocates for reproductive justice, visit and support our partners at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW). You can read about our Reform Jewish community's commitments here: https://rac.org/issues/reproductive-health-and-rights

This isn't about politics. It is about human life, human dignity, bodily autonomy, and freedom of religion.

If your congregation can support you, we will always do our best to try.

Reproductive Health and Rights The Reform Movement's positions on reproductive rights are grounded in the core belief that each person should have agency and autonomy over their own bodies. Our advocacy around abortion access is inspired by the Jewish value of kavod ha’briyot, respect for individual dignity. This same sanctity ...

05/02/2022

This should be a remarkable opportunity. Hope you will consider joining!

Photos from Congregation Har HaShem's post 04/30/2022

Shabbat Shalom from the Middle School Retreat! Our kids are having a great time being together and celebrating Shabbat in the mountains.

Photos from Congregation Har HaShem's post 04/28/2022

Ethan and Katherine are getting ready for the middle school retreat. Just another day at Har HaShem!

Mobile uploads 04/14/2022

Chag Sameach! Wishing you a sweet, happy, liberating Pesach/Passover!

Hi Everyone,

Passover starts at sundown tomorrow night, and instead of sharing a Torah illumination this week, I wanted to share the prayer I wrote for Passover this year.

A Prayer for Passover

©Joanne Fink 2022/5782

As we gather around the Seder table, may each of us find meaning & purpose in retelling the age-old story of the Exodus from Egypt.

As we journey from bondage to redemption, may we each appreciate that the Haggadah holds more than history; it is a tangible connection to our heritage.

Aren't we all wanderers in the desert? Don't we all yearn to be part of something greater than ourselves? How do we find connection? How do we hold on to hope? How do we let go of whatever is holding us back?

WHY IS THIS NIGHT DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER NIGHTS?

This night is different because we are here, together, having made the commitment to remember and recount. May we be fully present and open to the mysteries about to unfold.

ON THIS NIGHT

may our souls cry out against indifference, injustice and inequality, and may we be inspired to work towards understanding and enlightenment.

ON THIS NIGHT

may our hearts grow in hope and compassion, and may we find the courage and ability to bring freedom to those enslaved and hope to those who are suffering.

ON THIS NIGHT

may we feel a connection to community and each other, and may everything we say and do be a reflection of our best selves.

ON THIS NIGHT

may we discover that LOVE is the answer; LOVE IS ALWAYS THE ANSWER and may that discovery fill our hearts, our homes and our world with peace.

As always, you are welcome to share (with attribution, please!). Feel free to DM me if you want the Visual T'filah version (which is two slides).

Wishing you and your loved ones a meaningful, inspiring and connective holiday.

Chag Pesach Sameach,

Joanne

Photos from Congregation Har HaShem's post 04/10/2022

Our 7th grade derech class took it out on the road today, helping out at the Boulder JCC farm!

04/08/2022

Our hearts are heavy with the news of another act of terrorism in Israel, this time a shooting in Tel Aviv. We mourn the innocent people killed and continue to work toward an Israel that is safe for all who live there and all who love this land.

04/08/2022

Coalition in Crisis: Making sense of Israeli Politics Today!

Friday, April 8th at 10:30am ET/ 7:30am PT

Join us for the latest analysis with Allison Kaplan Sommer, senior writer at Haaretz, and Rabbi Josh Weinberg, VP of Israel and Reform Zionism, URJ.

Register here: https://urj.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAkfuCspj0tEt3RiVpranfZNlkC3s2JUEL4

Join us on Zoom or watch the live stream on ARZA's page:
https://www.facebook.com/ARZAUS

04/07/2022

We are horrified and heartbroken by the terrorist shooting in Tel Aviv tonight. We will continue to pray for peace today and every day in light of increased violence and terrorism in Israel and against war and hate mongering in general.

We extend our deepest wishes for comfort and healing to the injured and those mourning the dead.

Timeline photos 04/07/2022

Mazal Tov, Melinda. What a lovely honor and you are a great model for us! May you go from strength to strength!

Our next face in the Lion of Judah tribute series is Melinda Kassen, who has been a lion for almost a decade. She was first inspired to join by her mother and grandmother, who frequently donated individually and as a pair. “Giving Jewishly has always been part of my family and important to me,” says Kassen. “My family taught me the importance of Tzedakah, not only in the Jewish community, but in the broader community as well. I was also taught the importance of women’s participation in the community, as workers and as leaders. We believe that giving back isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s a sacred obligation.” Show Melinda some love! 💙🦁💪

Photos from URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute OSRUI's post 04/06/2022

Ethan is looking forward to being at OSRUI with all of our campers this summer!

04/04/2022

Passover is coming!
ReformJudaism.org is helping us with some great resources. You can start here: https://reformjudaism.org/jewish-holidays/passover/our-story-your-table

People, stories, food – that’s what makes a celebration. Whether it’s your 1st or 50th seder, our free digital recipe book will provide inspiration from around the world. Download it today and you could win a $100 meal kit gift card. (Link in bio.)

04/02/2022

Michael Twitty is a wonderful chef and historian who lifts up his Jewish and African-American identities for all to learn. This should be a great learning!

See you at the presentation by culinary historian and James Beard Award-winning writer Michael W. Twitty.

Monday, April 4, 5:30-7:00 pm (MST).

Don't forget to register for the event -https://www.eventbrite.com/e/michael-w-twitty-tickets-294743625117?fbclid=IwAR2g1y-dT0ag-m3KbhYlCMKjqfcXIQwJu3USRCaKhp1KwywA8ZNXv-VM580

Yafeh (Beautiful): The Carole King Purim Shpiel, 2022 03/18/2022

Yafeh (Beautiful): The Carole King Purim Shpiel, 2022

Purim! Because of a brief neighborhood power outage, our streaming and YouTube went down. But we have this cell-phone video of the shpiel (but not the service and Megillah reading that preceded it). Enjoy! So much love and gratitude to so many folx who worked to make this unforgettable, emotional, and beautiful.

Yafeh (Beautiful): The Carole King Purim Shpiel, 2022 March 16, 2022

Photos from Congregation Har HaShem's post 03/13/2022

Our 7th grade Derech class did a great job volunteering at the Community Purim Festival today at the Boulder JCC !

Photos from Congregation Har HaShem's post 03/10/2022

Wednesdays are busy at Har HaShem! Our 6th graders shared their creative interpretations of Torah, experiences trying out mitzvot, and rewrote prayers in their own words. And before our Confirmands worked on lobbying presentions, they made hamentaschen to get in the Purim mood!

Webinar Registration - Zoom 03/09/2022

Webinar Registration - Zoom

You are invited to join the White House, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, and Colorado community partners -- including Rabbi Fred Greene -- for a special Building a Better America event on President Biden’s priorities for Colorado families and communities. This post-State of the Union event will take place at 2pm MT on Wednesday, March 9th. It will feature a discussion of the concrete ways President Biden’s year two agenda will impact individuals and families in Colorado, while also providing attendees a chance to share with the White House the issues most important to their communities. You can RSVP here, and all are welcome!

Webinar Registration - Zoom

03/08/2022

Our OSRUI campers can't wait to see all of the new updates to camp this year!

There are lots of great new things to see and do at camp! Check out this article to read more about what you'll see this summer or during a weekend at our Retreat Center.

https://www.jewishchronicle.org/2022/03/03/osrui-summer-camp-has-invested-more-than-6-million-into-its-facilities-over-four-years/

Webinar Registration - Zoom 03/08/2022

Webinar Registration - Zoom

You are invited to join the White House and Colorado community partners for a special Building a Better America event on President Biden’s priorities for Colorado families and communities. Our Rabbi, Fred Greene, will be one of the presenters!

This post-State of the Union event will take place at 2pm MT on Wednesday, March 9th. It will feature a discussion of the concrete ways President Biden’s year two agenda will impact individuals and families in Colorado, while also providing attendees a chance to share with the White House the issues most important to their communities. You can RSVP here, and all are welcome! https://pitc.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_azkV9LMGTDSJv05K6ud9jw

Webinar Registration - Zoom

03/06/2022

Amen

Hi Everyone,
I illustrated my most recent prayer and wanted to share it with you.

Prayer for Peace
©Joanne Fink, 2022

We pray for Ukraine and the safety and security of its citizens.
Bless those fighting to protect their homeland
with resources, courage, determination, and strength.

We pray for the refugees evacuating their homes.
Watch over them on their journey, provide for their needs,
and enable them to return swiftly to Ukraine.

We pray for the Russians protesting this invasion.
May their voices be heard and magnified,
and help bring an end to the conflict.

We pray for the countries offering humanitarian aid.
Bless them with abundant resources
to feed, clothe and shelter the refugees.

We pray for our world leaders determining history.
Bless them with wisdom, clarity, and unity
and enable them to act decisively for the greater good.

We pray for those who are suffering, grieving and afraid.
Bless them with hope and healing, comfort and connection,
and the knowledge that they are not alone.

We pray for our broken world, and the people in it.
Bless us with the ability to work together
to usher in an era of abiding peace.

As always, you are welcome to share (with attribution, please).

Shavua Tov,
Joanne

Timeline photos 03/02/2022

Another great Program:
Session 1* Creating Safe & Affirming Spaces for Our Grandchildren: Addressing Racism, Transphobia, and Lack of Disabilities Inclusion in Our Communities with Yolanda Savage-Narva (she/her), URJ Director, Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) and Rachel Hall (she/her), URJ REDI Program Manager.

See below

Join us for a two-part series by the Union for Reform Judaism, Jewish Grandparents Network, and Keshet to support you in providing affirming spaces for gender-expansive, non-binary, and transgender young people.

These sessions will provide us with foundational knowledge, shared language, and inclusive practices so that we can better demonstrate our unconditional love and support for the important young people in our lives. Join us for a two-part series by the Union for Reform Judaism, Jewish Grandparents Network, and Keshet to support you in providing affirming spaces for gender-expansive, non-binary, and transgender young people.

Tuesday, March 15, 7-8:30 PM ET *Session 1* Creating Safe & Affirming Spaces for Our Grandchildren: Addressing Racism, Transphobia, and Lack of Disabilities Inclusion in Our Communities with Yolanda Savage-Narva (she/her), URJ Director, Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) and Rachel Hall (she/her), URJ REDI Program Manager.

Register here:

https://fal.cn/3mByi

Photos from World Union for Progressive Judaism • WUPJ's post 03/01/2022

Our Reform Jewish partners in Europe need our help!

02/24/2022

לא ישא גוי אל גוי חרב, ולא ילמדו עוד מלחמה

A nation shall not lift up sword against nation, it shall not learn war any more.

We extend our prayers for the safety of members, rabbis, and leaders of Progressive congregations in Ukraine as part of the World Union for Progressive Judaism • WUPJ. And we extend our hope for safety to the innocent souls in Ukraine and the Region.

The World Union has opened a Ukraine Crisis Fund to support individuals and communities in Ukraine, click here to donate via the WUPJ.

In the light of the Russian attack on Ukraine, the World Union for Progressive Judaism launches the Ukraine Crisis Fund. We ask people from all over the world to make donations towards the support of the Ukrainian Jewish community.

Make a donation today:
wupj.org/give/ukraine

02/23/2022

This summer, deepen your child's relationship with Judaism at OSRUI! They'll be joined by Ethan, Katherine, and more than two dozen other Har HaShem campers! Have questions? Reach out to Ethan!

Opening Day is only a hop, slip, and a slide away! Register for Summer 2022 today!

Photos from NFTY MV | Missouri Valley Region's post 02/23/2022

Our BTYers had a great time this weekend at NFTY-MV Winter Chavurah hosted by United Hebrew Congregation in St. Louis. Check out the photos below!

02/12/2022
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02/06/2022

Best quote!
"Our faith is two thousand years old, but our thinking is not."
--Pastor Craig Mueller of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Chicago (2015).

I (Rabbi Fred Greene) LOVE THAT!

What is appealing about that for you?!?!

02/06/2022

Folx continue to ask, "How can we help?"
See below...

Hi Friends. Here are the current needs for the free store. Unless otherwise noted, lightly used is welcome. Thank you!!

02/03/2022

It’s time to talk again about Antisemitism.
This Shabbat eve, Rabbi Greene will be speaking about his thoughts and reflections about the issues we have been witnessing recently — the banning of Maus, the hurt from Whoopi Goldberg’s statements, the hostage situation in a Texas synagogue.

How have these recent incidents affected you?
What questions do you have about Antisemitism?
What do you wish that your neighbors who aren’t Jewish would know about Antisemitism?

We’d love to see your thoughts here in the comments!

02/01/2022

We have been talking a lot about antisemitism recently.

We hope you join in this important and timely discussion, streaming tomorrow, February 2nd, on the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism's page at 4pm EST. The conversation will center on the release of Jonathan Greenblatt’s crucial new book: “It Could Happen Here: Why America Is Tipping from Hate to the Unthinkable―And How We Can Stop It.”

Please join us for this important and timely discussion, streaming tomorrow, February 2nd, on the RAC’s page at 4pm EST. The conversation will center on the release of Jonathan Greenblatt’s crucial new book: “It Could Happen Here: Why America Is Tipping from Hate to the Unthinkable―And How We Can Stop It.”

Rabbi Sally Priesand on Celebrating 50 Years in the Rabbinate and the Path to Becoming the First Woman Rabbi in North America - RavBlog 01/31/2022

Rabbi Sally Priesand on Celebrating 50 Years in the Rabbinate and the Path to Becoming the First Woman Rabbi in North America - RavBlog

The first woman to be ordained as a rabbi in North America reflects on 50 years in the Rabbinate. We celebrate Rabbi Sally Priesand! https://ravblog.ccarnet.org/2022/01/rabbi-sally-priesand-50-years-rabbi-first-american-woman-rabbo/

Mazal Tov!

Rabbi Sally Priesand on Celebrating 50 Years in the Rabbinate and the Path to Becoming the First Woman Rabbi in North America - RavBlog Rabbi Sally Priesand shares her path to becoming the first woman rabbi in America and her reflections on spending 50 years in the rabbinate.

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Harmony@Home - May 2, 5:30 - 7 pm!
What does Har HaShem need?
Shabbat Shalom!
Shabbat Shalom friends!

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3950 Baseline Rd
Boulder, CO
80303

General information

Congregation Har HaShem is a Reform synagogue in Boulder, Colorado. With about 500 households, Har HaShem is a vibrant and active congregation.

Recognized and admired for its warmth and compassion, Har HaShem has opened its doors to welcome members who come from wide variety of backgrounds. Through meaningful worship led by its beloved clergy, and through engaging programs of education and enrichment, Har HaShem creates a valuable connection for Reform Jews in the area.

We offer regular Shabbat services, holiday programming and observance. Other programming includes:
-Social action
-Youth groups for kids 3rd grade through high school
-Shabbat programming for families with young children
-Kulam, a group for folks in their 20's and 30's
-Women of Har HaShem
-Purely social and fun events
-Adult Jewish Education
-Hebrew Classes
-Various speakers and musical performances
-Programs for new members

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 4pm

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