• Lifelong learning, searching for meaning, and seeking comfort and healing. Torah
  • Worship and celebration through the observance of meaningful, creative, and traditional rituals. Avodah
  • Transforming ourselves and our world through tzedakah, social justice, and g'milut chasadim (acts of loving kindness). Tikkun Olam
  • Community and family - nurturing our interactive, multi-generational extended family. K'hilah

We'd like to invite you to become part of the vibrant Jewish community at Congregation Har HaShem. Enriched by the vast diversity of Jewish life in Boulder, Har HaShem is a Reform synagogue made up of congregants from all backgrounds including interfaith, LGBTQ, seniors, singles, and families.

We strive to open doors to deeper engagement with the Jewish tradition and with the Jewish community. This is a place that makes Judaism and Jewish teaching come alive with hundreds of adults engaged in spiritual enrichment, many for the first time in their lives. Families connect with one another to learn about Jewish traditions and celebrations, our children learn about applying Jewish values and teaching to their lives, interfaith families are engaged as an essential part of the community, and we are proud of our work in the area of tikkun olam, repairing the world, as it has had a significant impact on the lives of hundreds of individuals, both in our city, and beyond.

Har HaShem is also an active partner in the life of the broader Jewish world here in Boulder, supporting community initiatives and serving as a gateway to deeper engagement in the many Jewish initiatives in this unique and exciting city.

Come pay us a visit. Drop by for a powerful musical Shabbat service - especially on the second Friday of each month - or call to introduce yourself and learn more.

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Stop the Sirens

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The Reform movement has joined together with the Conservative movement and the Jewish Federations of North America in support of Stop the Sirens, a campaign to provide emergency aid to help alleviate the suffering of our brothers and sisters in Israel. Please consider donating to this important cause.  Click here or on the picture above for more information and to donate through the URJ and the Jewish Federations of North America now.

 

Give Your Feedback to the Senior Rabbi Search Committee Two Ways!

1) RSVP here to attend an Open Forum on  August 18th at 7 PM; or August 28th at 7 PM. 

2) Click HERE to complete a short online survey no later than September 1st.

If you would like a survey mailed to you, please contact the office at (303) 499-7077.

 

Second Shabbat Services and Dinner

The 2nd Shabbat Musical Service will be on Friday, Sept. 12th at 6:00 PM.  All are welcome! Reservations for the 2nd Shabbat Dinner are required by noon Monday, Sept. 8.  Click here to RSVP.

 

2014-2015 Membership Renewals

A letter is being mailed to each member household explaining our Membership Renewal process for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. Please see the link below once you have read your personalized letter.

To reach the Membership Renewal Form online, please click here.

Please use the payment link below only if:

- You submitted a paper Membership Renewal Form and would like to pay by credit card online using our secure connection to our credit/debit card processor;  or

- You have completed the Membership Renewal Form online but did not complete the credit card section, and you wish to pay by credit/debit card now.

Membership Renewal PAYMENT Form