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Yom Shabbat, 27 Tishri 5776
  • Holiday Celebrations
  • Torah Lifelong learning, searching for meaning, and seeking comfort and healing.
  • Avodah Worship and celebration through the observance of meaningful, creative, and traditional rituals.
  • Tikkun Olam Transforming ourselves and our world through tzedakah, social justice, and g'milut chasadim (acts of loving kindness).
  • K'hilah Community and family - nurturing our interactive, multi-generational extended family.

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.



Shabbats in October

Friday, October 9; 6:00 pm

Second Shabbat Musical Service

Friday, October 16; 6:00 pm

Pink Shabbat for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Friday, October 23; 6:00 pm

Rabbi Greene's Formal Installation

Friday, October 30; 6:00 pm

No Shushing Inclusive Shabbat




Rabbi Fred Greene

Rabbi Greene's Installation

October 23-25
Friday Night Oct. 23, 6:00 PM, North Building
Formal installation at Shabbat evening services followed by an oneg.
Rabbi Greene will be installed by Rabbi Jason Rosenberg.
Saturday morning, Oct. 24,  North Building
9: 00 AM Torah Study led by Rabbis Greene and Rosenberg
10:15 AM Shabbat morning services
11:45 AM Lunch with a discussion of Jewish Life in the 21st Century & the Role of the Synagogue.
Saturday evening, Oct. 24, Party Time at the South Building
6:00 PM - Heavy hors d'oeuvres and beverages
7:30 PM - Havdalah
8:00 PM - Scrumptious Desserts
Sunday morning, Oct. 25
School children and their families will have a special program during the regular tefillah (prayer) sessions.
No RSVP needed. More details will follow to school families.



Kol Nidre Appeal
Help Us Build Our Community
The Har HaShem community that we have built and that we continue to build costs over $100,000 per month to sustain. More than 15% of this comes from voluntary donations beyond dues and tuition. We hope you will support our annual Kol Nidre appeal.
Click here to donate to the Kol Nidre appeal.