Congregation Har HaShem is fortunate to offer a summer day camp for kids entering grades 1-5. Students entering grades 2 and above are eligilbe to attend OSRUI, our URJ regional overnight camp at which our staff serves as faculty. 

If your child has never been to an overnight Jewish camp, FJC’s One Happy Camper program offers need-blind grants of $1000 to first-time campers. Click here to see if your child is eligible.
 

 

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swimmingStart your summer break with Congregation Har HaShem's camp for kids entering 1st-5th grades led by Co-DirectorsCaroline Saliman and Leah Boonin
Each week is filled with ruach, games, swimming, challah baking, crafts, field trips, music, mitzvah projects and more! Field trips have included Coors Field, hiking, boating on Lake Estes, the Denver Aquarium, the zoo, and lots of swimming pools.
The regular day camp week runs Monday through Friday 9 AM to 3:30 PM (with pick up available until 4 PM). You can join us for one week, or for all four. The summer session ends with a one-night overnight that is open to everyone who attends one or more sessions. Click here for session dates and costs and to register for camp.
 
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Har HaShem is proud to send our kids to URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute. In 1952, Union Institute was founded by the Reform Movement; today, OSRUI serves more than 1,000 campers each summer from throughout North America and beyond. OSRUI combines creative and innovative Jewish experiences with all the fun of summer camp - swimming, boating, sports, archery, the Alpine Tower, drama, photography, digital arts and, most importantly, lifelong friendships. The sessions are varied and focus on specific areas of interest, including Kibbutz life, the arts, Hebrew immersion, adventuring camping and more. Visit the camp website to learn more or to register your child! Har HaShem staff are with our youth at camp, serving as faculty. Join us next summer!         
 

Har HaShem aims to include individuals of any age who may temporarily or permanently move, hear, see, touch, think, learn, communicate, process stimuli, and/or experience emotions differently.