Adventure Rabbi offers innovative programs such as expedition Bar and Bar Mitzvah training, online Bar and Bat Mitzvah training, outdoor retreats for High Holidays and Passover, an online distance learning program reaching students all over the world, a and a camp-like alternative religious school that meets once a month.
Our program was founded in November 2001 and now staffs three rabbis andthree educators.
Our rabbis, Rabbi Jamie Korngold Rabbi Lynne Goldsmith, and Rabbi Alan Shavit-Lonstein look forward to meeting you.
Bonai Shalom is a vibrant, egalitarian Conservative Jewish congregation of 150 families with an excellent religious and Hebrew school. Our members share a commitment to building institutions and programs that will enhance our entire community and make it possible for us to live lives based upon Jewish values. Intermarried couples find programs and services to meet their needs.
We strive to make Congregation Bonai Shalom a place that is meaningful and enriching for members of all ages.
Our rabbi, Rabbi Marc Soloway, looks forward to meeting you.
Morah Yehudis Fishman
Yehudis Fishman has been teaching Torah and Chassidic philosophy to people of all ages and backgrounds for over fifty years. For the last six years, she has been the spiritual director of Congregation Aish Kodesh in Boulder, Co. and continues to teach and counsel. Her qualities of erudition, relevance, sensitivity, and humor endear her to a broad spectrum of multigenerational students.
Morah Yehudis Fishman looks forward to meeting you.
Conscious Learning Community
Shalom. Rabbi Ori here. Welcome to our community. The Conscious Learning Community (CLC) is a center of spiritual development and experiential deep learning. CLC offers to both Jewish and non-Jewish adults learning opportunities such as classes, special events, retreats and workshops, and a community of conscious learners.
CLC is a non-profit and non-member organization of learners and spiritual friends where we can deepen in relationship with our expansive selves, and nurture intimacy with the divine with an Integral Perspective. We welcome people of all faiths and spiritual perspectives into a process of inner inquiry to bring meaning, compassion, and freedom to everyday life, as integrated human beings. Through the art of inter-spiritual direction and awareness, we offer resources for deepening your connection to the divine.
Rabbi Ori Har looks forward to meeting you.
We are Congregation Har HaShem.
We create meaning in our lives…through Jewish practice.
We celebrate together and lift each other when we have fallen
גמילות חסדים – g’milut chasadim – acts of generosity and kindness
We are inspired to realize our human potential
בצלם אלוהים – b’tzelem Elohim – in the image of the divine
We work to make the world more just
צדק צדק תרדוף – tzedek, tzedek tirdof – justice, justice shall you pursue
If you would like to learn more about us, please visit harhashem.org
Rabbi Sarah Bracha Gershuny
JewCPriestess provides a creative and experiential space for prayer, authentic movement, and transformative spiritual practice. Rabbi Sarah Bracha Gershuny guides individuals and families on their Jewish journeys offering pastoral support, facilitating life-cycle ceremonies, and tutoring adults. Rav Bracha is an ordained Rabbi and Kohenet (Hebrew Priestess).
Congregation Nevei Kodesh is known for its creative, meaningful, and joyful embrace of the spiritual riches of the Jewish tradition. We come together to seek an authentic, inclusive, and egalitarian expression of Jewish life in the 21st century.
Established in 1993, Nevei Kodesh is an extended family of people from diverse backgrounds, welcoming and affirming Jewish, interfaith, and multi-cultural families, singles, couples, seniors, Jews by choice, LGBTQ people, and participants in other spiritual traditions.
If you would like to learn more about us, please visit neveikodesh.org.
Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein moved to Boulder, CO, from Europe, where she previously served as the Rabbi of Chawurah Gescher (Freiburg, Germany) and Migwan (Basel, Switzerland). Rabbi Diane works as a freelance Rabbi, Educator and Spiritual Director in the United States and Europe. She firmly believes that Judaism offers a treasure-trove of riches for learners of all ages and backgrounds. In working with individuals, groups and congregations, Rabbi Diane encourages and supports the exploration of Jewish knowledge and practices in ways that are heart-centered, grounded in ‘right action’ and informed by spiritual curiosity.
She enjoys teaching about Torah, Prayer and Jewish Renewal to both children and adults in Boulder and beyond. She also counsels and sponsors individuals seeking conversion.
Rabbi Diane Tiferet holds a Masters of Jewish Education from Hebrew College and received rabbinic ordination from ALEPH, the Alliance for Jewish Renewal. Earlier in her life she studied international politics and cultural anthropology (she graduated with a B.A. from Princeton University and an M.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) – and has lived extended periods of her life abroad including in Sweden, Thailand, China, and Germany.