Upcoming & Ongoing Events

Shavuot 2020 with Haver: Navigating by the Light of the Torah 

Ner Mitzvah v’Torah Or
Mitzvah is a Lamp and Torah is Light (Proverbs 6:23)

Join Haver, Boulder’s Rabbinic Council, for a live Facebook / Zoom webinar celebrating Shavuot, the holiday to commemorate receiving the Torah on Mount Sinai.

Considering our current social climate, this year’s theme, “Navigating by the Light of Torah: How Torah Helps Guide Us Through Challenging Times,” is as appropriate as it is compelling. Our diverse panel of rabbis, moderated by Boulder JCC Executive Director Jonathan Lev, will share personal stories of how the Torah has guided them through difficult times.

WHEN: Sunday, May 24th, 4:00 p.m.

 In addition to the live panel, Haver has video teachings for Shavuot from local rabbis and scholars.

To register for the free webinar hosted by the Boulder JCC, click here.

In addition to the live panel, Haver has video teachings for Shavuot from local rabbis and scholars. There are even two videos for children. You will find a story for pre-school- 2nd graders and a “how-to” Shavuot video for school age kids with an easy, no-bake cheesecake recipe, an art project, and a hike up Sinai.

 Click HERE to go to the Boulder Haver YouTube channel.


Haver Shavuot Program

 Virtual Shavuot 5/24/20, 4 pm

Ongoing Event

The Boulder Jewish Community Tu B’Shvat pledge to Plant 5780 trees before next Rosh Hashanah!

With this community pledge, we join J-Tree: Jewish organizations around the world who share a commitment to addressing climate change.

When you make your donation – please write out Boulder in the message box.

Planting and protecting forests, and repairing the damage already done to them, is essential to the survival of life in this time of climate crisis. JTree USA joins with partners from all over the world.  Celebrate your mother and Mother Earth by planting trees for Mothers Day 2020.
Watch this space for updates, planting opportunities and on our shared effort to reach 5780 trees! Go Boulder! Go Team!