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Together, as a sacred community, we strengthen and deepen Jewish journeys.

Our Jewish values provide us with the framework to build on the past, thrive in the present and innovate for future generations.

Together, we rejoice.
Together, we comfort.
Together, we pray.
Together, we learn.
Together, we repair the world.
Together, we seek God in our midst.


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We look forward to praying, singing, and learning together as one community. In addition to our powerful traditional music and liturgy that is integrated with our innovative contemporary worship style, we invite you to join us for learning sessions on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur:

Rosh Hashanah Learning Session
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
T'Shuvah and Space Time Continuum: Journeying to Our Better Self
Rabbi Jay Strear, CEO of Jewish Colorado

Yom Kippur Learning Session
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Will Things Ever Get Better? Hope and Judaism in an Age of Crises
From climate change to violence and war, from pandemics to civic strife, we seem to live in an age of crises. In light of these challenges, what grounds do we have for hope? What   reasons do we have to think that things will get better, and how can we build communities where we can support one another in the task of healing a broken world? Is it even responsible to feel any optimism in light of these challenges, and how can we balance our desire for a better future with a realistic evaluation of the present? In this session, we will explore ancient, medieval, and modern Jewish answers to these questions, examining the possibility -- and importance -- of cultivating and sustaining a sense of hope amid the challenges of today.
Dr. Elias Sacks
Director, University of Colorado Boulder Program in Jewish Studies
Incoming Director, The Jewish Publication Society

 


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