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Where our community supports each unique Jewish experience our mountain town has to offer.

Har Mishpacha provides creative and diverse ways to celebrate Jewish life. We invite you to join us during your spiritual journey!


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Thanks to the generous support of some donors, we are able to bring Rabbi Segal to Steamboat every month through the spring of 2020.

Mark these dates on your calendar:

Thursday Shakrit
November 8-10 (Rabbi Shabbat Weekend)
December 20-22 (Rabbi Shabbat Weekend & Hanukkah: Public Menorah Lighting)
January 10-12 (Rabbi Shabbat Weekend)
January 31-Feb 2 (Rabbi Shabbat Weekend)
March 13-18 (Purim Celebration and Rabbi Shabbat Weekend)
April 9-11 (Pesach and Rabbi Shabbat Weekend)
May 8-10 (Rabbi Shabbat Weekend)
June 12-14 (Rabbi Shabbat Weekend & Bar Mitzvah)

All services will be held at Heart of Steamboat, 736 Oak Street, Steamboat Springs.


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WOULD YOU LIKE TO VISIT ISRAEL?

Rabbi Segal (Scott) and his wife Rabbi Segal (Emily) are co-leading a trip in March 2020. The Aspen Jewish Congregation (Rabbi Emily Segal's congregation) is planning the trip and has expressed interest in having other Rocky Mountain communities join as well. Several couples from our congregation have already signed up.

This trip presents an opportunity for something that Har Mishpacha could not accomplish alone. Check out their itinerary!