Thursday Shakrit
Nov
1
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Special Guest from Boulder!
Oct
27
to Oct 28

Special Guest from Boulder!

Becky O'Brien is Coming to Steamboat!

Les and Linda Liman, along with Har Mishpacha, are pleased to be sponsoring a weekend with Becky O'Brien. Becky is the Boulder Director of Hazon, a national Jewish environmental non-profit. Hazon means "vision" and it works to create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond.  
 
Here is a preview of the programming planned for that weekend:
 
Saturday, October 27 
4:00 - 5:30 p.m. in our Religious School classrooms.

D.I.Y. Havdalah Workshop - Join us for an afternoon of hands-on creativity and fun! We'll make our own havdalah candles from beeswax, design our own juice/wine cups, and customize our own spice sachets. We'll conclude the workshop with the havdalah ritual and put our newly created havdalah items to use! For children of all ages and their families. Children 6 and older may attend with or without a parent/guardian, children 5 and younger must have a parent/guardian present.
 
Sunday, October 28
11:00 am to 12:30 pm. in Fellowship Hall.
Organic - Fair Trade - Local – Kosher - What is "Fit" To Eat??? - For generations, the Jewish people have contemplated what is kosher, literally what is "fit" to eat. Today, that question may be harder to answer than ever. Have you ever been paralyzed in the grocery aisle?! How do we make food choices that are aligned with our personal values and priorities? We'll demystify the labels and learn enough to make educated, personal, and meaningful choices even in the face of competing values and logistical and/or budgetary challenges. For adults and youth past their b'nai mitzvah.
 
12:45 pm 
Potluck lunch in Fellowship Hall.
 
Following lunch in the Labyrinth Room
Radical Amazement and the "Story of Stuff" - Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel taught, "Our goal should be to live life in radical amazement, to look at the world in a way that takes nothing for granted. Everything is phenomenal; everything is incredible; to be spiritual is to be constantly amazed." In this workshop we'll watch "The Story of Stuff", a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues. It may change the way you look at all the stuff in your life forever, with fresh and radical amazement! For adults and youth past their b'nai mitzvah.


IMPORTANT: FOR THESE EVENTS, RSVP IS REQUIRED. PLEASE RSVP to info@harmishpacha.org  and indicate which events you plan on attending.  

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Thursday Shakrit
Oct
25
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Thursday Shakrit
Oct
18
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Thursday Shakrit
Oct
11
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Thursday Shakrit
Oct
4
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Celebrate Sukkot, Shabbat Rabbi Weekend, & Bar Mitzvah
Sep
28
to Sep 30

Celebrate Sukkot, Shabbat Rabbi Weekend, & Bar Mitzvah

Friday September 28
Labyrinth Room
Youth/Family Service: 6:15PM

Shabbat: 7PM. A service that combines a celebration of Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah (with maybe some dancing??) followed by an oneg in the Sukkah.

Saturday, September 29
Morning Service: 10AM, Labyrinth Room.
Join the celebration of Kali Waldman's Bat Mitzvah

4pm Adult Ed/Havdallah (Fireplace Room): Good Jews Gone Bad: The Rise and Fall of Jewish Gangsters

Revisit a time when men were men...and Jewish men were involved in all sorts of nefarious activities! Meet the tefillin-wrapping assassin, relish the collective beat-down of American Nazis, and learn how to make a fortune smuggling booze from Canada. Or, enjoy a beverage while exploring this under-appreciated aspect of Jewish history.

Sunday, September 30
11am Yizkor

Noon Adult Ed (topic: From Deuteronomy to Genesis: Celebrating Simchat Torah)

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Thursday Shakrit
Sep
27
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Thursday Shakrit
Sep
20
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Yom Kippur
Sep
18
to Sep 19

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur

Tuesday, September 18

Kol Nidre services: 7pm

 

Wednesday, September 19

Morning Service: 10am

Youth/Family Service: 1pm

Study Session: 2pm

Afternoon Service: 3:30pm

Yizkor: 5pm

Ne’ilah/Havdalah: 5:30(ish)

Break-the-fast: 6:30(ish)

 

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Thursday Shakrit
Sep
13
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Thursday Shakrit
Sep
6
8:30 AM08:30

Thursday Shakrit

Thursday's Shakrit Continues...

What began as a request from out of town visitors for a minyan has become a weekly gathering for a brief (30 minutes) morning prayer. We don’t generally have ten participants, which means we omit Readers Kaddish, the Barchu, the Torah service, and the Mourner’s Kaddish; however, on one Thursday at the request of Jane Romberg who wanted to recite Kaddish on the tenth anniversary of her father’s passing, we gathered 11 men and women over the age of 13, so we were able to include all of the group prayers and portions of the Torah were read by Carl Marbach. We invite all members, friends, and visitors to join us occasionally or regularly for a wonderful start to the day. If you would like to be on the mailing list for Shakrit, please email 08larryg@gmail.com.

Date(s): EVERY Thursday (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 8:30am
Where: 736 Oak Street (in the Religious School Classroom - enter through the open back door, go down the stairs on your right)
Who: All are welcome...

We look forward to seeing you there!


Check our website for more information, or contact us at info@harmishpacha.org.

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Professor Sack is Back!
Aug
17
to Aug 18

Professor Sack is Back!

We were fortunate to have 2 provocative and popular talks last summer by Elias Sacks, Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies and Associate Director of the Program in Jewish Studies at CU Boulder. Professor Sacks writes and speaks on Jewish-Christian relations, philosophy of religion, religion and politics, and religious ethic. He returns to Steamboat this summer with two new topics. His visit is made possible at no cost to Har Mishpacha by CU Boulder Peak-to-Peak, a cooperative program of The Program in Jewish Studies, and the university's office of Outreach and Community Engagement.

  • Friday, August 17th @ 6pm - Spiritual Life Center, Labyrinth Room
    • TOPIC: Does It Make Sense To Be Jewish? (Followed by candle lighting, Shabbat blessing and Potluck)
      • Please bring a kosher-style dairy dish to share.
  •  Saturday, August 18th @ 4pm- Spiritual Life Center, Labyrinth Room
    • TOPIC: Does God Care About Our Prayers?
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Rabbi Weekend - Meet our Interim Spiritual Leader: Rabbi Scott Sega
Aug
3
to Aug 5

Rabbi Weekend - Meet our Interim Spiritual Leader: Rabbi Scott Sega

  • Friday, August 3rd - Spiritual Life Center, Labyrinth Room
    • 6:15 PM - Young People's Shabbat
    • 7pm - Short Torah Service, followed by Kiddush and Oneg
      • Please bring a sweet or fruit dish to share

 

  • Saturday, August 4th - Spiritual Life Center, Fireplace Room
    • 4 PM - Rabbi's Torah Study, Potluck to follow
      • Please bring a kosher-style dairy dish to share

 

  • Sunday, August 5th - Spiritual Life Center, Fireplace Room
    • 12 PM - A Conversation with Rabbi Segal
      • Coffee and doughnuts will be provided
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Annual Meeting of Members
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Annual Meeting of Members

  • Spiritual Life Center, Fireplace Room (736 Oak Street)
    • Please be sure to attend. We promise to keep it short and interesting. Members will receive the official Notice and Agenda by email this week. If you are not able to attend, please complete and return the Designation of Proxy, so that we have a quorum to conduct our Election of Board Members and adoption of the annual budget.
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Rabbi Weekend
Jun
1
to Jun 3

Rabbi Weekend

OUR LAST RABBI WEEKEND WITH RABBI GOODMAN
AND NOAH BUTLER'S BAR MITZVAH

Friday, June 1
 
 In the Labyrinth Room
6:15 PM: Young People’s Shabbat. 
7PM: Shabbat Service, Kiddush and Oneg to follow.

Please bring sweets or fruit to share.
 
Saturday, June 2

 11AM In the Fireplace Room
Torah Study with Rabbi Goodman

“The slippery slope to injustice: From Pharoah to Today”
Coffee and sweets
 
4PM in the Labyrinth Room
Noah Butler's Bar Mizvah Service

Members of the congregation are invited to join Noah's family and friends
to celebrate following the service.
Refreshments will be served in Fellowship Hall



Sunday, June 3
In the Fireplace Room
12 Noon: Rabbi Goodman's Learning Session
“The Most Important Lesson in Judaism You’ll Ever Learn”
followed by
Bagel Brunch in Fellowship Hall
We will thank and say farewell to Rabbi Goodman and
his family as they move on to Pittsburgh and new adventures



Volunteers always welcome to help set up and clean up. This month we will set up on Friday at 3:30. We will clean up after Shabbat service and after Rabbi Goodman's farewell brunch on Sunday

Please join us for all or any part of this weekend!

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THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS: "What We Learned"
Mar
27
6:00 PM18:00

THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS: "What We Learned"

  • Steamboat Community Center East and West Rooms (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Denver Museum of Nature and Science has opened its exhibit on the Dead Sea Scrolls. We're thrilled to have Mr. Nash here in Steamboat to talk about what the museum learned as it prepared for the exhibit.


WHO: Steve Nash, Curator of Anthropology, Denver Museum of Nature and Science

WHEN: Tuesday, March 27, 6PM

WHERE: Steamboat Community Center East and West Rooms

BUT...HOW MUCH: Free Admission

 

Co-presented with Heart of Steamboat and St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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Minyan
Mar
22
to Mar 29

Minyan

  • Har Mishpacha (Religious School Classroom) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Men needed to complete a minyan for a group of out of town visitors, one of whom is in shloshim.

Shakrit at 9AM each morning in our Religious School classroom. (Yes, I know, "men". But who are we to refuse to help because the mourners are non-egalitarian?)

We have some volunteers already (thank you!), but we are still short 3 on Saturday, 2 on Sunday, 3 on Monday, and 2 each on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.) 

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