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Har Shalom Center for Jewish Living

Our Community

Congregation Har Shalom is an active center of Jewish learning and worship serving all of Northern Colorado.  We are not affiliated with a denomination of Judaism, and we serve a wide diversity of spiritual paths. Our synagogue membership of almost 200 families represents a rainbow spectrum of Jews from varied affiliations and geographical origins.  Our congregation strives to blend elements of traditional Jewish ritual with a personal and open style of worship.

Education at Har Shalom

Har Shalom Religious School is a community of children, teens, staff and families that enjoy discovering the beauty of being Jewish. Our goal is to help students develop a strong sense of belonging in the community, embracing their Jewish identities through discovery of the depth, prayers, and rituals of Jewish life.

Har Shalom Preschool/Kindergarten is a learning community that celebrates universal themes through Jewish life and holiday cycles. The curriculum establishes a foundation of social and academic skills within a nurturing, non-competitive environment. Each child's independence and self-esteem is enhanced in an interactive setting that features hands-on exploration. 

Employment Opportunities

Search for Executive Director Continues

Congregation Har Shalom has resumed the search for its newly-created position of Executive Director. “The ideal candidate is a dynamic and experienced leader who will manage, support, and help grow our welcoming and diverse community”, stated Search Committee Co-Chairs Valerie Mauksch and Rick Schiller. The position will be listed on job sites throughout the country, with potential candidates asked to submit application materials by October 5, 2017. View the Executive Director job posting.

Office Manager Position Open

Congregation Har Shalom is seeking applicants for the position of Office Manager. Position is 30 hours per week at a wage of $16 per hour. Job Description and Information 

Hurricane Relief Efforts

The devastating effects of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, and now Maria, continue and the damage in human and financial terms is beyond comprehension. You can make a donation to hurricane victims through the Red Cross

Gemilut Hasadim

Relationship is the web of caring community – helping each other with the joys and oys of our lives. We invite you to become involved in Gemilut Hasadim – Acts of Loving kindness at Har Shalom

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