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Basement WiFi

Have you ever been frustrated when you are in the basement and you don’t have Wi-Fi access? Good news! Har Shalom now has Wi-Fi access thanks to Ron Weinberg, owner of 365 IT. If you want to make a call and have WiFi-enabled calling on your phone, all you have to do is make sure it is enabled and you will have access. Ron has been in the process of updating our IT systems since September and has done so at no charge to Har Shalom.

All computers have been upgraded to Windows 10 and our sparkly projector has been replaced. He has worked with Comcast to significantly increase our internet speeds and we have a new TV, DVD player and soundbar that works beautifully. Ron has joined our Ops Committee and he is a tremendous resource to Har Shalom. Thank you, Ron for your time, talents, and treasures!

Sunday morning, March 8

Children's Purim Celebration and Costume Contest

Monday, March 9, 7:00 pm

Adult Purim Megillah Reading. Come join us for a creative and fun reading of the Book of Esther, complete with refreshments. Get your costumes ready now! We will also be collecting Tzedakah as part of our celebration, which will be donated to Meals On Wheels.

Purim Project 2020

Purim is just around the corner and we still need volunteers for the Purim boxes. The biggest needs are for drivers and packaging helpers.
March 1st at 2pm: Community bake day
March 7th at 6:45 pm: Packaging (1.5 hours loading boxes with cookies & other goodies)
March 8th/March 9th: Drivers NEEDED! The commitment is less than 1.5 hours

Please volunteer by sending in your online Purim form or by emailing The Purim Committee

Happenings at Har Shalom

7th Grade Hospitality Dinner - Tickets going fast! 

Deadline to RSVP for the 7th Grade Hospitality dinner is Friday! You have an opportunity to practice Dibuk Chaverim (Loyalty to Friends), attend the dinner on Feb 28, and help the World Wildlife Fund -- Australia.  We chose to donate our proceeds to the WWF-Australia because it is caring animals injured in the bush fires and will plant 10,000 trees in koala habitat after the fires.  We are working hard on a service centered around Jewish values within a Star Wars theme, and we are looking forward to making dinner for you including Yoda Soda, Banana Tie Fighters, and Wookie Cookies!  Please reserve your seats today! 
Tickets:  Adults: $20  Kids: $10  Family: $60.  RSVP here 


Conflict & Dissolution:  The Making of the Modern Middle East

Thursdays, March 5 and March 12, 7:00pm

A survey tracing the cycle of conflict and outcome in one of the most volatile regions of the world.  Understanding the forces and players that have been struggling for power over the Middle East for more than 100 years now is essential to understanding the current situation in the area. The class will explore the political and religious positions  of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, as well as the political roles played by the United States, Russia, England, France, Turkey and Iran in manipulating the struggle between Israel and the Arabs. 
Instructor: Rabbi Boaz Heilman

Hadassah Lunch and Learn

Wednesday, March 25, 11:30am 

Join the Northern Colorado chapter of Hadassah and Guest Speaker and CHS Member, Nina Rubin for a discussion on Tahor and Tamei: A new understanding of spiritual boundaries, spiritual vulnerability and navigating the path between. More information

Beyond Har Shalom

Considering a trip to Israel?

Congregation Beth Israel in Greeley is planning a congregational trip to Israel this coming May 11-22. We've made plans with the Melton Adult Education Travel Seminar Program, organized by Hebrew University, to lead our tour for us.

Details about itinerary, hotels, prices, etc are on the Melton website

Tue, February 25 2020 30 Shevat 5780