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Facebook - Har Shalom: Members Group

Do you enjoying following Har Shalom on Facebook? If so, please join the Har Shalom: Members Group. This is a closed (not visible by the public on Facebook) group and is going to become the official event page for all Har Shalom events. We want to make sure our current members are getting the most up to date information on Supper Clubs, services, gatherings, etc! Joining is easy, just search for the Har Shalom: Members Group on Facebook and request access. 
Thank you for your understanding as we continue to heighten and modify our security practices.

Upcoming Events

Barnes and Noble Bookfair

Wednesday, November 28, All Day

The Har Shalom fundraising committee invites you to an exciting holiday event. Come to Barnes and Noble (4045 S College Ave) to purchase books, music, toys, games, puzzles, journals, treats and more... the perfect place for holiday shopping. In-store sales, including Cafe purchases, support Har Shalom. The evening will be filled with ENTERTAINMENT.  Music, Magic, Stories, Crafts, and more. Can’t make it to the store? Shop Online November 28-Dec 5 using  bookfair ID #12448726 at www.bn.com/bookfairs

November Supper Club - Garbanzo's

Wednesday, November 28, 12:00pm - 7:00pm

Join us for the next Har Shalom Supper Club event at Garbanzo's (100 W Troutman). 20% of the sales will come back to Har Shalom. No dishes, no grocery store, tons of friends = fabulous fun. Flyer

Save the Date! 

Come celebrate Hanukkah at CHS on Sunday, December 2 at 5pm. This is a fun evening with menorah lightings, songs, latkes and our first design your own functional menorah contest.

Beyond Har Shalom

World Wisdoms Project

Listening with a New Heart: Pilgrimage in the Islamic and Buddhist Traditions

Thursday, November 8, 6:30 pm

Is the spiritual journey a personal experience or a shared one? Do we follow the paths of others, or do we make a unique journey? What are the motivations that spur such a journey? Outreach Coordinator Shakir Muhammad from the Fort Collins Islamic Center and Buddhist leader Clarke Warren from Boulder will offer personal reflections of pilgrimages within the context of their faith traditions. Both will share the reasons for their communal journeys to the birthplace of their founders and will point out other locations that are considered “sacred”.  $10 donation suggested. More information

Sun, November 18 2018 10 Kislev 5779