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Service Schedule

Rosh Hashanah

  • Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, September 25, 6:00 pm 
  • Day 1 - Monday, September 26, 9:00 am**
  • Tashlich Service - Monday, September 26, 5:00pm at Edora Park, 1420 E. Stuart St. The shelter is located to the west of the ball fields. The Spring Creek Trail runs very close to the shelter, and restrooms are located near the ball fields. Bring your picnic style dinner to nosh with our community. 
  • Day 2 - Tuesday, September 27, 9:00 am 

Yom Kippur

  • Kol Nidrei - Tuesday, October 4, 6:00 pm** 
  • Yom Kippur - Wednesday, October 5**
    • Morning service, 9:00 am 
    • Study Sessions, 1:15 - 4:00 pm
      • The Holiness Code - 1:15 to 2:00pm. Taught by Rabbi Finestone. Each year in our afternoon service, we read Leviticus 19, known as “the Holiness Code.” It begins with the imperative: “You shall be holy,” and numerous commandments follow, such as, “Thou shalt not go about as a talebearer among thy people,” or “thou shalt not stand idly by the blood of thy neighbor…” But what does it mean to “be holy?” What vision does our Torah give us of a “holy” life? And how do all those commandments help us reach that goal?
      • The Yom Kippur journey between wholeness and vulnerability - 2:15 to 3:00pm. Taught by Nina Rubin. On Yom Kippur we are asked to each face our own mortality.  We fast, we wear white and we contemplate the precarious miracle that is our life. When we face death, we more fully understand the precious gift of our lives. Yom Kippur invites us into the paradox of embracing both our wholeness and our vulnerability in fully living our lives in the year to come.
      • The Kabbalah of Yom Kippur - 3:15 to 4:00pm. Taught by Rabbi Hillel Katzir. The mystical symbolism of Kabbalah teaches that our actions here on Earth have cosmic consequences!  Our prayers, and our acts of atonement and repentance, on Yom Kippur can change our lives; they can also change the universe!  We'll talk about what the symbolism of Kabbalah can teach us about our holy tasks on the Day of Atonement.  
    • Afternoon service, 4:30 pm
    • Yizkor Memorial and Concluding Neilah service, 5:00pm.

    Registration for Youth Programming and childcare is closed.    


    • Build the Sukkah - Sunday, October 9, 8:00 am
    • Lunch in the Sukkah - Sunday, October 9, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
    • Dinner in the Sukkah - Sunday, October 9, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
    • Sukkot Starlight Service - Sunday, October 9, 7:30 pm
    • Shabbat Jr. in the Sukkah - Friday, October 14, 5:30 pm. Join Rabbi Finestone for Shabbat Jr. in the Sukkah. Consider bringing a picnic dinner to enjoy after our short, family-friendly service.
    • Kabbalat Shabbat service in the Sukkah - Friday, October 14, 6:30pm
    • PJ Havdalah in the Sukkah - Saturday, October 15, 6:30pm. Join Jewish Colorado for a pajama party in the Sukkah. Please consider donating a new pair of pajamas. Designed for children ages 0-8, but all are welcome. 

    Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah

    • Yizkor Service - Sunday, October 16, 7:30pm
    • Simchat Torah celebration - Tuesday, October 18, 7:00pm. Join our community as we roll the Torah together as we prepare to read from the beginning. 

High Holidays Registration

Your financial support helps cover High Holiday costs such as digital fees for books, digital licensing, technical equipment, staffing overtime, printing, etc. 

No one will be turned away for inability to pay. 

Suggested Donation: 

Member:   $36/Member Household
Guest:       $72/Adult
Student (Age 18+) Guest: $18

Register here for the High Holidays

Registration for Youth Programming is Closed. 

Yizkor Memorial Book

During Yom Kippur services we remember loved ones we have lost. When we say the Yizkor Prayer, we honor the memories of those we have lost through tzedakah. Each year for High Holidays, we publish a memorial book to remember our loved ones who have passed away. To include your loved ones in this year's Yizkor Memorial Book, please visit: HH - 2022 Yizkor Memorial Book Request Form - Form - Congregation Har Shalom


We encourage all our members to send a financial donation to the Larimer Country Food Bank or bring in canned goods on Kol Nidre or Yom Kippur as part of this year’s High Holiday observance. As we fast for one day, we acknowledge our support for all those in our community who face hunger every day, especially during the current crisis. Please make checks out to the Larimer County Food Bank (not CHS).

Need Challah for the Holidays?

You can order round/crown challah with or without raisins from Great Harvest. Order from the Lemay location (970-223-8311) or the College location (970-225-0353). Pickup will be available September 23 and 25-27th. 

Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783