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Our Process

Har HaShem actively seeks opportunities to bring people together in person and online safely and meaningfully. Our task force, comprised of public health, legal, and communications experts, is evaluating scientific evidence, government guidelines, community norms, and our own capabilities to inform decisions by the Board. Because we’re relying upon volunteers and because we’re exercising caution, this process can be slower than some might like.

We intend to create opportunities for everyone to participate meaningfully whether you are eager to be in person and hugging others or still comfortable on Zoom or only in the smallest of groups.

Please visit our calendar for information about specific activities.

Attending Outdoor Services

We are delighted to announce new procedures for outdoor events.

Registration is no longer required.

  • Services will continue to be streamed from our website. Visit our homepage and click on the link.
  • We recommend that anyone who is not fully vaccinated wear a mask and maintain distance from other participants. You are taking on more risk for yourself than you are creating for others.
  • Please bring your own chair, water bottle, sunglasses or visor, and dress for the weather. Services are outdoors.

Seating:
There is lots of room inside the tent and even more outside! We respect everyone's individual desire for distance and ask that you do the same for one another. We encourage everyone to maintain 6’ distance among parties. Even outside the tent, there is plenty of shade under the open sky.

Please remember services are outdoors. Reread the text in red above.

Health and Safety:
We remain committed to the health and safety of all participants. Please do not attend if:

  • you have experienced any Covid symptoms in the last two weeks. Symptoms include: fever of 100.4º or higher, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, runny nose (not from seasonal allergies), headache, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting, and muscle aches.
  • you have traveled abroad in the last two weeks
  • you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19 or is experiencing any of the symptoms listed above.

Risk:
Boulder continues to experience a pandemic. You understand that singing or speaking loudly in a group carries increased risk. This risk is significantly greater if you have not been fully vaccinated or if you have medical conditions that may reduce the effectiveness of the vaccine. You acknowledge that Har HaShem has taken reasonable precautions to protect those who attend. By attending any program at Har HaShem, you acknowledge that there is some unavoidable risk of infection, illness, and death from being near or in contact with others, and YOU ACCEPT THAT RISK.

We look forward to seeing you!

 

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updates, links, and live streamed services and programs

Building Closure Resources and Updates

As always, reach out to Har HaShem and your clergy for conversation, for support. 

 

Prayer Resources

 
 

 

Committees

Click here to contact the chairs of the inclusion, ritual, membership engagement, and tikkun olam/social action committees.

 

Zoom Tips and Tricks

 

Meeting our Religious and Spiritual Needs

 

General Technology Resources

(downloads or instructions)

 

Ways to Help and Other Resources

Boulder County  Covid Testing

Jewish Family Service (JFS) Telehealth Counseling

It’s normal to feel stressed or anxious during uncertain times. Telehealth delivers virtual services by connecting counselors with clients by phone or through online video calls. Services are open to individuals of all ages and families that may be feeling the stress of Covid-19 and in need of mental health support. JFS serves peopls of all faiths, races, ages, incomes and abilities. We offer a sliding-fee schedule for those with limited financial resources, and we accept private insurance, self-pay, Medicare, Medicate, and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

Call 720-248-4701 or email centralintake@jewishfamilyservice.org

 

Mental Health Support

Check out our mental health resource website, Calm Lifestyle, for the BTY community.

  • Colorado Crisis Services
    1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255
  • National Suicide Prevention Line
    1-800-273-8255

 

Employment Support

Thrive is a free, faith-based employment support program that offers individualized services and employment workshops on resume writing, interviewing, exploration of available jobs, and more. 

Workshop graduates receive free, year-long employment coaching and have access to an employer partner network with over 200 employers. Thrive is for anyone willing and capable of working who would like to work their way to self-sufficiency and stability through employment. Watch a video testimonial of one graduate's story.

Please visit our website at www.ThriveColorado.org or email info@ThriveColorado.org.

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