The Board of Directors oversees our practical operations, including our employees, our building and our budget. But equally important, it holds our unique vision and guides us toward our future, by developing goals and policies consistent with Jewish renewal in Boulder. David Simon, (303) 448‐1441 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Education Committee is responsible for overseeing and supporting the educational needs of our children and the operations of our religious school. It ensures that educational programming transmits a joyful spirituality through an exploration of the beauty and depth of the Jewish tradition.
Email Lolly Gold, (303) 443-4567
The Financial Oversight Committee, which was instrumental with the purchase of our building, is charged with continuing to ensure our financial stability and meeting our obligations.
Kolot, the choir of Nevei Kodesh, leads us and lifts us in prayer through choral music, at different points in the liturgical calendar. Zhenya Gallon, (303) 579-5685 email@example.com
The Kosher Hams have been making us laugh at ourselves since 1994, writing and performing provocative, satirical and humorous plays at services and events throughout the years. Contact David Spiro, (303) 449-6458 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ozna’im, which means “ears,” is a group that meets with Rav Bracha to give her feedback from the congregation and offer other support. Batya Greenwald email@example.com
The Sacred Art Committee plays in many media to beautify our building. Penny Perlman, (303) 541‐9831, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tikkun Olam, repairing the world, is a central tenet of Judaism and Jewish Renewal. Our committee involves us in issues of tzedakah (charity), service and social justice to make the world a better place.
Ellen Brock, Community Table, (303) 817‐2841 email@example.com
Don Koplen, Boulder Homeless Shelter, (303) 667-7471 firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Schwartz, BOHO, (720) 379‐8845 email@example.com