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October 19, 2022
Shabbat Service October 22 at 9:45 a.m.
In-Person at Kohelet
or Virtual via Zoom
Bereshit: Torah Discussion - Deanne Kapnik
Let's Koffee Klatch together on
Tues, October 25 at 10:00 a.m.

Shmooze over a great cuppa joe with your favorite Koheletans, and support a worthwhile cause.

DIRT Coffee, whose mission is to support workers with disabilities, has opened up a new shop on the old Johnson and Wales campus (now Mosaic Community Campus), 1785 Quebec, Bldg. 8.

And the Parnes family likes it a lot. And we like the Parnes family a lot.
To all of you who work at that hour, take a well-deserved coffee break with us!

There's plenty of parking just off of 17th and Quebec.

Call or email Robyn if you need directions.
The weekend of October 20 through 23, Green Sabbath will be co-hosting the first ever international Green Sabbath Weekend. Across the world, friends and organizations will come together to co-create and co-host local events that promote a universal day of rest for ourselves, our communities, and most of all, for our beloved Mother Earth. Read more in the invitation here
The Kohelet Talks Jewish Celtic Harp concert was a success, and we loved listening to Star’s beautiful harp music.

Thanks to all who attended and to everyone who helped make it happen. (Especially Io Loechell!)
with Neiel Baronberg

"We continue our learning and are immediately apprised that Wisdom is Calling. Wisdom, created at the beginning by God and having incorporating prudence, understanding, , discernment and knowledge. We are encouraged to be patience as we acquire this gift but we will surely be rewarded."

Read this week's installment HERE.
The Holocaust Awareness Institute at Center for Judaic Studies has teamed up with PBS12 and others to present a community conversation:
"The U.S. and the Holocaust": Screening & Panel discussion of the acclaimed documentary by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein 

Join us for a panel discussion with
CJS Director Adam Rovner
Estelle Nadel, a Holocaust survivor
Pamela Roth, the daughter of Holocaust survivors
Todd Hennessy, co-founder of Colorado Holocaust Educators
Dan Leshem, Jewish Colorado
Kristen Blessman, PBS12 General Manager

Opening remarks by Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser.  
Regis University, Mountain View Room
33333 Regis Boulevard Denver, CO 80221

Attendance is free and open to the public! Please register here: 
If you’d like updates about The Denver Kehillah and their activities, here is a link to their website. On that site you can also sign up for their newsletter.
Here are ways you can contribute to Kohelet and our congregation.

There are committee openings in many areas, including holiday planning. We need you!

There are still many weeks with no one to lead the Torah discussion! We need you for that, too!
Ever have a week where you do not receive the Wednesday newsletter or the weekly Shabbat Zoom link? You can now access these any time on the Kohelet website.  Click here and bookmark the page for future reference.
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