Happy Passover!

Monday, April 14

Community Passover Seder

at Har Shalom


Gathering for Hors D’oeuvres

6:30: Seder

7:15 Buffet Dinner

More Seder Information


Evening Hebrew Classes for Adults

1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm

Contact Naomi Azulai or call 713-834-5835

Har Shalom Religious School

Shalom Yeladim (ages 4-7)

Contact Jennifer Bayer

Conscious Community

Mussar Study

1st & 3rd Thursdays

Contact  Judith Vanderryn


Membership Renewal 

We began our 2013-2014 dues cycle on July 1.  Dues cover our day-to-day operating expenses and programs.  If you have not renewed your membership, please submit your renewal form today.  Click here for a renwal form.

To ensure our members receive their URJ benefits we are requesting these as soon as possible.

Membership dues are the major source of revenue at Har Shalom. Dues cover our day-to-day operating expenses and programs. If you have not renewed your membership, please send in your renewal form today



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  1. *Vhavi-einu l'shalom mei-arba kanfot ha'aretz, v'tolicheiniu kom'miyut l'artzeinu ...

     Gather us in peace from the four corners of the earth and lead us upright to our land...”

     (Ahava Rabah prayer taken from our morning liturgy)


The circle on our website represents wholeness.  The circle is separated into four quadrants similar to the  four worlds in kabbalah:

  1. yetzirah (formation/emotion) = congregation

  2. atzilut (emanation/spirit) = spirituality

  3. assiyah (construction/action) = social action in our community

  4. beriyah(creation/intellect) = education

The quadrants come together in four corners, symbolizing our location in the Four Corners Region of the United States.

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