We want to know about your journey to Judaism. Everyone’s path is different and we thought it would help our community to learn about those different stories. Let’s face it, we live in the diaspora of the diaspora so one common item we all have is how difficult it is to belong. Eli has interviewed a number of people and made zoom videos and we’d like to add your story as well. [Something about being fun/positive]
We stream both services and Sunday chats. To make it easier to find we have put a link on the website. You can find it by clicking on Web Cam in the Qucik Links block on the upper left of the home page, or you can find it in the menu under Home->Wec Cam. Once you click on that link you’ll be taken to a page that has one more link to click on to get to the Nest website where the streaming is hosted. Please note if you go there when we are not streaming you’ll see a message that the feed may no longer be public. Don’t worry, just come back when we are online. Thanks.
This is for PC/Mac only – you’ll need the Dropcam app to access on a smartphone or tablet. Contact Marty for details.
Temple Or Hadash is continuing its campership program to help member families send their kids to a Reform Jewish summer camp.
Download the application form in the Member Files area (Home/Member Files)! Contact Brooke, Willie or Leah for more information.
Join us for a Taste of Judaism.
Everyone is welcome. You don’t have to be Jewish to be curious. But you do have to register so we can save you a seat! Enjoy three weekly classes on the modern Jewish take on spirituality, values, and community. Our classes are dynamic and interactive; our teachers are accessible, fun, and can answer any and all of your questions. It’s free and consists of three classes (Oct 22nd, 29th, and Nov 5th). Contact Leah Schaer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please join us for the High Holidays. All are welcome.
Rosh Hashanah Eve (24th) 7-9pm, with child care at the Senior Center
Rosh Hashanah Morning(25th) 10am-noon, with child care, at the Senior Center
2-3pm, Tashlich Service at the Spring Creek Park (West end)
Yom Kippur – Kol Nidre (Oct 3rd) 7-9pm, with child care, at the Senior Center
Yom Kippur (Oct 4th) 10am-6:30pm, with child care, at the Senior Center
Break the Fast (6:30-8pm) at the Senior Center
Jun 29, 2014 – 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Denver Jewish Community Center, Denver, CO
Ticket Prices Increase Saturday. Get your ticket now!
Advanced registration prices: $20/adult – $10 ages 8-17/students – free for ages 7 and younger
If your family has at least one child under the age of 5, or you are expectant parents interested in exploring Judaism, your entire family can come for FREE by registering through Mazel Tot.