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This list is still in the process of being updated. If you do not see your organization here, please contact communitycalendar@jewishcolorado.org.

303-321-3399
300 S. Dahlia St
Denver
CO
80246

A Jewish Response to Addiction & Recovery - Alcoholics Anonymous - Thursdays 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Temple Sinai

All inclusive weekly addiction support groups for individuals and their families suffering from addiction are being held at local synagogues. For info call Bruce 720-626-6356 or Karen 303-229-4620.

720-941-2655
3509 S Glencoe St
Denver
CO
80237

The Aspen Jewish Congregation is an open and inclusive community committed to building relationships and enriching lives in Aspen, the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond. We bring Jewish tradition and learning to life in harmony with the natural beauty of our valley.

970-925-8245
77 Meadowood Drive
Aspen
Colorado
81611

BBYO is the leading pluralistic teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. For more than 80 years, BBYO has provided exceptional identity enrichment and leadership development experiences for hundreds of thousands of Jewish teens. The young women’s division is called BBG (B’nai B’rith Girls), while the young men’s division is AZA (Aleph Zadik Aleph).

Rocky Mountain Region includes:

Denver, CO
Boulder, CO
Colorado Springs, CO
Fort Collins, CO
Vail, CO
Albuquerque, NM

www.bbyo.org
303-355-4900
300 S. Dahlia St., Suite 203
Denver
CO
80246

B’nai Vail Congregation is a growing Jewish community in the beautiful Vail Valley, serving all of Eagle County. Within a supportive environment we seek to provide opportunities for Jewish learning, spiritual development, meaningful Shabbat, holiday services, mutual support and social activities.

B’nai Vail Congregation is intentionally not affiliated with any of the major Jewish movements. We recognize that diversity is inherent in our Jewish tradition, and diversity is welcomed at B'nai Vail. Our services and programs do our best to meet the wide range of Jewish needs – from people raised Conservative or Orthodox to the non-Jewish family members of many of our members.

Most importantly, B'nai Vail Congregation seeks to provide the opportunity for every Jewish person, family and interfaith family to BELONG to our community, so that they may connect with other Jews, regardless of the amount of time they spend in the Vail Valley.

970-477-2992
19 Vail Rd.
Vail
Colorado
81657

Rabbi Benjamin

2981 Bergen Peak Dr.
Evergreen
CO
80437-0415

We’re the only Torah-based high school for girls in the Rocky Mountain West. We’re also known as Bais Yaakov Denver (BYD).

Since 1968 our students from across the United States and from over nine countries around the world have been welcomed into a warm, nurturing and academically rich setting.

Offering each and every girl the foundation for a life imbued with Torah ideals and practiceshas been the consistent hallmark of Bais Yaakov Denver’s educational experience.  Our exceptional graduates combine their academic achievement in addition to raising Jewish families and building and sustaining Torah observant communities.

303-893-1333
5100 West 14th Ave.
Denver
Colorado
80204

Orthodox girls high school, west Denver; Alan Grossman, president; Rabbi Myer J. Schwab, dean; Bruria Schwab, religious studies principal; Esther Melamed, general studies principal. Fax: 303-573-4932

5100 W. 14th Ave.
Denver
CO
80204

The Boulder Jewish Community Center's mission is to provide programs and services based in Jewish values and traditions in a place where people of all ages and backgrounds gather to connect, exchange ideas, learn, and grow together.

303-998-1900
303-447-5936
3800 Kalmia Ave
Boulder
CO
80301

Chabad Jewish Community Center (Roaring Fork Valley) is dedicated to providing every Jew regardless of background, philosophy or level of commitment, an open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish family life.  Chabad serves individuals and families looking for an anchor and non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience.

970-544-3770
970-429-0984
435 West Main Street
Aspen
CO
81611

Rabbi Avraham Mintz

9550 Lone Tree Parkway
Lone Tree
CO
80124

Rabbi Yossi Serebryanski

2205 S. High Street
Denver
CO
80210
We are a small congregation that is friendly, warm, and inviting. Interfaith families are welcome. Our synagogue serves the Northwest Metro area - Arvada, Broomfield, Denver, Erie, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Northglenn, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, and Thornton and other surrounding areas. We would love to meet you.

Congregation B’nai Torah serves an inclusive Reform Jewish Community dedicated to learning, teaching and living a Jewish way of life. We are located in Westminster, Colorado. Our membership is diverse in age and background, allowing us to be dynamic, innovative and flexible. We welcome interfaith and non-traditional families and value the active participation of our members in our educational, ritual and social life. Everyone matters.

(303) 552-0498
3990 West 74th Avenue
Westminster
CO
80030

Humanistic Judaism

We hold High Holidays and Passover at:
Jefferson Unitarian Church
14350 W 32nd Ave.
Golden, CO 80401

720-466-0101
3800 Kalmia Ave.
Boulder
CO
80301

BMH BJ Congregation is the largest Modern Orthodox synagogue in Denver, Colorado. We are the second oldest congregation in the area and just a few years younger than the city of Denver itself. BMH was founded in 1897 while BJ was founded in 1922 and together merged in 1996 making BMH BJ the largest Orthodox Union (OU) affiliated synagogue between Chicago and California.

303-388-4203
303-388-4210
560 S. Monaco Pkwy
Denver
CO
80224

synagogue

303-442-6605
1527 Cherryvale Road
Boulder
Colorado
80303

From the celebration of new life to the saying of Kaddish, Ohr Shalom is your spiritual family for honoring life cycle events as well as the Jewish holy days. Our members, lay leaders and student rabbi assist in the preparation and celebration of Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Confirmations, brit and baby namings, and sitting shiva. During the year, you will enjoy participating in our ritual services, including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover and other events which honor and celebrate the history of our people.

303-709-7050
441 Kennedy Avenue
Grand Junction
Colorado
81501

We are a Conservative synagogue of under 400 families located in Southeast Denver, in the heart of Denver's Jewish community. Our members represent a cross-section of the population, from our founding senior members and older recent residents to Denver, to families with children of all ages, single parents and their families, singles and couples with diverse experiences and backgrounds, and many young people seeking connection to the Jewish community. We are proud to be one of the oldest Conservative congregations in Denver.

303-399-0035
303-399-7623
450 S Kearney Street
Denver
CO
80224

A cornerstone of the Denver Jewish community, our Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School is committed to providing excellence in education in both general and Judaic studies. Our elementary, middle and high school are geared to the unique intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs of our students at each level. We offer a dynamic and challenging education, which includes a rigorous general studies curriculum, an in-depth Judaic and Hebrew course of study, and a strong focus on character and middot development.

Elementary/Middle School: 720-859-6806, High School: 720-941-6433
Elementary/Middle School: 720-859-6847, High School: 720-880-7006
6825 East Alameda Ave.
Denver
Colorado
80224

Co-ed Jewish community day school, grades k-12; Avi Halzel, head of school, CEO; Lisa Reckler Cohn, board chair; Shayna Friedman, director of admissions. Fax: 303-369-0664

2450 S. Wabash St.
Denver
CO
80231
303-388-4013
303-388-6328
430 South Quebec St.
Denver
Colorado
80231

Jewish funerals are unique and deserve the attention of funeral directors dedicated to the continuity and continuation of Jewish tradition. As Denver’s only Jewish Mortuary, we are committed to providing meaningful services and appropriate arrangements in accordance with our tradition.

Since 1936, Feldman Mortuary has been family owned and operated. We are serving the community by our 3rd and 4th generations. You are assured of dealing directly with active and experienced members of the Denver Jewish community who are sincere about the perpetuation of the Jewish faith.

303-322-7764
1673 York St.
Denver
Colorado
80206
303-237-0573
12000 West Colfax Avenue
Lakewood
Colorado
80215

The formative years of the Congregation Hebrew Educational Alliance began with the merger of the Denver Hebrew Institute and the Beth David Sisterhood in 1928. These two groups, organized during the 1920s, were formed to provide a Jewish education for the children of the West Side of Denver, whose families worshiped at a number of small, immigrant synagogues in the neighborhood. For the next four years, funds were raised and a building was erected at the corner of Meade Street and West Colfax Avenue.

On October 25, 1932, the leadership of the H.E.A. gathered at Union Station to greet Rabbi Manuel Laderman, a newly ordained rabbi, and welcome him to the institution that he would lead for almost half a century. From the beginning, Rabbi Laderman insisted that the Hebrew Educational Alliance be a synagogue, and not merely a religious school.

Rabbi Laderman's personality and athletic abilities were a magnet to the youth of the West Side. Over the years, the Alliance flourished and Rabbi Laderman became a major force, not only in the Jewish community, but also in the wider Denver community. Upon Rabbi Laderman's retirement in 1979, Rabbi Daniel Goldberger assumed the leadership of the Alliance. Rabbi Goldberger's stellar reputation attracted many members of the Jewish community to travel across town to affiliate with the Alliance. Under the leadership of the Rabbi, a renewed dynamism came to the Alliance. The religious school grew, new adult educational programs were developed, and though the majority of members had long since moved to east and southeast Denver, the congregation enjoyed fifteen years of stability and success.

Upon Rabbi Goldberger's retirement in 1994, the Alliance formalized its theological transition by its affiliation with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Plans were made to secure the services of a young, Conservative rabbi to not only lead the congregation spiritually, but to help the Alliance physically move from the West Side to southeast Denver.

In August 1994, Rabbi Bruce Dollin assumed the position of rabbi. For two years, the Rabbi, together with the lay leadership of the congregation, made and implemented plans to sell the building on Stuart Street and raise the necessary funds to purchase land and erect a building in southeast Denver. On November 16, 1996, members and friends of the Alliance gathered for their first Shabbat service in the new congregational home. Over this same period, Rabbi Dollin not only lead the physical transition of the Alliance, but also implemented the active participation of women into the worship services of the synagogue.

Under Rabbi Dollin's leadership, the congregation grew to nearly 1,000 households. The number of yearly b'nai mitzvah increased from five or six to over fifty. The Religious School grew from an enrollment of 60 to 200 students, and a Preschool was formed which currently has over 150 students. Three youth groups were initiated and in August 2007, the 6,000 sq. ft. Goldberger Youth Center was opened.

The Alliance of today differs in location, theology and size from the Alliance of the 1930s through 1990s. However, the one continuous quality that has remained consistent throughout these seven decades is the warmth and welcome that has made the Hebrew Educational Alliance the spiritual home for generations of Denver Jews.

(303) 758-9400
(303) 758-9500
3600 S Ivanhoe St.
Denver
Colorado
80237

For nearly six decades, Hillel Academy has been providing exceptional education for Jewish children in Colorado. Whether through the most focused, highest quality Jewish education available or via the nationally-recognized general studies curricula and materials used in some of the finest schools (public and private) in the country, Hillel Academy has enthused generations of Colorado’s Jewish kids with a love of learning, personal growth and education.

303-333-1511
303-333-0296
450 S Hudson St.
Denver
Colorado
80246

Hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, correctional and mental health facilities; Rabbi Eliot J. Baskin, Jewish Community Chaplain. Fax: 303-597-7700

3201 S. Tamarac Dr.
Denver
CO
80231-4394

Outreach for unaffiliated Jews; Rabbi Brian Field; Wendy Aronson, executive director.

600 Grant St., Suite 308
Denver
CO
80203
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Providing life-enriching experiences to older adults through a broad range of housing and support services that reflect the spiritual, social and cultural values of Jewish tradition.

Kavod Senior Life provides:

Senior Living
Assisted Living
Kavod on the Road: Community Events
and more!

Formerly Allied Jewish Apartments

303.399.1146 or 800.659.2656 TTY
22 S. Adams St
Denver
CO
80209-2908
Kohelet is an egalitarian, unaffiliated synagogue located in Central Denver. We do not have a rabbi or cantor. Our mission is to learn, to teach, to care for each other, and to make G-d and Torah part of our lives.

We celebrate weekly Shabbat services upholding traditional practices while adapting modern ways.Members lead services with chanting and singing throughout. We are proud to be a congregation diverse in age range, talents, observance and interests.
Services and all activities are built around volunteer leadership and input from the members. Join us for Shabbat services, Kohelet Talks, High Holidays observance, supper in the Succah, Passover community seder, study opportunities and a host of other ways of learning about and participating
in Jewish tradition and observance.
Shabbat services begin at 9:15 a.m. and an informal potluck dairy lunch follows the service. Membersinclude many young families and childcare is provided.
Our Bar and Bat Mitzvah program is unique as preparation is offered by congregation members. Service leadership and Torah study are part of this meaningful process tailored for each student.
Kohelet has a 35-year history of volunteer participation and leadership. We welcome all looking to participate in and deepen their experience with Judaism. Our building is more like home than an institution and we invite you to join us as we learn together and support each other as a community.

720-301-2282
428 South Forest Street
Denver
CO
80246

Two-year adult course in Jewish studies, adjunct course of Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Sue Parker Gerson, director of education-CAJE

300 S. Dahlia St., Suite 101
Denver
CO
80246
719-238-2115
410 Allegheny Drive
Colorado Springs
Colorado

Breathtaking beauty, attention to detail, precision of halacha (Jewish law). All these elements have gone into making Mikvah Mei Menachem of Boulder a beautiful, inviting and comfortable mikvah.
This Mikvah was started out of a community wide interest in building a Jewish neighborhood, or shtetl. Central to Judaism and thus central to this concept of a neighborhood is the presence of a Mikvah.
Mikvah Mei Menachem is located in the heart of the southern Boulder Jewish neighborhood - but is used and loved by Jews throughout Boulder. We hope this is but the first mikvah built for Boulder’s growing and thriving Jewish community. And if you are just visiting in Boulder please call us for a tour.

303-313-9055
909 14th Street
Boulder
Colorado
80303

The Mikvah of East Denver (MOED) is an inclusive, kosher, and welcoming mikvah open to individuals from all streams of Judaism.

303-320-MOED (6633)
290 South Leyden St.
Denver
Colorado
80224

The Mikvah of Denver, also called the Westside Mikvah has a long and venerable history. The Mikvah was moved from behind the building housing the Historic Lake Steam Baths (still in operation after almost 100 years) to its present location at 1404 Quitman Street, Denver, Colorado 80204 in the mid-1960s.

303-931-1542
1404 Quitman St.
Denver
Colorado
80204

The Mizel Museum is Denver’s Jewish art and culture museum. As a Jewish cultural institution, the Museum aims to illuminate the multiple perspectives that make up the Jewish experience. Our exhibits and programs use art and education to explore Jewish culture, history and viewpoints.

303-394-9993
303-394-1119
400 S. Kearney St.
Denver
CO
80224

Owned by the BMH-BJ Congregation and Operated by the Mount Nebo Memorial Park Trustees.

303-388-4203
11701 East 13th Avenue
Aurora
Colorado
80010

A Jewish Response to Addiction & Recovery - Narcotics Anonymous - Mondays 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Har HaShem

All inclusive weekly addiction support groups for individuals and their families suffering from addiction are being held at local synagogues. For info call Bruce 720-626-6356 or Karen 303-229-4620.

3950 Baseline Rd.
Boulder
CO
80303

The Neshama Center is a nonprofit organization which offers Jewish education and services to the residents of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. We strive to bring Jewish traditions and life cycle celebrations to our community in a way that enriches us spiritually and intellectually in both an open and inviting atmosphere.

970-925-9568
Lower Bullwinkle Rd.
Aspen
CO
81611

A Jewish Response to Addiction & Recovery - Overeaters Anonymous - Mondays 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm - Har HaShem

All inclusive weekly addiction support groups for individuals and their families suffering from addiction are being held at local synagogues. For info call Bruce 720-626-6356 or Karen 303-229-4620.

3950 Baseline Rd.
Boulder
CO
80303

Affiliate of Allied Jewish Apartments, which provides affordable and assisted living for seniors.

22 South Adams
Denver
Co
80209

Sleep-away adventure camp.

303-261-8214
300 S. Dahlia St. #205
Denver
CO
80246
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Celebrating nearly 100 years in the Denver community, the Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center is a vibrant, inclusive family and social gathering place that provides educational, cultural and recreational programs to serve and strengthen the community, guided by timeless Jewish values.

303.399.2660
350 South Dahlia Street
Denver
CO
80246

Community wide rabbinic membership organization; Rabbi Bruce Dollin, president; Betsy Epel, administrator

450 S. Kearney St.
Denver
CO
80224

Rabbi Bernard R. Gerson, Cantor Dr. Saul Rosenthal Rodef Shalom is a conservative synagogue with under 400 families located in southeast Denver, in the heart of Denver's Jewish community. Our members represent a cross-section of the population, from our founding senior members and older recent residents to Denver, to families with children of all ages, single parents and their families, singles and couples with diverse experiences and backgrounds, and many young people seeking connection to the Jewish community. We are proud to be one of the oldest Conservative congregations in Denver.

450 South Kearney St.
Denver
CO
80224

Anita Hill, director. Fax: 303-399-7623

450 S. Kearney St.
Denver
CO
80224

Rose Hill is an Orthodox Jewish cemetery operating since August 25th, 1892 in Colorado. The cemetery serves all Jews throughout the Denver community, regardless of synagogue or temple affiliation.

Office: 303-286-1153, Cemetary: 303-288-1414
6841 East 62nd Avenue
Commerce City
Colorado
80022

Grantmaking in health, education and welfare of women, children and families; Beverly Buck, chair. Fax: 303-398-7430

600 S. Cherry St. Suite 1200
Denver
CO
80246

Grantmaking by Jewish teenagers, grades 9-12; Sarah Indyk. Fax: 303-398-7430

600 S. Cherry St. Suite 1200
Denver
CO
80246

Employment, on-the-job training, vocational skills, job placement, access for people with special needs; mailing services, package and assembly; Arnie Kover, director. Fax: 303-620-9584

2498 W. 2nd Ave
Denver
CO
80223
Sons of Israel Cemetery in Colorado Springs is owned and maintained by Temple Shalom, Colorado Springs.

Sons of Israel Cemetery was established in January 1903 by members of the Sons of Israel Association. The cemetery was incorporated and dedicated as an Orthodox Jewish cemetery under the direction of its initial trustees: Isaac Cahn, Max Safron, Benjamin Rosenberg, M. Behrman and A. Wasserstrom.

In 1975, Sons of Israel Cemetery became the property of Temple Shalom. Today, Sons of Israel Cemetery remains owned and maintained by Temple Shalom and is governed by the Temple's Cemetery Committee and By-Laws. Sons of Israel Cemetery is open to all Jews (born or by conversion).
Sons of Israel Cemetery is located behind city-owned Evergreen Cemetery: 1005 South Hancock Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903.

For information, including the purchase of plots and burial traditions, contact the Temple Office.

7196345311
1005 Hancock Expy
Colorado Springs
Colorado
80903

Temple Beit Torah is a Reform Jewish Synagogue founded in 1992 and located in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado. Temple Beit Torah strives to provide a warm and truly Reform Jewish community. We are committed to strengthening all of our members in their Jewish identity and knowledge.

719-573-0841
522 E. Madison St.
Colorado Springs
Colorado
80907

Temple Emanuel is the largest and oldest synagogue in the Rocky Mountain region, with 2000 member households. Along with our numbers comes a strong sense of community. We emphasize the importance of individuals and strive to integrate new members into the Temple community. We want our members to feel comfortable in the Temple. We are a Reform Congregation in the mainstream of Liberal Judaism. Reform Jews look to our heritage as a repository of wisdom, insight and of numerous possibilities for religious expression.

Our clergy and teachers help guide and teach congregants to create out of their heritage a personally fulfilling expression of their Judaism. We believe Jewish consciousness includes support for the larger Jewish community and for Israel.

Being a Reform Jew means having the responsibility and freedom to seek and to choose the Jewish way of life most comfortable to the individual. Reform Jews embark on a life-long spiritual venture of discovery and reward.

(303) 388-4013
(303) 388-6328
51 Grape Street
Denver
Colorado
80220

Cindy Wolfe, director. Fax: 303-388-6328

51 Grape St
Denver
CO
80220

Temple Israel is unique among restored buildings in the American West. Built in 1884, this frontier synagogue served a surprisingly large and active Jewish community until about 1912.

Although no longer a regular, active synagogue, the building was fully restored by 2008.  A permanent exhibition opened in 2012 that documents pioneer Jewish life with a collection of artifacts about Leadville, its resident Jews, Temple Israel as a synagogue, and life in a mining town in the 1880s and 1890s.

303-709-7050
201 West 4th Street
Leadville
Colorado
80461

We are a mid-sized Reform congregation located in Park Hill, the heart of northeast Denver. A progressive synagogue that blends contemporary thought and creativity with tradition.

303-388-4239
2600 Leyden St.
Denver
CO
80207

Temple Shalom was founded in 1971 in Colorado Springs, Colorado and today is a vibrant congregation which conducts itself according to the principles of both the Reform and Conservative Jewish movements.

Our mission is to promote a spiritually centered community that inspires Jewish values, life and learning. During most weeks, Friday evening worship services are conducted in the Reform tradition and Saturday morning worship is conducted in the Conservative tradition. Temple Shalom is a diverse congregation which includes inter-faith couples and Jews with alternative lifestyles.

719-634-5311
1523 E. Monument St.
Colorado Springs
Colorado
80909
Temple Shalom Colorado Springs owns and maintains a mikvah near the synagogue.

Through the generosity of Louise & Mel Eskanos, Temple Shalom has its own mikvah! While many people may be unfamiliar with a mikvah, this ritual bath is an important and exciting benefit to Temple Shalom members. A mikvah looks similar to a small swimming pool, however, there are many laws, customs and traditions associated with it. The mikvah has several purposes and has been an integral part of Jewish practice for thousands of years.

There are three basic areas where immersion in a mikvah is prescribed by Jewish tradition:

Immersion for women after menstruation so that she and her husband may have intimate relations again.
Immersion as an aspect of conversion to Judaism.
Immersions of pots, dishes and other eating utensils to render them "Kosher."
Previously, the closest available mikvah for our use was in Denver. This was extremely inconvenient for those who used the mikvah on a regular basis or who were undergoing conversion to Judaism. While it is uncommon for a non-orthodox synagogue to own its own mikvah, there is a growing interest among progressive and liberal Jews throughout the country to begin to incorporate the mikvah experience into their Jewish practice. What a wonderful mitzvah! Our congregation is grateful and has been blessed by the generosity of the Louise and Mel Eskanos.

Temple Shalom's mikvah is available for congregational use. If you would like more information about incorporating the mikvah into your life or would like to schedule a visit, contact the Temple Shalom Office.

719-634-5311
1523 E Monument Street
Colorado Springs
Colorado
80909
Temple Shalom Jewish Preschool offers classes for children 2 yrs-Kindergarten

The Temple Shalom Preschool is open to children of all faiths and provides programs and learning opportunities for children ages two through six. The purpose and primary responsibility of Temple Shalom Preschool is to provide a safe, wholesome environment where children enjoy socializing and learning. The preschool is in session from September through May, with classes each morning from 9:15 a.m. through 12:15 p.m. Classes are organized by age, with one class for 2-3 year olds and one class for 3-5 year olds. Individual instruction is given to those students who will be entering kindergarten to ensure the academic prerequisites for kindergarten are in place. Our teachers are highly trained in early childhood education, including art, music and Jewish education.

Children Performing Colorful Class Rooms Colorful Mural In Downstairs School Playground
The preschool program is designed to meet the individual child's needs and to promote growth in the social, emotional, intellectual, physical and creative areas of development. An important aspect of the preschool is to provide a foundation for learning about Jewish life including the Jewish holidays and Jewish traditions. Our program emphasizes the development of a positive Jewish identity through experiences involving Shabbat, Jewish holidays, blessings and values. Shabbat is celebrated each Friday morning as the children make challah to bring home, and as the two classes gather together to say the Shabbat prayers and sing Shabbat songs. Learning about Jewish culture is encouraged through art projects, stories, and songs.

The preschool provides a structured and relaxed environment, with variety and age appropriate challenges for each class. Music instruction is held twice a week in addition to the classroom activities. Special celebrations are held for holidays such as Thanksgiving, Chanukkah, Purim, Passover, and Mother’s Day. Each day at the preschool, the children enjoy a healthy snack, art, literature, free play time, and physical fitness activities on the playground!

Play is a child’s “work” and the basic ingredient of their learning. It is the medium for self- expression by helping each child organize and makes sense of the world. To play is to invent, hypothesize, test, and discover and thus, it provides the most meaningful learning of cognitive concepts and social values. Social skills are not achieved quickly, but rather slowly by learning how to share, cooperate, and empathize with others. Through play experiences, the child learns to initiate and sustain relationships with others, builds trust and emotional maturity, and develops imagination, curiosity, and creativity. At Temple Shalom preschool, we strive to nurture the child's skills and capability, in a fun, engaging way.

1523 E Monument Street
Colorado Springs
Colorado
80909
Temple Shalom, Colorado Springs offers religious school for grades Kindergarten through 7th grade. Classes meet on Sunday and Tuesday evening.

The mission of the Temple Shalom Religious School is to provide an education that will inspire the children to become committed Jewish adults. To achieve this mission, our school curriculum stresses: Customs & Ceremonies; Hebrew Reading; Prayer; Bible/Torah; History; Israel; Current Events; Music; Dance; Shabbat; Tzedakah; Judaic Arts & Crafts; Jewish Holidays; Chanting Torah & Haftarah; Judaism (in all its forms); Ethics; Jewish Law; Comparative Religions; Life Cycle Events and the Jewish Community and World.

Our educational process includes family programs, parent education, holiday enrichment activities, newsletters, speakers and field trips.

We provide classes for children in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. In these classes, Judaism is taught and reinforced in a positive setting. Our Hebrew and Judaic curriculum progresses in a developmentally age-appropriate manner. Children are encouraged to gather the tools necessary for making moral and ethical decisions in order to enrich their own lives as well as that of the community.

Classes take place throughout the school year on Sundays from 9:30 am to noon as well as on Tuesday afternoons from 4:30-6 (grades 3-7); the schedule for students in the 8th-12th grades varies. Registration takes place during August, but new students are welcome throughout the year. Many parents are involved in various aspects of the religious school through participation in the religious school PTO.

719-634-5311 ext 13
1523 E Monument Street
Colorado Springs
Colorado
80909

In beautiful Denver, Colorado, this dynamic Jewish community, affiliated with the Reform movement, celebrates the blessings of our Jewish heritage in a spirit of egalitarian inclusiveness. Our members are friendly and diverse, and we offer wonderful activities for people of all ages and interests. We strive to create a religious home where our members gather, study and worship as Reform Jews in a place of warmth and connectedness. We are a family of families committed to Judaism from generation to generation. Join us for our worship services and our many educational and social events and you will experience the spiritual and intellectual richness of our community.

303-759-1827
303-759-2519
3509 S. Glencoe St.
Denver
Colorado
80237

Social and educational programs, lean-and-learns, home study groups; retreats, holiday events, regardless of affiliation; Rabbi Ahron Y. Wasserman, director; Rabbi Raphael Leban, outreach director. Fax: 303-316-6413

350 S. Dahlia St
Denver
CO
80246

Our Mikvah complex features:

A spa-like women's mikvah, equipped with three luxurious preparation rooms, offering women an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate. Spacious rooms, warm lighting and Jacuzzi bathtubs enhance the pleasurable experience.
A men's mikvah; and
A mikvah for the immersion of vessels.

303.476.6818
9550 E. Belleview Ave.
Greenwood Village
Colorado
80111

UJA Aspen Valley, powered by JEWISHcolorado, secures and enriches a bright Jewish future in the Roaring Fork Valley, Israel and around the world.

303-316-6466
Aspen
Colorado

The Yeshiva Toras Chaim Educational Facility is housed in the spacious former home of the Hebrew Educational Alliance on Stuart and Conejos.  The 60,000 square foot facility includes the beis medrash, a spacious dining hall and auditorium, a state-of-the-art  commercial kitchen, the Yeshiva Book and Gift Center, classrooms and office space.
The Yeshiva dormitory occupies a former apartment building on the corner of Perry and Colfax.  The dorm includes sixteen apartments with between 3 to 5 bedrooms each.  The building also includes a library, communal kitchen area, laundry facilities and an exercise room.

303-629-8200
1555 Stuart St.
Denver
Colorado
80204