Tu B'shevat Seder with Dinner
To register, go here or call our office at 303-388-4441.
Rabbi Evette Delivers Benediction at the Governor's Inauguration
Rabbi Evette, delivered the benediction at Governor Hickenlooper's Inauguration on Tuesday, January 13 to hundreds on the steps of the State capital.
Listen to the Rabbi's benediction by clicking her photo, below. To read more about the Inauguration, go here.
Welcome to B'nai Havurah in Denver, Colorado!
We are an inclusive, participatory Jewish Reconstructionist community (Kehillah) that is passionately committed to experiencing Judaism by infusing tradition with renewed meaning in a contemporary American context. We do this through study (Torah), worship and joyous practice (Avodah), social justice (Tikkun Olam), acts of kindness (Gemilut Hasidim) and connection with the Jewish People (Am Israel).
2015 Membership Renewal Form
It has been a great year for us and a terrific time to be a member! B'nai Havurah's members have benefited from a full array of community-building and educational programs and services including parent-tot classes, Talmud study with Rabbi Evette, Family and Community Education Days, card making, Musical Kabbalat Shabbats, our innovative and Recon-ethno Religious School, Drumming Circle, Tikkun Olam grant opportunities, meaningful and participatory High Holy Day services, parenting classes, book club, our People Making a Difference Film Series, and more.
Please renew your membership no later than January 15, 2015. For 3-step online, quick and easy process, go here. For a paper form (for download and sending in, go here)
Thank you for giving your time, your creativity, your wisdom, your energy, and your financial support to sustain and grow our community in 2015 and beyond!
Interested in becoming a member at B'nai Havurah learning more about B'nai Havurah? Think you may wish to become a member? Please call email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 303-388-4441. We'd love to hear from you!
Special Programs and Educational Opportunities
Go here to view our Fall 2014 Classes and Programs.
Stay tuned for our brochure of 2015 Classes and Programs - coming soon. In the meantime: See the right hand side bar for classes and below for more.
Saturday, February, 12:3 - 1:3 pm, B'nai Havurah
After Oneg Shabbat, our very own Miriam Rosenblum, who is a bee keeper and an excellent maker of baklava, is going to talk about the Bee Safe Neighborhood Initiative. This initiative encourages people to avoid use of pesticides on their trees, lawn, and gardens that are destructive to bees. She will describe the vital importance of bees in our food chain, the destructive impact of certain pesticides on bee colonies, and what she and her neighbors are doing to counteract destructive pesticides.
The Crypto-Jewish Legacy; What it Means to the Rest of Us - click here
Thursday, February 19, 20157:00 PM - 9:00 PMB'nai Havurah
Grocery Gift Cards are an easy way to support B'nai Havurah!
The B’nai Havurah Grocery Gift Card Program is a great way to support our programs and services. The program is FREE to you and you support B’nai Havurah with every purchase of groceries you make! With each grocery purchase (and we all shop, right??) B'nai Havurah receives a percentage. For additional information and to order your card(s), click here. to order your card online. Go 2/3 of the way down the page and you will find the grocery artwork and registration form!
B'nai Blueprint: A community-wide construction from foundation to completion (long range planning!)
The Blueprint Committee is pleased to report that construction of the B’nai Blueprint (Strategic Plan) has progressed steadily with the assistance of more than 50 volunteers. These dedicated volunteers provided input and expertise as task force members in 7 identified Key Result Areas (KRAs). For more information.
To see how YOU might get involved, click here.
Do you wonder where B’nai Havurah will be 50 years from now?
Consider including B'nai Havurah in your estate plans.
B'nai Chai Live On Legacy members help ensure that our Reconstructionist legacy continues for our children and our children's children. Help guarantee that all we have inherited and all we have built will continue to enrich our community for generations to come. If you have already included a gift to B’nai Havurah in your planned giving, please let us know as well! For more information, please go here.