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).
Kabbalat Shabbat Experience: Grateful Dead is Friday, October 28
On fourth Fridays, B’nai Havurah offers an all-ages Shabbat experience that includes ritual, food, singing, camaraderie, and shared community. Welcome Shabbat with Rabbi Evette and B’nai Havurah’s Kabbalat Shabbat Experience, a music-filled, all-ages celebration. At 6:30 pm, Hal Aqua and fellow Lost Tribe musicians lead a musical journey through the themes of the Friday night service, followed at 7:30 pm by communal candlelighting, Kiddush and Motzi.
October's Kabbalat Shabbat is:
Grateful Dead Shabbat
Friday, October 28, 6:30 - 7:30 pm, B'nai Havurah
Welcome shabbat with the tribal tunes and communal good vibes of the legendary Grateful Dead...and bring your dancing shoes.Click here for additional information and to view future Kabbaat Shabbat Experiences! Join us at Sylvi's Kitchen following candelighting, Kiddush and Motzi. Registration requested for dinner: .Click here
Join us on November 12 for our Annual Event!
4th Annual Fundraising Dinner, Dance and Auction
Join us as we celebrate the people, purpose and programs of B'nai Havurah
Park Hill Golf Course
Enjoy a sumptuous buffet, auction, and dancing with CMDance Professionals. Have a rockin' good time as you are treated to a swing and lindy hop performance -- then get on that dance floor and learn how to do it! BRING YOUR DANCING SHOES!
To learn more and reserve your seat or table, click here.
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B'nai Israel Trip - March 20, 2017
Join Hal Aqua & Rabbi Evette Lutman as B'nai Havurah returns to Israel on another transforming journey to the Jewish homeland. This will be an off-the-beaten-path trip, giving you the chance to engage with various populations in Israel, including Jews from both the secular and religious communities, Druze, Bedouin, Arab-Israelis, Palestinians and African Refugees.
You’ll engage your senses through art, food and the sights and sounds of Israel. If this will be your first time in Israel, you’ll understand the feeling of members who went on the trip in 2015, all agreeing that it was a profound and transforming experience, with a surprising spiritual component. If you are returning to Israel with B’nai Havurah, we'll show you an Israel you haven't seen before. Come make this Jewish journey with us!
To view the full itinerary and to register, click here.
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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.