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Community-Wide Women’s Rosh Hodesh: a Spiritual Tune-Up
Sunday, March 30, 2014 • 28 Adar II 57742:30 PM - 6:30 PMTemple Emanuel.51 S. Grape Street
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Friday, Oct 28th 11:30a to 1:00p
"Mordecai M. Kaplan, founder of the Jewish Reconstructionist movement, is the only rabbi to have been excommunicated by the Orthodox rabbinical establishment in America. Kaplan was indeed a radical, rejecting such fundamental Jewish beliefs as the concept of the chosen people and a supernatural God. Although he valued the Jewish community and was a committed Zionist, his primary concern was the spiritual fulfillment of the individual. Drawing on Kaplan's 27-volume diary, Mel Scult describes the development
Friday, Oct 28th 6:30p to 8:30p
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. October 28 - Grateful Dead Shabbat November 25 - Second Night Thanksgiving January 27 - Blues & Gospel Shabbat
Friday, Oct 28th 8:00p to 9:30p
DINNER AT SYLVI'S KITCHEN AFTER SERVICES AND KIDDUSH AT B'NAI HAVURAH: For those who wish, we will be meeting at Sylive's Kitchen at CitySet for dinner and comradery at 8:00 pm. Silvi's Kitchen is located at 686 S. Colorado Blvd. (at the NE intersection of Cherry Creek Drive South and Colorado Blvd.). Please register below to let us know you will be joining us for dinner. We have an option for members and purchase a $25 gift card (or several cards)which will be given to you at the restaurant or at B'
Shabbat, Oct 29th 9:30a to 12:00p
Sunday, Oct 30th 12:30p to 1:30p
In this 5-session class we’ll look at Israel’s cultural development through the kaleido- scope of popular Israeli music. We’ll see different approaches to serving in the army, desire for peace, for a girlfriend, for a family. We’ll look at the use of metaphor and language. Israeli pop music is sung in the same language as our Torah, making the lyrics fascinating in and of themselves. Add melody and rhythm and the message really takes on life.
Sunday, Oct 30th 6:00p to 7:30p
Israel Trip Informational Meeting with Rabbi Evette Sunday, October 30, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Wednesday, Nov 2nd 5:45p to 6:30p
Want to sharpen your Hebrew skills or just remember what an Alef looks like? Drop in for some skill building in our Adult Hebrew Lab. This class is recommended as a follow up to the Hebrew-in-a-Day Marathon. Registration required, below. No cost for members and Hebrew Marathon students (past and future); $36 for the session for guests.
Wednesday, Nov 2nd 6:30p to 7:45p
Our Torah has been chanted aloud throughout history from marketplaces and synagogues. But how does the reader know what melody goes with what words? Learn to unlock the music embedded in our Torah. Registration required, below. Advanced beginner Hebrew skills needed. This class is a requirement for the adult b’nai mitzvah study group. No cost for members, $54 for the session for guests. Materials fee for members and guests is $36 (includes notebook, musical notation and CD).
Shabbat, Nov 5th 9:30a to 12:00p
Shabbat, Nov 5th 12:15p to 2:15p
OK, so you’ve heard of the Cairo Geniza — but how about the Lakewood Geniza? Just what is geniza, anyway? And why are there two? Well, there aren’t really two — there are probably thousands, in every place where Jews write or print the name of God. What do we do with those materials? What does halakhah say we should do? Do we need to reconstruct those rules? Join us as we explore the world of genizot.
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If you would like to sponsor a kiddush in memory of a loved one or to celebrate a joyous occasion such as an anniversary or birthday please contact the office at 303-388-4441. We accommodate all budgets and are most grateful for your support.