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2020 Member Information Form

Thank you for taking the time to complete this form!

To support our efforts to fully engage all of our members and update our records, we request that you complete this form by February 15, 2020. 

 Please click here to download and print this form if you wish to complete the form by hand and mail it to B'nai Havurah.​​​​​​​

 

HOUSEHOLD ADDRESS
FIRST ADULT MEMBER

ABOUT YOU (First Adult Member)
Please indicate if you are retired.
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No worries if you did not have a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or if you are not Jewish. Simply leave this field blank.

SECOND ADULT MEMBER
(If applicable)
About You (Second Adult Member)
Please indicate if you are retired.
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FOR FIRST AND/OR SECOND ADULT MEMBER

Havurot at B'nai Havurah

A havurah (fellowship, plural is Havurot) usually consists of between 5 and 15 households who meet on a regular basis for Jewish-oriented activities. They come together to study, commune, celebrate Shabbat, holidays, and lifecycle events and do “Jewish” things in the context of a supportive community which exists beyond the conventional congregation. Each Havurah meets usually once a month for programs established in advance by their members.

An example of an affinity group might be a Shabbat Hiking or Biking Club. An example of a havurah with a special interest is Havurah B'kavod Jose Diaz whose members focus on the prevention of gun violence. 
Did you know…..Denver’s first Reconstructionist Havurah was formed as a study group by just six couples as a result of an appearance at an Institute by Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, the director of the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation and son-in-law of Mordecai Kaplan. The havurah concept grew in popularity, and by 1969, four havurot were formed. Today, B’nai Havurah has more than 25 Havurot.
CHILDREN
Please list child's full name, gender, date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy) and Hebrew name
Please list child's full name, gender, date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy) and Hebrew name
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
There should be plenty of room in the space provided above. If you would rather arrange a phone call or visit with  a member of our Board of Trustees, a committee chair or a staff member, please call or email Becky Epstein at 303-388-441 ext. 15 or exec@bnaihavurah.org.
YAHRZEITS

If you already have your yahrzeits in your member profile on ShulCloud, there is no need to complete this section. If you need help viewing yahrzeits entered in Your account, please let us know and we will assist you. 

The name of your loved one will be mentioned before the Mourner's Kaddish during Shabbat service on the Saturday prior to their yahrzeit date. On the eve of a yahrzeit date, it is customary to light a candle to replenish the light missing when a soul departs from this world.

According to tradition, members observing a yahrzeit are welcome and encouraged to sponsor an Oneg Shabbat. It is also our tradition tfor those observing a yahrzeit to say a few words about their loved one prior to the Oneg Shabbat. By gathering together, learning about the good works of those who have passed, and sharing a meal, we strengthen our community.

To sponsor an Oneg Shabbat, please contact the B'nai Havurah office three to four weeks in advance. We make every effort to accommodate each sponsor's requests and budget. The B'nai community benefits a great deal from the many Oneg Shabbat sponsorships we receive throughout the year—we appreciation your support!

 


Including B’nai Havurah with a gift in your will, trust, retirement account, or life insurance policy ensures that B’nai will continue for future generations. If you would like to talk about our B’nai Chai Legacy Club or if you have already included B’nai Havurah in your plans but have not yet turned in a form, please contact the office!

 

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