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Welcome To Rodef Shalom!

We are a vibrant and family-friendly Conservative, egalitarian synagogue located in the heart of the Jewish community in Denver. We are proud to be one of the oldest Conservative congregations in Denver. 

Our name Rodef Shalom  means "pursuit of peace", which speaks to our dream of a community where all Jews come together as a single entity. In that spirit, we welcome all guests would wish to join us. 

We're proud to represent a cross-section of the Jewish population, from our founding senior members and older recent residents 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 feature a dynamic egalitarian Conservative philosophy that serves as the foundation for our services as a house of prayer, a house of learning and a community. We are committed to expressing our Jewish identities through spiritual, educational, and social moments of communal connection and personal growth.

 

Share your Simchas, Milestones and Achievements with your Rodef Shalom Family!

Will you be celebrating an anniversary of your Bar or Bat Mitzvah this year? What about an anniversary ending in a "5" or "10"? Will someone in your family earn a degree, have a baby or mark any other important milestones this year?

Why not consider allowing your Rodef Shalom family to share in your joy by sponsoring a Kiddush on Shabbat? Click here to find out more.

Upcoming Events

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      Exploring Israel Through Multiple Lenses

    Friday, Nov 3rd 5:45p to 8:30p
    This session will be facilitated by Dr. Julie Lieber, Director of Education at Kevah and her session will be called, "Competing Visions of Early Zionism" $10.00 pp

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      Kadima goes to Spider Monkey

    Sunday, Nov 5th 3:00p to 5:30p
    Spider Monkey Extreme Air sports-Trampoline Park Trampolines, ninja obstacle courses, Extreme Dodgeball, and so much more!

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      Sisterhood Shabbat

    Shabbat, Nov 11th 9:30a to 12:00p
    November 11th, Sisterhood Shabbat: Sisterhood members will be participating in the morning service and Sue Gerson will speak after the Torah Service; Sisterhood will also sponsor a delicious enhanced Kiddush. If you want to participate in the sanctuary morning service with an Aliyah or Torah honor, please contact Judy Fishman at judyfishman10@gmail.com

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      Curious About Cannabis?

    Sunday, Nov 12th 11:00a to 12:00p
    Learn about the cannabis industry and how different types of cannabis are used from David Spitz of Kind Love.

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      Exploring Israel Through Multiple Lenses

    Friday, Dec 1st 5:45p to 8:30p
    This session will be facilitated by Ben Levy, Director of Judaic Studies at Denver Jewish Day School and his session will be called, "Key Events in Israel 1915-1950" $10.00 pp

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Now Offering Infant Care!

Rodef Shalom Early Childhood Education Center offers a nurturing play-based environment, small class sizes and highly qualified teachers. For more information, to schedule a tour, or to enroll, please visit our Preschool pages.

  • Infant Room - Starting at 2 months
  • Classrooms - 12 months through Pre-K
  • Early Care and Extended Care program

Tot Shabbat

Join Tefillah Toucan and a great group of friends and family for the funnest Shabbat morning programming in Denver.

Bring your little ones for some fun with friends while we sing our way through Shabbat - and be ready for a super Shabbat story.

Join us every Shabbat at 11:15 am!

Bingo

Play Bingo every Sunday at 11:30 am at the Turn of the Century bingo hall located at 1921 South Havana Street (Havana and Jewell). 

We need 6-8 volunteers each session. No experience necessary. Come have fun and help Rodef Shalom raise $$.

For more information or to volunteer please visit our Bingo page.

Tanakh & Tabloids

A community study forum led by Rabbi Gerson in the Rodef Shalom Library. Sessions are divided into two, half-hour components. 

Reading and discussion of a chapter of the Tanakh (Bible) in English, and discussion of timely and relevant news stories. No charge and no reservations are required.

 

Sun, October 22 2017 2 Cheshvan 5778