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Welcome Visitors! - Shabbat Services Registration

We are so excited to meet you! If you are new and coming to Rodef Shalom for the first time (and not in our database) we ask that you fill out this simple registration before coming to services. One form is required for each person attending. Please bring your COVID vaccination card to present when you arrive at shul. Vaccination is required for those ages 5 and up. Masks are required when inside the building. We look forward to welcoming you to our wonderful community. 

Click here to register for Services.

 

Virtually Connected - Services & Learning

During this unprecedented time, when community comfort is of the utmost importance, we are creating various points of connection using a combination of in-person offerings and technological tools that are currently available. We welcome you at our services and classes. Please email for the full schedule available.

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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 who 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 strive to be inclusive and accommodate special needs.

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.

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Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat
 
  • 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan
 
  • 4:30pm Passport to Jewish Learning
  • 11:15am Camp Shabbat
  • 11:15am Mini Minyan
  • 11:15am Tot Shabbat
 
  • 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan
 
  • 4:30pm Passport to Jewish Learning
 
  • 11:00am Tanakah and Tabloids
 
  • 11:15am Camp Shabbat
  • 11:15am Mini Minyan
  • 11:15am Tot Shabbat
 
  • 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan
 
  • 4:30pm Passport to Jewish Learning
  • 7:00pm Finance Committee
 
  • 11:00am Tanakah and Tabloids
  • 11:15am Camp Shabbat
  • 11:15am Mini Minyan
  • 11:15am Tot Shabbat
 
  • 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan
 
  • 7:00pm Board Meeting
 
  • 4:30pm Passport to Jewish Learning
 
  • 11:00am Tanakah and Tabloids
 
  • 11:15am Camp Shabbat
  • 11:15am Mini Minyan
  • 11:15am Tot Shabbat
  • 11:15am Family Service
 
  • 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan
 
  • 4:30pm Passport to Jewish Learning
 
  • 11:00am Tanakah and Tabloids
 
  • 3:30pm Hazak Book Group - Synagogue Library
 
  • 11:15am Camp Shabbat
  • 11:15am Mini Minyan
  • 11:15am Tot Shabbat
 
  • 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan
 
  • 4:30pm Passport to Jewish Learning
 
  • 11:00am Tanakah and Tabloids
 
  • 11:15am Camp Shabbat
  • 11:15am Mini Minyan
  • 11:15am Tot Shabbat

 

Mi Sheberach or a Mazel Tov?

Do you have a Mi Sheberach or a Mazel Tov that you want to be added to our Shabbat list?
Please contact Josh Gold, or call  at (303) 399-0035.

Sat, January 22 2022 20 Shevat 5782