Partners of Judaism Your Way
We are privileged to work with many other great Jewish organizations locally and across the country!
Arts and Culture
The Mizel Museum is Denver’s Jewish art and culture museum. As a Jewish cultural institution, the Museum aims to illuminate the multiple perspectives that make up the Jewish experience. The exhibits and programs at the Museum use art and education to explore Jewish culture, history, and viewpoints.
Camp Inc. provides 6th-12th grade campers with a unique Jewish overnight summer camp where they develop community, confidence, leadership, and Jewish identity through hands-on experience in entrepreneurship and business.
Located in Colorado’s magnificent Black Forest, the Ranch Camp provides children entering grades 2-11 with a truly western Jewish experience, creating memories and friendships that last a lifetime.
Camp Ramah is a home away from home for the Colorado Jewish community. We combine a traditional camp, a rustic wilderness program, and a vibrant Jewish life to create an unforgettable experience!
The mission of Shwayder Camp is to provide an environment that enables members of the camp community to create for themselves a meaningful Jewish life
Education and Learning
CAJE’s mission is to make Jewish life sacred through learning. CAJE identifies and endeavors to fill Jewish educational needs in the community, and provides centralized programs and services.
Denver JDS inspires Jewish youth to think critically about the world in which we live, and prepares them for the role they will play in affecting it. As the Rocky Mountain region’s only K-12 community Jewish day school, Denver JDS provides Jewish youth with a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum, a pluralistic, inclusive approach to Judaism and Judaic Studies, and a warm and caring learning environment steeped in Jewish values.
JGSCO helps people to trace their family history by providing programs, support, and guidance to find and use resources from around the world. JGSCO also offers innovate programs and events, including meetings with guest lecturers, field trips to libraries and archives, and beginner workshops.
Kabbalah Experience provides an open, safe and non-judgmental environment for students to learn the teachings of Kabbalah in order to become more spiritually aware, express more fully their creativity and deepen their compassion for themselves and others.
Kevah empowers individuals and organizations to build Jewish learning communities by creating Kevah Groups (micro-communities of 12-18 people) matched to an outstanding Jewish educator.
With internationally acclaimed faculty engaged in cutting-edge research and opportunities to study with leading artists, scholars, and professionals working in the field of Jewish studies, the Program in Jewish Studies offers an innovative and contemporary curriculum designed to provide a strong foundation in cultural education and to connect Jewish thought and text to action and people’s lives.
The Center for Judaic Studies is a vibrant source of in-depth Jewish learning on campus and across Colorado. In addition to being home to faculty experts , CJS hosts annual visiting scholars, performing artists, authors, poets and filmmakers from around the world.
Families and Kids
The Denver and Boulder Jewish Community Centers are vibrant and inclusive family and social gathering places that provide educational, cultural, and recreational programs to serve and strengthen the community, guided by timeless Jewish values.
InterfaithFamily is a resource supporting interfaith couples exploring Jewish life and inclusive Jewish communities. At InterfaithFamily.com, you can find educational content; connections to welcoming organizations, professionals and programs; and resources and trainings for program providers.
JHub is the ultimate place to connect and find out all that’s happening for Jewish teens in Colorado – your source for a teen calendar, links to all things Jewish teen, a newsletter, volunteer opportunities, youth groups, camps, clubs, community and more.
MazelTogether.org offers easy access to information about Jewish life for young families in Greater Denver and Boulder and big discounts to make it easier to try new Jewish experiences and connect with other Jewish families.
At Moving Traditions we believe that when Judaism promotes self-discovery, challenges traditional gender roles, and celebrates a diversity of voices, it has the power to move our teens, our communities, and Judaism forward.
Sign up today for the FREE gift of PJ Library (Jewish Bedtime Stories and Songs)! Families with children ages 6 months to 8 years are eligible to enroll and will receive one book or CD per family per month. Click here to learn more and to enroll your family. PJ Library is a gift from many generous philanthropists and JEWISHcolorado in partnership with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
For Jewish parents welcoming a new baby into their family, we offer caring support, a connection to community resources, a way to meet other new parents, and a gift basket.
Food and Environment
Ekar Farm is a Jewish urban farm dedicated to educating the community about sustainable agriculture practices and food justice, and donating fresh, healthy organic produce to local food banks.
Hazon works to create a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community, and a healthier and more sustaniable world for all.
The voice of the Boulder Jewish community, including news, arts and culture, Jewish life, events, and more.
The mission of JEWISHcolorado is to help build and sustain Jewish life in Colorado, Israel, and around the world, and mobilize the community in times of need.
Jewish Family Service of Colorado believes in strengthening the community by providing vital services to people in need. Every day, JFS helps people overcome life’s challenges to live fuller, more meaningful lives.
Jewish Together – Boulder is a collaboration between 30 Jewish organizations and synagogues working together to strengthen relationships and provide connection for ALL Jews in Boulder County.
Compelled by our guiding principles and values of philanthropy, justice and nondiscrimination, Rose Community Foundation works to enhance the quality of life of the Greater Denver community through its leadership, resources, traditions and values.
Keshet is a grassroots organization with offices in Boston and the Bay Area that works for the full inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Jews in Jewish life. Keshet offers resources, trainings, and technical assistance to create inclusive Jewish communities nationwide.
Kavod Senior Life (formerly Allied Jewish Apartments) provides life-enriching experiences to older adults through a broad range of housing and support services that reflect the spiritual, social, and cultural values of Jewish tradition.
Shalom Cares provides professional healthcare services designed specifically, though not exclusively, for seniors.
The Anti-Defamation League’s mission “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.”
Bend the Arc’s mission is to deeply engage Jews in sustained action that manifests our tradition of working to heal and repair the world, and to create a powerful, widely recognized Jewish voice championing equality and justice for disenfranchised residents of our nation. For info on the local Bend the Arc chapter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Adult/Young Professsional
Hillel of Colorado is the center for Jewish life at Colorado State University (CSU), the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU), and the University of Denver (DU). You can get involved in our growing green initiatives, join an intramural sports team, pursue social action projects, plan parties, explore your spirituality, travel to Israel, and continue your Jewish journey in many different ways.
Moishe House is an open, welcoming home, created and facilitated by a group of 3-5 young adults residents. The residents plan and host a diverse range of religious, cultural, and social events in their home for other young adults in their community, including Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, service programs, and more.
YAD is a program of JEWISHcolorado which engages Jewish adults ages 21-45 in Jewish life through robust programming, personal connections, and by making Colorado an inclusive, meaningful, and vibrant place to be Jewish.
OneTable helps people in their 20s and 30s find, enjoy and share Shabbat dinners to make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. They make it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal, and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out.
There are many local synagogues across various denominations. The following synagogues are ones that we partner with frequently. Please let us know if you’d like additional referrals!
Beth Ami is a welcoming community where we connect to Jewish past, celebrate Jewish present, and link to Jewish future through a humanistic philosophy.
Congregation Beth Evergreen is a creative, inclusive and easy-going Jewish community in Evergreen, Colorado. Affiliated with the Reconstructionist movement, our community celebrates life, education, friendship and Jewish culture through its unique classes, innovative services and nurturing life-cycle events.
B’nai Havurah is an inclusive, participatory Jewish Reconstructionist community that is passionately committed to experiencing Judaism by infusing tradition with renewed meaning in a contemporary American context. We do this through study, worship and joyous practice, social justice, acts of kindness, and connection with the Jewish People.
Congregation Bonai Shalom is an egalitarian synagogue of diverse membership that embraces traditional prayer and practice with openness and creativity. We strive to make a difference in our community and the world by preparing our children for Jewish life, providing adult education, strengthening connections to Israel, and participating in social action projects and green initiatives. Bonai Shalom is affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
Congregation Har Hashem is an inclusive, welcoming community that inspires and supports lifelong Jewish journeys of learning, spirituality and Jewish practice. We are inspired by our tradition to care for one another, our community and our world. Har Hashem is affiliated with Reform Judaism.
Congregation Rodef Shalom is a Conservative synagogue of under 400 families located in Southeast Denver, in the heart of Denver’s Jewish community. Our members represent a cross-section of the population, from our founding senior members, to families with children of all ages, singles and couples with diverse experiences and backgrounds, and many young people seeking connection to the Jewish community.
Hebrew Educational Alliance is a Conservative Jewish congregation dedicated to the belief that Jewish tradition has the power to infuse our lives with meaning and purpose. We are a dynamic and diverse synagogue for anyone – maven and seeker, traditionalist and rebel, young and elder. We are a sacred community working to awaken the spirit and change the world.
Jewish Renewal Community of Boulder – Nevei Kodesh is a warm and welcoming spiritual community for those seeking new ways of experiencing Judaism. While our members have varied levels of Jewish knowledge and observance, we all share a common desire to enrich our lives through Jewish spiritual practice.
Temple Emanuel is the largest and oldest synagogue in the Rocky Mountain region, with 2,000 member households. We emphasize the importance of individuals and strive to integrate new members into the Temple community. We are a Reform congregation, a member of the Union for Reform Judaism, in the mainstream of liberal Judaism.
Temple Micah is a mid-sized Reform congregation located in Park Hill. A progressive synagogue that blends contemporary thought and creativity with tradition, Temple Micah is a community whose minds, hearts and doors are open to anyone who seeks a Jewish manner of connecting to and understanding our world.