Learning is a fundamental component of an engaged Jewish life.
Sometimes people feel undernourished by their Jewish education experiences. Many people who come through our doors tell us they know there’s more to Judaism than what they’ve learned as kids, but they’re also intimidated by what they don’t know. Or daunted by how much it seems like one is supposed to know to feel “entitled” to walk through a Jewish door.
At Judaism Your Way, the goal of our adult education programs is to help people discover their own voices within Judaism, to figure out what their way is – in terms of what they believe, what they will do, and what roles Judaism will play in their lives. We offer Judaism as a resource, not a prescription.
Open Tent: Jewish Spirituality Courses
JYW’s Open Tent Jewish Spirituality Courses provide adults with the opportunity to explore Judaism on their own terms. Coming this spring, we will offer two new classes: Mysteries of Winter and Spring – Exploring Tu B’Shevat, Purim, Passover, and Shavuot with Rabbi Brian Field and Compassion and Justice – Jewish Spiritual Tools for Social Action with Caryn Aviv. Click here for more information on the course with Rabbi Brian Field. Click here to sign up for our mailing list and be notified when more information and registration for Caryn Aviv’s course is available.
We regularly hold classes and workshops in advance of holidays, giving participants the opportunity to deepen their holiday experience, or explore a new aspect of the holiday. Click here for more information on “Mysteries of Winter and Spring,” Rabbi Brian Field’s course about the upcoming Jewish holidays. Click here to sign up for our mailing list to be contacted about future programming.
Community Your Way
An opportunity to meet new people and connect with the JYW community by joining a small group/Havurah.
There are three groups currently operating in Denver: an Arts & Culture group that attends concerts, plays, movies, and galleries; a Shabbat Potluck havurah that meets once a month to celebrate Shabbat at a different member’s home; and a Jewish Renewal minyan. To sign up for any of these groups, click here.
Interfaith Couples Groups
Click here to sign up for our mailing list and stay in touch about future opportunities for interfaith couples programs.