Judaism Your Way's Mission

Judaism Your Way's mission is to offer innovative opportunities to connect Jewishly for all Jews and loved ones. Wherever you are on your Jewish journey, we'll meet you there.

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Weddings

Judaism Your Way offers a warm, welcoming, and inclusive approach to personalized wedding ceremonies.

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B'nai Mitzvah Ceremonies

Our Open Tent B’nai Mitzvah program is a two-year experience that celebrates your student’s coming of age

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Baby Naming Ceremonies

Welcoming a new baby into the community with a naming ceremony can be a family’s first spiritual experience together.

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What do our participants have to say about us?

Testimonials

The JYW concept is very fresh and refreshing. The organization and people are very engaging, friendly and bright. The services were both traditional and contemporary. The staff was helpful and nice. The entire experience was a 10 on a scale of 10.

These services are not just recitation of prayers. They draw you in spiritually through the varied music, give you much to think about, and make you feel a part of the service. You are included, not just an observer.

[JYW services] are welcoming, inclusive and the outdoor setting is intoxicating and amplifies the service. The services make Judaism accessible and understandable. At the same time, the history and depth of study are not forgotten. The teamwork is also clear and is part of the warmth of the service. It even transfers to knowing that there is a group inside having an equally fulfilling experience.

[JYW services] are welcoming, inclusive and the outdoor setting is intoxicating and amplifies the service. The services make Judaism accessible and understandable. At the same time, the history and depth of study are not forgotten. The teamwork is also clear and is part of the warmth of the service. It even transfers to knowing that there is a group inside having an equally fulfilling experience.

My 6 year old daughter cried at the second recitation of Kol Nidre. When I asked her what was wrong she said, "nothing, mommy, the song is just making me cry." I hugged her and told I understood. We walked the rest of the way through Cheesman Park to our new home in Denver in silence, holding hands, pushing her brother in his stroller all the while smiling, feeling peaceful and ease with ourselves, with nature and with G-d.

Cool things
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Engagement statistics
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  • 2003 – Year founded.
  • 2004 – 1st High Holy Day services: 14 people in attendance
  • 2016 – High Holy Day services: 5,625 people in attendance
  • Number of duplicated people served since 2003: 20,000
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Interfaith Couple Weddings
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Upcoming Events

Musical Shabbat Experience

March 2, 2018

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