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8th Top Latke Taste-off & Hanukkah Party
 
Arden Pearl Roll of Remembrance
 
Community Conversations
 
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High Holy Days Childcare
 
King Soopers Grocery/Gas Reloadable Cards
 
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New High Holy Days Prayer Books: Temple Micah 2015 B'nai Mitzvah Class Project
 
Order & Inscribe New High Holy Days Prayer Books
 
Pay Online for 2016-2017/5777 Religious School Fees
 
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Pay Your Religious School Fees
 
RS Reg
 
Securing Our Stories: Purchasing and Restoring Our New Torah Scroll
 
Shabbat Dinner - 1.8.10
 
Sign up for TEMPLE MICAH'S GOLF TOURNAMENT
 
SIGN-UP ON THIS WEBPAGE IS NOW CLOSED; YOU CAN REGISTER AT THE EVENT OR CONTACT 303-388-4239 x1 WITH QUESTIONS. Run, Walk, Schmooze! -- Temple Micah's Timeless Tribute to Rabbi's 10-Year Sprint
 
Simchat Torah Rocks! catered dinner from Noodles & Co.
 
Temple Micah 2016 Community Passover Seder Friday, April 22, 2016, 6:00 pm WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS
 
TEMPLE MICAH'S RICK RECHT CONCERT: SATURDAY, MARCH 21 -- Online ticket sales are now CLOSED! (You can still pay at door of this event with check or cash.)
 
THE ART OF COMMUNITY, Saturday, March 4, 2017, 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Walker Fine Arts, 300 West 11th Ave. #A, in Denver's historic Golden Triangle neighborhood
 
WELCOME TO HIGH HOLY DAYS WITH TEMPLE MICAH!
 
WELCOME TO THE MICAH SOCK HOP
 
Yom Ha'Atzmaut Celebration of Israel


 

Statement of Purpose: Temple Micah is a friendly, inclusive Reform Jewish congregation in Denver, led by Rabbi Adam Morris. The congregation's mission statement invites members and other supporters to "Do justly. Love mercy. Walk humbly." (Micah 6:8).

 

Address: 5209 Montview Blvd., Denver, CO 80207
Phone Number: 303.388.4239
Fax: 303.377.4816
Email Address: office@micahdenver.org
Web Site: www.micahdenver.org

 

 

 

Key Personnel: Adam Morris, Rabbi
Brenda Bruno, Executive Director
Sarah Rovner, Educator

 

Founded: 1950s
Community Served: Temple Micah draws its Jewish and interfaith family members, including individuals in the process of choosing Judaism, from the entire metro Denver area.
Associated Guilds: Temple Micah is affliated with the Union for Reform Judaism.

 

Ongoing Projects: Temple Micah offers High Holy Days services & Jewish holiday observances year-round, Friday & Saturday Shabbat services, age-appropriate Jewish learning opportunities, community social action projects, cultural & social gatherings, pastoral guidance & care, life-cycle events

 

 

Accomplishments: Temple Micah is an endearing & enduring Jewish congregation, serving an extended community of members & other supporters for more than half a century.