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Shabbat Morning Minyan

December 16 @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM MST

Every Shabbat morning we have a lovely service that encourages participation and ruach, a joyous spirit. In addition to the Rabbis, congregants are invited to help lead the service. Opportunities are available for members to read Torah, provide a short drash (message about the Torah portion) and help lead the prayers. If you are interested in leading a part of the service, contact Rabbi Rick Rheins or Rabbi Michael Shields. This service is a fabulous way to celebrate Shabbat and to meet wonderful new friends.

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Date:
December 16
Time:
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
MST
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Venue

Temple Sinai – Abrahams Family Chapel
3509 S Glencoe St
Denver, CO 80237 United States
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Phone
3037591827

Masa

Journey (Reflection, Return and Renewal): Families, educators and children come together to begin a continual journey that implies both struggle and promise. We make time for moments of celebration; regularly gathering for Shabbat, holidays and other important moments.

Masa

Journey (Reflection, Return and Renewal): Families, educators and children come together to begin a continual journey that implies both struggle and promise. We make time for moments of celebration; regularly gathering for Shabbat, holidays and other important moments.

Tikkun Olam

Repair of the World (Responsibility): We recognize our school communities’ responsibility to the world around us. Learn more.

D'rash

Interpretation (Inquiry, Dialogue, and Transmission): By studying together and through joint inquiry and dialogue our community will bond and grow.

Hit'orerut

Awakening (Amazement and Gratitude): Built on children's joy of discovery, their sense of amazement and wonder as a source of energy.

K'dushah

Holiness (Intentionality and Presence): Families come together to appreciate the blessing of having a community.

Tzelem Elokim

Divine Image (Dignity and Potential): Our school community honors everyone’s uniqueness and diversity is celebrated.

B'rit

Covenant (Belonging and Commitment): Families and Temple Sinai Preschool enter into a “covenant” of mutual support with clearly defined, but evolving, obligations and roles.