Sunday, December 14, 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
It's time to break out your lucky dreidle and join your friends for some Chanukah fun!
There will be sugar cookie decorating, latke making (and eating), dreidle playing, and many many Judaic items for shopping. You'll find jewelry and craft sets and candles and menorah and clothes -- all for sale. And if you have items to sell, you are welcome too. Contact Michelle for details.
Wednesday, December 17, 8:30 PM
Join the Jewish community on the Second Night of Chanukah for a real basketball fan treat when the Denver Nuggets take on the Houston Rockets at the Pepsi Center.
Every ticket for the night will include a “Chanukah with the Nuggets” shirt and we have lots of fun activities planned for the family’s coming out, including a Menorah Lighting on the Pepsi Center Court, a Latke v Hamentashen Debate, and even an arts and crafts room for the younger kids that will be open until halftime.
"Children of Life"
Our small, vibrant, and growing congregation serves the Reform Jewish communities of southwest Denver, Littleton, Lakewood, Highlands Ranch, the Ken Caryl area and the nearby foothills.
Our synagogue offers a warm and caring place for study, worship, and community under the leadership of Cantor Kim Harris.
Please browse our website to learn more about us: Worship Services, Religious School, Youth Group, membership, calendar, and directions and contact info.
And join us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bnaichaim
B'nai Chaim offers several adult Hebrew classes:
Beginner and One Level Up from Aleph Bet -- Taught by Sandy at the Temple on Sundays from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM and/or Wednesday. The books used are the "Aleph Isn't Tough" series (1-5) by Linda Motzkin. It is available on Amazon. The class usually follows the Religious School schedule, but different arrangements are occasionally made, so please stay in touch with Sandy.
Please note: A $36 contribution to Religious School is requested as tuition, and students need to buy their own books.
Who among us is so busy that he or she cannot spend 10 minutes a day in the study of a Jewish text? Just 10 minutes? Such a commitment would enable us to meet our Jewish obligation to make Jewish study a fixed occurrence. We make time to answer our cell phones a dozen times a day and to check our email five times an hour...