Havurot and Groups
At the core of Jewish renewal, a havurah is a small group of individuals and families who celebrate, play and pray together. Havurot (plural) provide a more intimate experience than is possible in our larger congregation. Each havurah has a unique focus. Some of our Beit Sefer Chadash families also form small affinity/ social groups on their own.
Below are a list of current havurot and other small groups. They are usually open to new members although at times they are full.
Babies and Buddies: Join us for meaningful and engaging gatherings where young families and expecting parents discover, explore and celebrate Jewish life. We meet once a month to share in music, stories, and hands-on activities, while also exploring the deeper and mystical meanings of Jewish holidays and teachings and sharing ideas on how to incorporate Jewish spiritual practices into our busy family lives. All levels of observance, interfaith families, and different lifestyles are honored. Great way to meet other families of young children! Open to members and guests.
Led by Patrice Spitz, Rabbinic Pastor student and mom. For info, contact email@example.com or call Patrice at 303-459-4521. $10 per session. Nevei Kodesh, 3269 28th St.Sign up through Mazeltot.org for a discount.
Tribe 13: Our gay/bi/lesbian/trans havurah. Contact: Zhenya Gallon
Fourth Friday Havurah Style Shabbat: Welcome in Shabbat in an intimate setting. Small teaching and vegetarian potluck dinner. Members take turns leading. Nevei Kodesh, 3269 28th St. Please bring a dish to shre.
Other groups form depending on members' interest. Please let us know if you'd like to help start a new group. Contact Dena Gitterman.