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MICAH AT A GLANCE

START YOUR YEAR AND MAKE THE MOST OF IT WITH TEMPLE MICAH!

High Holy Days RESERVATIONS AND DONATIONS are suggested for non-member guests

2014 Arden Pearl Roll of Remembrance MEMORIAL TRIBUTES must be completed by members or guests by Thursday, Sept. 25 (Rosh Hashanah) for inclusion on Yom Kippur.

CHILDCARE must be reserved in advance, if desired for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Check Temple Micah's High Holy Days Schedule for more information, or call 303-388-4239 x1. L'Shana Tova (for a good year)!

SEARCHING FOR A PLACE TO BELONG? TAKE ANOTHER STEP... Whether you're new to the area, just visiting, returning yet again to try Temple Micah or ready and committed to help shape this congregation to satisfy your soul, if any of that describes you, Temple Micah would love to hear from you! Find out how to become a Micah member from  Elaine Lee, 303-388-4239 x1.

WELCOME A SOMALI FAMILY... Thanks to the initiative of Hannah Walker, Temple Micah is the first synagogue to partner with Ecumenical Refugee and Immigration Services in resettling a refugee family. The mom, dad and three children are expected to arrive in Colorado this November or possibly sooner. How to help provide furnishings, clothes, other basics or give your time? Sign up now! Questions? Call the temple, 303-388-4239 x2.

GET ON YOUR AMAZON SMILE!... Go to smile.amazon.com and pick "Congregation Micah in Denver." Then 0.5% (half of one percent) of your Amazon purchases will go to the temple. Choosing the temple to benefit from your purchases doesn't change prices of the items you buy. Get going on the Amazon site, or call Temple Micah, 303-388-4239, if you need more advice.

MAKE A GOOD HABIT... Let King Soopers reloadable cards bought from Temple Micah become your healthful habit. Before you buy gas or shop for groceries, remember to buy and reload the cards, available from Temple Micah at $10 each. Request yours through this website, or ask Brenda Bruno, 303-388-4239 x2. Every purchase of or with these cards helps Temple Micah. Start now or keep using a card, and enjoy this wholesome habit! 




CONNECT WITH THE MICAH e-MAILBOX... See our High Holy Days edition and more each month in Temple Micah's e-newsletter/blog!

WHAT'S NEW WITH 2014-2015 RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS IN KINDERGARTEN THROUGH B'NAI MITZVAH?... CLICK HERE!

Learn lots more about Temple Micah's religious school and adult Hebrew classes too from Bethany Friedlander, educator, 303-388-4239 x4. She'll be happy to tell you.

Curious about what's happening with Temple Micah's alternative education route for families? LEARN ABOUT MISHPACHA! If your family is interested in participating in this expanding program, be sure to let Rabbi Adam Morris know, 303-388-4239 x3.

AFTER HIGH HOLY DAYS UNROLL OUR SCROLL... Simchat Torah Rocks with the Jam Band at 7:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17 at Temple Micah, 5209 Montview Blvd. Take this moment to embrace and be embraced by text and tunes, as congregants mark the finish and start-up again of the year-round Torah-reading cycle. Come on over to jam with the Micah community! Young, older or in between, your age is okay to engage with the Torah.    

FIND YOURSELF WITH THE MICAH COMMUNITY... Temple Micah moved into a larger building at the start of 2014 and is exploring potentialities of this new partnership with Park Hill United Methodist Church at 5209 Montview Blvd., Denver, CO 80207. One way to support the Micah Move-Over is to contribute toward moving costs or items for the temple's
new home. Take a look at
Micah on the Move

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Welcome to Temple Micah!

We are a mid-sized Reform congregation located in Park Hill, the heart of northeast Denver. A progressive synagogue that blends contemporary thought and creativity with tradition, Temple Micah is a community whose minds, hearts and doors are open to anyone who seeks a Jewish manner of connecting to and understanding our world. Our doors stand proudly open to all...whether you have a traditional or not so traditional background; whether you choose to partner with someone of your own or of the opposite gender; whether you are a family of many or of one; whether you are a family where all are Jews or only some.

The diverse environment of Temple Micah invites those seeking a spiritual home to channel the Divine and also those searching for enlightenment about contemporary and ancient Jewish thought. Others may seek a safe and loving environment to nurture children who are just beginning an exciting spiritual journey. And some wish to increase their knowledge about the world at our intriguing classes and discussions where the sky is the limit.

Whatever your beliefs, Rabbi Morris and other congregants will embrace your sensibilities, and also challenge them with sermons and discussions that open the mind and the heart to countless possibilities. We warmly invite you to join our congregation for a Shabbat service, a Torah study session, or another event here at Temple Micah; to discover our fulfilling and distinctively holistic approach to Judaism.

So come. Wrap yourself in the tallit of Jewish heritage. Familiarize yourself with our community and with our uniqueness, as you experience the traditional, yet dynamic style of Temple Micah.



Temple Micah is a Reform Jewish congregation. For more information on Reform Judaism, check out the Union for Reform Judaism's website, www.urj.org.