Rabbi Adam Morris
Rabbi Adam Morris began his rabbinical career in 1994 as assistant rabbi at The Temple in Nashville, Tenn., followed by associate rabbi at Temple Beth El in Charlotte, N.C. His next assignment took him even deeper south, all the way to Temple Beit Shalom in Adelaide, South Australia, where he served as rabbi from 1999-2001. After a stint as Judaic studies principal at The Davis Academy in Atlanta, “Rabbi Mo” moved to Colorado to join Temple Micah as rabbi in 2003.
“Temple Micah is a place that not only lets me be myself but honors who I am and challenges me to continue doing so,” he says.
Rabbi Mo believes his role as rabbi is to “help the Micah community pursue understanding, connection and meaning by engaging them in Jewish traditions and sharing the wisdom Judaism offers.” He appreciates and emulates the congregation’s collective desire to “walk humbly, amongst one another and the world-at-large.”
When he’s not writing sermons, counseling Micah members or schmoozing with students in Temple Micah’s religious school, Rabbi Mo can be found woodworking, running in a marathon or spending time with his family.
Kelli Theis joined Temple Micah as Executive Director in 2017 to provide administrative leadership for the community by supervising and directing the operational, financial and programmatic functions of the synagogue while working in partnership with the Rabbi and the Board of Directors to implement the strategic goals of the community.
"I like being able to work with the dedicated staff and lay leadership. It's important to me to work for an organization that I am passionate about and one that can benefit from my years of experience.”
Before rejoining the Temple Micah staff, Kelli was the Executive Director at Hillel of Colorado and has 25 years of corporate experience with Qwest, MCI Telecommunications, and New York Life. She’s also held roles as the Religious School Director and Religious School Teacher at Temple Micah.
In her free time, Kelli loves to travel and discover new places and revisit places she already knows and loves. Most recently she traveled to New Zealand, and she visits the south of France often. She’s been to Israel several times and looks forward to another visit. She is on the board of the Rocky Mountain Arts Association and Healthy LifeStars.
Kelli is married and has two children in college. She also has three tiny furkids: two Portuguese Podengos and the cutest little Pom mix. They are her constant companions at home. Recently, Kelli has been making updates to her 112-year-old Park Hill home that she and her family have lived in for 20 years.
Amy Krivel is our Director of Religious Education and joined the Temple Micah staff in 2018.
A native of Denver, Amy went to CSU for undergrad and taught high school in Honduras for 3 years.
Amy will be developing and leading Micah's Religious School and Mishpacha! programs and is excited to be working in Jewish education.
She's been inspired by the Micah community who she says has, "embraced and welcomed me with warmth."
In her free time, Amy enjoys running, cycling and teaching group fitness classes. She somehow manages to find time for reading, travel and playing with her two dogs.