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Interest Groups

These groups form and change based on community interest. Interested in joining any of these groups? Complete our interest form!

Active/Retired Military - Get to know other active and retired military members who are also Temple members. Meet for coffee. Take a walk. Find a common topic that can be discussed about your time in or after your service.

Adult Ski Group - Grab your skis and poles to head to the slopes with some buddies for a day of skiing! All skill levels welcome.

Book Club - Join us on the last Wednesday of the month to discuss interesting books of various types. Book club meets in the Sisterhood Lounge at 5:30pm.

Chai Riders - This is an inclusive and welcoming motorcycle group and we invite ALL riders, at all levels and with all bike types, to participate.

Classical Music - Mozart. Beethoven. Bach. Classical music can be exciting, absorbing, emotionally moving, inspiring, challenging, thought-provoking, and often simply astonishing. Join other classical music enthusiast to enjoy the symphony, a string quartet, a concerto, or a sonata.  

Dog Lovers - Our Bark Bunch is meant for those who love their fur-babies! We will meet up for walks, exchange ideas on training, nutrition, and behavior.

Flick Friends - Watch movies independently and then meet once per month to discuss the movies, share stories, and have a great time.

Hiking - Our hiking group meets once a month at different trail heads to explore the trail together. All levels of hikers are welcome.

Knitting - Meet, mingle, trade yarns and make new friends with the Knitting Group.

LGBTQIA+ - This group ensures all members feel heard and represented. To ensure we uphold our commitment to being inclusive and accessible to our community. Join us for social meet ups, play dates and fun gatherings.

Mitzvah Corps - Mitzvah Corps brings together congregation members interested in volunteering together throughout the year. The group will meet once a month either at Temple, or at a non-profit location; and projects may include preparing meals, making blankets, visiting with seniors, planting and harvesting, or packing supplies, among many other possibilities. If you are interested in participating or would like to suggest or coordinate a project, please contact Sarah Goldblatt or Trina Reisch.

Newcomer to Denver Group - Are you new to Denver and looking for places to go and people to hang out with? This group is for you!  With so many people moving to Denver, we are looking to form groups of people in similar demographics who want to enjoy Denver with you!

Social Justice/Social Action - What keeps YOU up at night? Do you have an interest in reproductive rights, food insecurity, civil rights, voting rights or separation of church and state? With the myriad of social justice issues this group might be right for you. We feel that we have a responsibility to continue to be a full participant in our Denver area community by offering our input from a Jewish perspective.

Vegetarian and Plant-Based Potluck Group - Bring your friends, family, and anyone you know that may be interested in sharing a vegan and gluten-free meal. This is a no-judgment, supportive, and inclusive group -- for anyone interested in learning more about plant-based or gluten-free diets to get together and share a great meal and some recipes!

Wine Tasting - Join us for a wine country experience from your living room or a friend's.

Traditional Groups

These groups are ongoing with a permanent structure.


Sisterhood provides an opportunity for women to make a connection with other Jewish women within our Temple community. Sisterhood members connect spiritually, culturally and intellectually through social events, Shabbat retreats and services, fundraising activities and Jewish experiences. Sisterhood supports all youth of the congregation through monthly Young Family Shabbat Experience worship services (formerly Tot Shabbat), Religious School support and connections to college youth.

Whether you are single or married, with or without children, born Jewish, a Jew by Choice or a non-Jew married to someone who is Jewish...without you, we are one woman short. We invite YOU to join us!

More information and to join Sisterhood

Donate to the Sisterhood Flower Fund


Brotherhood provides a place for the men of Temple to get to know each other and help enrich our synagogue and the greater Denver community. Although we are perhaps best known for our Sunday lox and bagel brunches where we host a speaker and provide breakfast, we are a lot more than that. Among other things, we oversee two college scholarship funds, conduct an annual blood drive, sponsor a team in the citywide synagogue softball league, organize trips to professional sporting events, work on Habitat for Humanity builds, run the grill to provide food at the Mitzvah Day and Fall Back to School BBQs, and sponsor an award called the Milstein Award for the Outstanding Male Confirmand. Most of our events are open to the entire Temple community. We are always looking for new members.

Join or learn more.

Kavod on the Road (Senior Programs)

Kavod On The Road partners with synagogues and agencies across the Denver metro area bringing programs and services to Jewish community ageless adults from 50 to 100 years. All are invited to join us regardless of institutional affiliation. Together partnering with area agencies, synagogues, and community centers, Kavod on the Road offers programming, activities, and education. We also partner to offer quality and unique resources, including an annual conference, monthly community publications, and support for grassroots programs.

Learn more about Kavod on the Road at their website.

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