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The Denver Kehillah stresses inclusivity

East Denver’s vibrant Jewish landscape is going through another growth spurt, evidenced by the recent expansion of the East Denver Eruv, current reconstruction of the Mikvah of East Denver and the formation of some new synagogues, most notably the Denver Kehillah. From just an idea in April of this year to now attracting 60 member units, the Denver Kehillah is a modern Orthodox congregation with an emphasis on both words — modern and Orthodox. Denver Kehillah President Dr. Noah Makovsky says the shul began in April with meetings of “like-minded individuals thinking about the way we live our lives Jewishly — individually and communally — and how we see the future of our Modern Orthodox Jewish community. Many of us who had these similar ideas […]
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