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NEW PLACE, NEW TIME, NEW FACES FOR OUR APRIL 4 SEDER... Note this change of plan for Temple Micah's Community Passover Seder! The Micah community will gather with B'nai Havurah at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 4 for a combined seder led by Rabbis Evette Lutman and Adam Morris with Hal Aqua, musician, at Rodef Shalom, 450 S. Kearney St., Denver. Reserve and pay now if you haven't yet, or by Monday, March 30. The seder dinner will be presented by Mark Millenson Catering. To find out more about the new plan, click this seder link or ask Elaine Lee, 303-388-4239 x1. Also, inquire about a MazelTot.org discount for expectant parents or families with a child younger than 5.

ORDER AND INSCRIBE HIGH HOLY DAYS PRAYER BOOKS... Donate new prayer books with personalized inscriptions to Temple Micah for High Holy Days! Thanks to the 2015 B'nai Mitzvah Class for promoting this project and to everyone who already has made contributions toward the prayer books. Order and inscription requests are still being accepted to help meet the temple goal of having a plentiful set of the new liturgy for holiday services this fall. Cost is $30 per book. Click this prayer book link today!

SHOP WITH A 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 won't change prices of items you buy. So, go ahead and buy some more! The more you shop, the more Temple Micah will gain. Wonder how to proceed on this spree? Call 303-388-4239.

REMEMBER THESE CARDS?... Make sure King Soopers reloadable cards bought from Temple Micah are always with you! Click the link above to buy your cards from Temple Micah at $10 each. Or request yours through the Dues & Contributions tab at top of this homepage, click Make a Donation, then Other Amount to specify your dollars and type "for King Soopers cards." Call 303-388-4239 x2, if you have questions.

INTERFAITH FOOD DRIVE... Temple Micah and Park Hill United Methodist Church are collecting nonperishables Saturday, March 21-Sunday, March 29 in their shared space at 5209 Montview Blvd. Donation barrels are in the Coffee Bar area. MOST NEEDED: bottled juice, canned fruit/veggies/soup, pasta sauce, protein (tuna, chicken, peanut butter). This opportunity to alleviate hunger in a season when food donations are typically low and slow, is part of the Easter/Passover Denver Community Food Drive, organized by Jewish Family Service through its Weinberg Food Pantry for people of diverse faiths.

CREATING! COMMUNITY, COCKTAILS and the MICAH COOKBOOK... Temple Micah's Spring Event, Saturday, April 11, 6-9 p.m., Helikon Gallery, RiNo

Enjoy an evening of warm camaraderie, thirst-quenching cocktails, sumptuous noshes and swinging live music featuring Hal Aqua, his daughter, Annie, and Ben Cohen. There are many ways to get involved -- attend the event, sponsor the Micah cookbook, donate to the silent auction and/or volunteer to help. Click to learn all the details. Tickets are available online for $45/person.

CONNECT WITH THE MICAH e-MAILBOX...  See what's going on this March and each month in Temple Micah's e-newsletter/blog! It's your connection to "all things Micah." Need accommodations to participate at Temple Micah? Please contact the temple, 303-388-4239, to let us know. Every feasible effort is made to meet such requests.

WHAT'S UP AT RELIGIOUS SCHOOL... CLICK HERE! Learn lots more about Temple Micah's religious school and adult Hebrew classes too from Bethany Friedlander, educator, 303-388-4239 x4.

WHAT'S THAT ABOUT MISHPACHA!... Curious about Temple Micah's alternative education route for families? LEARN ABOUT MISHPACHA! 

SEARCHING FOR A PLACE TO BELONG?... Find out how to become a Micah member from Elaine Lee, 303-388-4239 x1.  


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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.