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Adult Education During Musaf
(after the Rabbi’s sermon) on Saturdays
Talmud with David Richman
Sundays, 8:50 a.m., no charge (RESUMES SEPTEMBER 10)
Saturdays, ~1:30—3:00 a.m., no charge, Library
Lunch & Learn Short Story
Discussion Wednesdays, Noon–1:00 p.m., Library. Contact Naomi for readings, dairy brown bag lunch if desired.
Practice and learn Israeli Dancing, Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m.. Contact Joan Saliman, email@example.com, 303/759‐5549. There is a small charge.
|Feldenkrais with Shira Salzberg
Every Friday, 10:00 a.m.
Feldenkrais developed this method to help him heal from a knee injury, using gentle movement and focused awareness. Cost: $10/class, $40 pass for 5 classes, $75 pass for 10 classes (this pass may also be used for yoga classes).
Studying and Storying Torah: guided by Cherie Karo Schwartz: Storyteller, Author and Educator
Every Friday, 11:00 a.m.
“Turn it and turn it again”, says Reb ben Bag Bag. Come on a weekly journey into the parasha ha shavuah to explore the inner stories of Torah. One word can lead to opening worlds of meaning, and one line can lead to powerful connections. This program, in English, will let you discover with each other ancient interpretations, new insights and personal connections to our never-ending story of Torah. Jewish stories may be interwoven within the sessions. Come with open eyes and ready to receive: from Sinai and from each other. Cost: Members:
$8/class, $35 for a 5 punch pass, $60 for a 10 punch pass.
$10/class, $45 for a 5 punch pass, $80 for a 10 punch pass.
Conversational Hebrew with Sherry Grinsteiner-12 sessions
Wednesdays: September 6, 13, 27, October 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 29
September 6 – November 29, beginners 6:45 p.m., Intermediate, 7:45 p.m.
Cost: Beginners or Intermediate only: $100; Both classes: $130. RSVP to Naomi.
Advanced Class for Hebrew Reading
Sunday, 10:45 a.m., beginning October 22, Room #105
This class is for students who have already completed a beginning Hebrew class. It will also provide an excellent review for those who have taken the class in the past. The 6-week (one hour) class provides a review of an introductory class as well as a review for students who have taken an advanced class in the past. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn to read from the prayer book. Emphasis will be on the Friday night and Saturday morning prayers. Students will work in small groups and with the instructor to ensure plenty of practice time. Daily practice time outside of class is necessary to be successful. Cost: $50 tuition, $3 materials ($53 total cost). RSVP to Judi Marcus firstname.lastname@example.org, 303/755-2882.
Beginning Hebrew Reading
Wednesday, 6:45 – 7:45 p.m, beginning October 18, Room #105
Designed for the novice, this 8-week (1 hour) class provides the opportunity to learn to read Hebrew with accuracy and ease. Between classes, the instructor will be available by phone to answer questions and to help with reading practice. This class may be used as a stepping stone to Prayer Book reading and/or Hebrew conversation. (A 5-week Prayer Book class will be offered immediately following the conclusion of the beginning class.) Limited to 15 students. Cost: $65. RSVP to Judi Marcus email@example.com, 303/755-2882.
|Lulov and Etrog Sets: $50/set. Orders are due by Monday, September 18. Purchase HERE or email Naomi.
|Book of Samuel II Study
Third Sunday of every month: September 17, 6:30 p.m.
Taught by Martin Sicker, Library, no charge.
Adult Education During Musaf
High Holiday Services Thursday, September 21—
- Turning and Returning Tales:
A Study of Stories for Rosh Hashanah, with Storyteller Cherie Karo Schwartz, Bethany
Drawing from our richly storied Jewish tradition, come
engage with tales from around the Jewish world on the themes of Rosh Hashanah. We will read, hear, and explore several stories which illuminate our experience of the High Holidays, showing varied worldwide minhagim (customs), rituals, and experiences. Come with a listening heart, and leave with stories you can share with family and friends.
Friday, September 22 —
- Understanding Prayer Through Movement with Shira Salzberg, HEA
A gentle, focused, movement class based on the method developed by Moshe Feldenkrais. Shira Salzberg uses the Feldenkrais method to help bring greater understanding of the prayers. This class will be done in chairs, so High
Holiday attire is appropriate.
- Jewish Meditation with Rabbi Anat Moskowitz, Bethany
Saturday, September 30 (Yom Kippur) —
- Text study with Martin Sicker, HEA
|HEA Community Tashlich Hike
Sunday, September 24, 10:00 a.m.-noon
Join the HEA community for a wonderful Tashlich Hike at Lair O’ The Bear. Bring a picnic lunch along and spend the day in the Beautiful foothills. We will have a short, meaningful Tashlich service, a decadent New Years snack, and then break into hiking groups based on age and ability. Click HERE to register.
|HEA Sukkot and Shabbat Dinner
Friday, October 6, 6:30 p.m.
Join us for soup, brisket and chicken in the sukkah.
Cost: $20/adult (15+), $15/child 4-14, under 4 free.
RSVP by Friday, September 29, to Naomi.
|Sukkah Pop-up at Stanley Market
Sunday, October 8 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Sukkot is going on the road. Don’t miss our Pop-up Sukkah event at Stanley Market, Denver’s best food and shopping destination. We will be there all day with music, crafts, and much more!
|HEA Family Connection Simchat Torah celebration and Supper
Thursday, October 12, 4:45-7:00 p.m.
Family Simchat Torah celebration and pasta dinner! Take advantage one last chance to eat in the beautiful HEA Sukkah. Don't miss our family Simchat Torah celebration and dinner, while still getting your kids to bed on time!
$5/ Children +3,
Under 3 free.
Click HERE to register.
|Please call the office if you or a loved one needs accommodations to participate in any programs or events.
HEA Family Connection
HEA Family Connection engages Jewish families with children ages 2-10 (PS – 3rd grade) in meaningful Jewish experiences that enhance their family life, foster Jewish identity, create lasting community, and deepen their connection to HEA. Click HERE.
Creating a community of caring at the HEA
To volunteer for any of the opportunities listed below contact Naomi Kirshner at nkirshner@HEAdenver.org or 303-758-9400 x213
Hesed Society Meal Train
Cook for and deliver meals to people with short term needs. Kosher or non-kosher kitchens okay.
Hesed Meal Train Coordinators
We need 6-12 people to each take a month to coordinate arranging for meals as needed. This will all done by email. Joyce Perlmutter, Assistant to the Rabbis, would contact you when meals are needed.
Shiva Minyan Leaders
We need people throughout the Metro Denver area to lead shiva minyans when clergy are not able. Great familiarity with services is necessary, further training will be provided.
Shiva Minyan Makers
Periodically there are not enough adults to form a minyan at a shiva home. We need people throughout the Metro Denver area who are willing to be on call to help make a minyan.
Shiva Minyan Set Up
On rare occasions a family or individual needs assistance setting up their home for shiva minyans and for visitation after burial. Must have daytime availability.
Calling one of our most senior members every Friday to wish them a Shabbat Shalom.
Bikur Holim—Visiting the sick
Volunteers would spend time with members who are in need of visitors. This may be a long-term commitment, for example with a homebound person, or a shorter-term commitment, for example with someone in a rehabilitation center. This is a selective process entailing meeting with the rabbis and mandatory trainings.
Tikkun Olam-Repairing the world: Social action at the HEA
Contact Naomi Kirshner at nkirshner@HEAdenver.org or 303-758-9400 x213 for more information.
Rabbi Gruenwald's Rosh Hashanah Sermon: Hineini – Embracing the Moment and One Another