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Synagogues -- Colorado -- Denver

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:

Rodef Shalom Records

Identifier: B231
Abstract Congregation Rodef Shalom is a Conservative Congregation in Denver, CO. The collection contains copies of sermons, Torah study materials, directories and planners, materials from the 1973 Midwest Region United Synagogue Convention, 25th anniversary celebration, stained glass dedication and other Miscellaneous documents relating to Rodef Shalom. The collection also contains one folder of materials relating to the Rodef Shalom Sisterhood which includes calendars, ephemera, roster and meeting...
Dates: 1962-1987

Rodef Shalom Sisterhood Luncheon, 1981 May 14

Identifier: B098.01.0004.00071

Each president of the Rodef Shalom Sisterhood recalled her term in office, tape ran out during recording so some past presidents were not recorded. Also includes songs from past shows of the Rodef Shalom Players.

Dates: 1981 May 14

Temple Sinai (Denver, CO.), 2005

Identifier: B132.01.0001.0015
Scope and Contents

File contains published article "In the Beginning: The First Years of Temple Sinai" by Arlen Ambrose, from the Temple Sinai Archives Committee in Denver, CO. from September 2005.

Dates: 2005

Temple Sinai Slides

Identifier: B259

Temple Sinai is a Reform Synagogue in Denver founded by Rabbi Raymond Zwerin in 1967. It is located at 3509 S. Glencoe Street. Collection contains slides, negatives, and architectural negatives from Temple Sinai. Several slides of Rabbi Zwerin from about age 3 on, Zwerin family photographs, photos of Temple events and construction.

Dates: circa 1940-1987

TRI-Sulom Congregation Records

Identifier: B373

The Talmudic Research Institute (TRI-Sulom Congregation) was an orthodox Chasidic synagogue and study center organized by Rabbi B. C. Shloime Twerski in 1970. He was succeeded in 1981 by his son Rabbi Mordecai D. Twerski. Rabbi Mordecai Twerski led the TRI-Sulom until returning to New York in 2000. The records consist of three annual fundraising dinner journals.

Dates: 1984-1991

Zera Abraham and Chevra Shaas (Denver, CO.), 1889- 2004

Identifier: B115.01.0001.0019
Abstract Congregation Zera Abraham (The Seed of Abraham) was organized on strictly orthodox lines, was founded in 1887 by a group of Russian Jews from the unsuccessful agricultural colony of Cotopaxi in southwestern Colorado. Ed Grimes served as president and Mecheeol Solomon was the secretary. There was a Mikvah (ritual bath) at the rear of the property. The first Rabbi, David Radinsky, graduated from the Rabbinical College at Kovno, Lithuania. The Chevra Shaas of Denver was established in 1893 by...
Dates: 1889- 2004