Jewish religious education
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Bernard Zion Lande, the grandson of early Denver Jewish pioneer Zion Wolf Karsh, was born in Denver, Colorado, on July 11, 1927. Lande grew up on Denver's west side and attended the Hebrew Educational Alliance. While still in his teens, he helped to found the Jewish Youth Council, and in 1947 he attended the Brandeis Camp in California, where he gained his first exposure to the philosophies of the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. Lande received a master's degree in social psychology from...
Overview Also known as Bais Yaakov Denver (BYD), Beth Jacob High School was founded in 1968 to provide young women with a Judaic and secular education. Collection contains a DVD titled ''Ripples in the Water'' and a book ''Beth Jacob High School of Denver 40th Anniversary Tribute Journal'' related to Beth Jacob High School from 2008.
Overview Copy of a photograph of B'nai Emunah Religious School Commencement Excercises from Spring 1957 with Larry Mizel in the first row, thrid from left. Boys are wearing white suit jackets & shirts and black bowties & panst while the girls are wearing light colored dresses. Picture is taken in the Synagogue.
File — Box B181.01.0001: Series B181.01; Series B181.02 [U186023259018]
Overview This collection contains materials related to Rabbi William S. Friedman and intentionally assembled by Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries. Friedman was the leader of Temple Emanuel (Denver, Colorado) from 1889 to 1939; he was involved in a number of religious and secular activities in the Denver community. He died in California in 1944 and is buried in Emanuel (Fairmount) Cemetery in Denver. Materials in the collection include newspaper clippings, correspondence, one...
Overview Collection contains press releases, newspaper clippings, correspondence, annual reports, degree program information, publications, Religious Advisory Council, Voices of Discovery, mailing list, Gay and Lesbian Fund, press, intertexts, leadership team, Public Good Committee, and conference materials related to the Scholars Program at the University of Denver.
Overview The Hebrew Educational Alliance was founded in 1932 and became the largest congregation on Denver's west side. The Hebrew Educational Alliance was created as a result of the ''alliance'' between the Beth David Hebrew School Sisterhood and Brotherhood, and the Denver Hebrew Institute. The combined synagogue and Hebrew School was organized along Orthodox lines. On October 25, 1932, Rabbi Manuel Laderman arrived in Denver to serve as the first Rabbi of the Hebrew Educational Alliance. In 1994,...