Ayeka – “Where Are You?”

Judaism Your Way, in partnership with the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School, presents Ayeka: Bringing God into Our Relationships, offering Jews and their loved ones an opportunity to explore and deepen our own unique relationship with God. Ayeka means “Where are you?” No Jewish, religious or Hebrew knowledge is required. Facilitated by Rabbi Brian Field, Ayeka will take place on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 p.m., October 5 through November 30, at the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education, 300 S. Dahlia, Suite 100, Denver. The October 5 opening session, “A Taste of Ayeka,” is presented free of charge and with no obligation to continue. Registration is required and for more information please contact us at askus@judaismyourway.org or 303-320-6185. There is a $100 fee for participating in the remaining sessions.

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