Join lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied Jews, our families, and friends as Keshet celebrates Passover!

6th Annual Queer Seder April 17th in Denver

Join lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied Jews, our families, and friends as Keshet celebrates Passover at Colorado’s 6th Annual Queer Seder!  On Thursday, April 17th, the doors will open at 5:30 pm, with a 6:00 pm start at Temple Emanuel in Denver, 51 Grape St. This is an ADA-accessible location and ASL interpretation will be available.

Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for students, teens, low-income and FREE for children under 12. Cost includes a full seder meal, dessert, wine, and beverages. Jewish dietary laws will be observed, and vegetarian/vegan and gluten-free options will be available. This is not a cost-prohibitive event. Contact Rafi Daugherty at or 303-691-3562 for financial aid.  Click here to purchase tickets.

Temple Emanuel and Integrity Print Group

Anti-Defamation League, Bend The Arc, B’nai Havurah, Bonai Shalom, Boulder JCC, Camp Ramah of the Rockies, Congregation Beth Evergreen, Congregation Har Hashem, Jewish Family Service of Colorado, Jewish Voice for Peace, Judaism Your Way, One-Colorado, OutBoulder, Temple Sinai

Allied Jewish Apartments, Feldman Mortuary, The GLBT Community Center of Colorado, Moishe House Denver, Shalom Cares

To increase Keshet’s community involvement, we are asking for donations for Urban Peak’s LGBT Youth Outreach Program. Please bring any unused hygiene items or socks for homeless LGBT youth in Denver. Look for the “Red Wagon” Collection box.keshet-small-logo

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