Celebrate Pride with the Jewish Community

Judaism Your Way is organizing the Jewish community’s presence at Denver PrideFest 2015! Please join us, along with our wonderful community co-sponsors, to show our pride and support for the rights and inclusion of LGBTQ Jews and their loved ones in the Jewish community and beyond. LGBTQ people and allies of all ages are welcome at all events.

Judaism Your WayThe festival weekend will begin on Friday, June 19th with a warm and welcoming Pride Kabbalat Shabbat led by JYW’s Caryn Aviv and Rabbi Evette Lutman of B’nai Havurah, followed by a potluck dinner.

Then, on Sunday, June 21st, we’ll meet for a bagel breakfast in Cheesman Park and march from Colfax Avenue to Civic Center Park in the fun and vibrant Pride Parade!

Pride Shabbat: Friday, June 19, Posner Center for International Development, 1031 33rd St, Denver, 80205, 6:30 pm

Pride Parade: Sunday, June 21, 8:00 am, meet at Cheesman Park, Denver (details about a specific meeting place will be available closer to the Parade day)

Click here to RSVP for Pride Shabbat and the Pride Parade or call 303-320-6185.

We hope to see you there!

JYW’s PrideFest events are co-sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League, Beth Ami, B’nai Havurah, Boulder JCC, Boulder Jewish News, CAJE, Camp Inc., Congregation Beth Evergreen, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Congregation Har Hashem, Denver Jewish Day School, Feldman Mortuary, Hebrew Educational Alliance, JCC Denver, Jewish Family Service, JEWISHcolorado, Kavod Senior Life, MazelTot.org, Mizel Museum, Nevei Kodesh, Ramah in the Rockies, Shalom Cares, Temple Emanuel, and Temple Micah. Pride Shabbat is made possible thanks in part to a grant from Rose Community Foundation.


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