Friday, December 14
6:15 Service 7:00 Dinner
at The Hub
(8827 Lone Tree Pkwy)
SERVICE: Join us for a meaningful lay-led Shabbat in a welcoming, inclusive and participatory atmosphere. Come to the service, the dinner, or both!
We would love for you to do a reading or prayer! Just let us know at: info@jtownco.org.
Prior to the Mi Shebeyrach and Kaddish, you will have an opportunity to say the names of any loved ones who are in need of prayers of healing, have recently passed, or for whom you are observing a yahrzeit.
DINNER: Join us for dinner! There is home-made challah, wine, a catered dinner with a vegetarian option, and it's really heimishe (friendly, down to earth, familiar, with a sense of belonging). You don't need to bring a thing!
  • Adults: $25 and $15/kids 4-12
  • JTowners: $20/adult and $12/kids 4-12
  • NEW: Bring Your Own Dinner: FREE (you still must register so we set-up enough seats for everyone at our community table.)
Come to just the service, just the dinner, or both. 
If you are willing to bring a dessert, please let us know! We will love you forever and ever.


Become a JTowner

Being a JTowner is kind of like being a frequent flyer. It is $180/year per household ($118 for singles) and includes High Holiday tickets and discounts at all JTown events. CLICK HERE for more information.

Save These Dates!

Friday, January 11: Shabbat Service and Dinner

Thursday, January 17: Special viewing of the award-winning documentary, "Manachem and Fred" 

Brothers and Holocaust survivors, Menachem and Fred live in two extremes of Jewish identity. Fred is an American aerospace engineer and secular, fully assimilated Jew. Menachem is an Orthodox, observant Jew, holds a doctorate in science and lives in Jerusalem. His children live in West Bank settlements.

Following a rediscovery of letters written by their mother to the brothers during the war, Menachem and Fred reunite after decades of having no contact. The film accompanies Menachem and Fred on an emotionally charged journey, through which a strange, unexpected relationship develops with the Hopp family, sons of the Nazi who deported their family from their home in Germany.

THIS IS A CAN'T MISS PROGRAM! More details to come.

Sunday, January 20: Men's Event with Spouses at Maggiano's =]

Tuesday, February 5: An Evening with Rabbi Joe Black - details coming soon!

Friday, February 8: Shabbat Service and Dinner

Have a program idea? We'd love to hear it!