Southeast Center for Judaism
Southeast Center for Judaism is a dynamic and contemporary center for Jewish life and learning. We offer something for all those wishing to spiritually strengthen themselves, their family, and the Jewish people.
Under the leadership of Rabbi Meyer, the SECJ includes the Aish Denver synagogue, JOI outreach initiative, Shalom Hebrew School, a community mikvah, a community eruv and outreach partnerships, all working together to ensure opportunities for vibrant Jewish living.
About Aish Denver
AISH Denver is a synagogue whose mission is to be a home for all Jews looking to have a connection to their Judaism. We have daily, Shabbos and Holiday prayer services, inspiring classes, opportunities to participate in chessed projects, beautiful rental space for your Jewish celebration and so much more.
As a part of Aish HaTorah, we seek to build a warm-hearted community. We aim to inspire community partnership and promote the understanding that it is our personal responsibility to make a difference to the Jewish people so that every Jew can experience the joy of Jewish living.
We provide opportunities to learn the Wisdom of the Jewish people, the Torah, and to grow by applying this Wisdom to become better Jews in our behavior and character.
About JOI Denver
The Jewish Outreach Initiative brings the beauty and relevance of Torah and Judaism to all Jews and their loved ones, through engaging classes, innovative programming, and exciting social events.
About Aish HaTorah
Aish HaTorah is a Jewish outreach organization started in Jerusalem by Rabbi Noah Weinberg in 1974. Aish HaTorah’s goal is to revitalize the Jewish people by providing opportunities for Jews of all backgrounds to discover their heritage in an atmosphere of open inquiry and mutual respect. Aish HaTorah is regarded as a world leader in creative Jewish educational programs and leadership training.
Aish has been described as a “billion-dollar asset to the Jewish community.” Aish Jerusalem has graduated hundreds of rabbis who are now working in 100 different communities around the world. In England alone, 140 Aish alumni have decided to devote their professional careers to improving Jewish life.