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Welcome to

The East Denver Orthodox Synagogue

First Orthodox East Side Synagogue in Denver.
Committed to continued service to the entire Jewish Community.

The East Denver Orthodox Synagogue was established in 1962, and has served as a backbone of the Orthodox Community. We offer minyanim three times a day, shiurim, social programs, and youth programming, all in a friendly and warm environment. Our members have been instrumental in the establishment of many communal insititutions, such as the Eruv, the Mikvah, Bikur Cholim, all the local Jewish day schools, Chevra Kadisha, Rose Hill Cemetery, and other important organizations.

EDOS is located within ready walking distance of the three hotels within the East Side Eruv, and has an accessible entrance. Please call us if you would like to visit and experience our Shabbos hospitality.

If a family requires food after a childbirth, or shiva meals, please contact the chesed committee

Audio Shiur

Couldn't join our most recent shiur with Rabbi Rapp? Listen in now through our recorded shiur audio link! The complete listing of Shiurim is available every week on our Torah page and our Audio Shiur page. Rabbi Rapp's shiurim are also uploaded to YUTorah.org

2018 Annual Event, February 11th

Help EDOS celebrate!

RSVP for EDOS' fantastic Annual dinner celebrating 55 years!

Put in your journal ads to support the shul!

Prepare your ears for the treat of Yehuda Green!

Honor and celebrate those who teach and disseminate Torah, including:

2018 Shabbaton with Yehuda Green, February 9-10

Join EDOS for this special event during the weekend of our 2018 Annual Event!

2018 Purim Seudah

Remember to RSVP for the EDOS Hoedown Purim Seudah

Thursday March 1st, 5 PM!

Hosts: Susie Fishman, Lisa Greenstein, Rebecca Mogyoros, Erin Salehrabi, and Chani Stern.

70 for 70: Supporting 70 years since the establishment of the modern Jewish State

On the weekend of April 13th-14th, we welcome Dr. Leeor Gottlieb as our scholar-in-residence.

EDOS joins many other shuls as part of the 70 for 70 initiative, in turn sponsored Mizrachi (Mizrachi.org), and the Religious Zionists of America (rza.org)

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the State of Israel, the Religious Zionists of America and World Mizrachi are partnering with 70 communities across North America for a massive, multi-state Scholar-in-Residence Shabbaton the weekend before Yom Ha'atzmaut, Shabbat Parashat Shemini, April 13-14, 2018.

Join us in celebrating this modern miracle and beacon of hope

The Great American Eclipse

On August 21, 2017, 3 15-passenger vans and a number of individual cars made their way to Glendo, Wyoming and environs to observe the eclipse in a location with over 2 minutes of totality. The experience was quite literally indescribable.

Logistics included an early-as-possible davening and layning at EDOS, expert driving by our volunteer drivers, and eclipse viewing with CE-certified eclipse glasses. A barbecue near Cheyenne, and a leisurely drive back by 6:30 PM completed the experience.

2017 Eclipse Viewing eclipse

You can find additional pictures from the trip on our Eclipse Trip page

See Events for information on current events, past scholars-in-residence, Shul honorees, lectures, summer kollel, Shul dessert receptions, and even our softball team! Even some videos and musical selections. Thank you so much to all the volunteers who make these events such a success!

Photo credit: Wally Halper