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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 three 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.



Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Shay Schachter, August 26-27

Preparing ourselves for Chodesh Elul, Refining our social connections

Shabbat of August 27th, Rabbi Shay Schachter comes to EDOS as Scholar-in-Residence. Rabbi Shay Schachter received his Rabbinic ordination from both his illustrious father, Rabbi Hershel Schachter, at RIETS, and from Rabbi Asher Weiss of Jerusalem. He holds an MA in Jewish Education and Administration from the Azrieli Graduate School of Yeshiva University. He served as the Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Knesseth Israel, "The White Shul," in Far Rockaway, and now serves as Rabbi and Rosh Beit Midrash at Young Israel of Woodmere.

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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 new, experimental Audio Shiur 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!

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Photo credit: Wally Halper