The East Denver Orthodox Synagogue
- Rabbi Daniel Rapp
- Michael Wolfe, President
- EDOS Board
- Alan Schreiber, Vice President
- Dr. Philip Mehler, Gabbai
- Jeff Auerbach, Treasurer
- Susie Fishman, Secretary
- Yossi Fried, Rabbinic Search Committee Chairman
- Dr. Alex Jacobs, Gabbai Sheni
- Lorraine Greenstein
- Jay Moskowitz
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.
Yomim Noraim 5776
Rabbi Dani Rapp will join us for our 5776 High Holidays! We'd like you to join us, too!
May this Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur be a time of much growth, learning, meaningfulness, as well as spiritually uplifting time for all of us as individuals, and as a community. May the Yomim Naraim davening, singing, and learning be a time of growing closer to Hashem and our heritange, and hlping us in continuing to strengthen our relationships on a communal level
With Hashem's help this should be a year full of much simcha and bracha in all of our lives. We hope that all of our tefilot will be answered for the good during this time of year and throughout the entire coming year.
We wish everyone a happy and sweet New Year, a Shanah Tovah U'Metukah.
Join EDOS for an exciting Sukkot! We are taking the Big Tent approach!
Rabbi Rapp will be offering a series of holiday themed Divrei Torah during the entire holiday!
The programs continue through Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, as well.
Join us in the celebration of Sukkot through our tefilot, food, celebration, and learning!