EDOS — Now
EDOS has been blessed to be the incubator for many good ideas, which often
spring out into concrete form.
Each idea generally has a very small group of passionate individuals who make it
happen. These volunteers are the most valuable resources of a Jewish community—or any community
We salute those who invent, facilitate, and institutionalize these events!
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.
You can find additional pictures from the trip on our Eclipse Trip page
Denver has a wonderful tradition of Jewish community baseball, and the league has two divisions
—Corned Beef and Pastrami
The EDOS team combined with the Klal Yisroel team to form the Klalboration of BandEDOS.
Cheer 'em on!
EDOS hiking club provided a healthy outlet for outdoor enthusiasts
Maxwell Falls Hike
Meyers Ranch Hike
Castlewood Canyon Hike
Mount Falcon Hike
YU Summer Scholar Kollel
EDOS has been pleased to host the YU Summer Scholar Kollel program for several years, in cooperation with the DAT Minyan
Scholars in Residence
February, 2013: Rabbi Alan Kalinsky
January, 2013: Rabbi Tzvi Steinberg
November, 2012: Rabbi Shalom Hammer
June, 2011: Rabbi Bent Melchior, Chief Rabbi Emeritus of Denmark
May, 2012: Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
And what Shul social calendar is complete without some Sushi!
Purim Baskets for American Soldiers
Rayna Zussman and Rabbi Marc Gitler organized around this need, and we received
appreciative letters, and a few pictures from COL Abramowitz and Rabbi Ehrenpreis.