I am a past president of a large traditional synagogue. We have moved over to DAT Minyan for the intimacy and respect toward worship. The shul is youthful and vibrant with many capable lay leaders, male and female who can teach, lead services and set and example for others. It has a welcoming, non-judgmental atmosphere.
I'm a member of the DAT Minyan and so impressed with all the effort people are putting in to make it a great place.
Our family relocated to Denver three years ago and we gravitated toward the DAT minyan. We have been very happy with the new friends we have made and the community. We enjoy the DAT minyan very much and feel very comfortable with our choice to go there.
I have been involved with the DAT Minyan since soon after it was formed.I was excited by the potential I saw for it to become a place where everyone would feel welcomed and the services would be a focused,uplifting experience.I think we are doing a good job of fulfilling that potential.The minyan continues to draw young families, singles,mdddle aged and older people, and meld them into a true community.I see the DAT Minyan an integral to the growth and future of the Denver Jewish community,and asignificant contributor to Denver community at large.