We have been a member of the minyan since the first days. I like the diversity of the membership. There is a sense of community and caring for other. We have made friendships through the minyan. There is opportunities for all to be involved at all levels. The youth program struggles and needs to be strenghened. Though, the afternoon learning for the children is positive and my daughter loves to go. I like when the children come in for musaf on Shabbat...it adds to the family/warm atmosphere of the shul.
My husband and I moved here a few years ago and were overwhelmed with the warmth of the community in the DAT Minyan. I am also a current member of the Minyan's board (my nomination to the board is unusual simply for the fact that most shul's don't nominate board members that are new to the community and not wealthy). The DAT Minyan is vibrant and energetic and a truly exceptional community of welcoming, wonderful people.
I have been involved with the DAT Minyan for about 4 years now. I have found it to be a wonderful shul that seeks to bring to gether a diverse congregation of Jews that are committed to a Torah lifestyle. The Minyan is full of vibrant and energetic families that are using innovative ideas to growth the Orthodox Jewish community in Denver.