“May your work help all of us to cherish our commonalities

and feel enlarged by our differences.”

– Rabbi Jonathan Sachs –

Our Mission

MISSION STATEMENT:

Moving to Our Center facilitates intentional education, dialogue, and experiences for the Jewish community and beyond. MTOC focuses on complex and nuanced topics such as Israel and its relationship with the U.S., Democracy and Freedom, and related timely and relevant issues. Our goal is to demystify the notion of the “other” and bring each of us closer to our center of shared humanity.

WHO WE ARE: Moving to Our Center is a nonprofit organization founded by engaged members of the Jewish Community and friends. Our program board is expanding and includes a committed group of leaders in our community. Founding Members/Executive Board: Robyn Loup (Chair) and Elyn Shindler Moldow, with founding treasurer Hal Simmons.

OUR PROGRAMMING since our inception in 2022 has included panel discussions and youth outreach. In 2023 we are scheduled for a series of meaningful, bridge-building programs and community partnerships.

Upcoming Programs

Unraveling the Proposed Judicial Reforms in Israel

Join us for a panel discussion to help "unravel" various perspectives on this important issue and its ramifications for the greater Jewish Community and our country. Wednesday, March 29, 2023 6:45-8:30 p.m. Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center Lobby 350 S. Dahlia Street, Denver, Colorado 80246 Our Panelists: Barry Curtiss-Lusher: ADL National Board; Chair and Co-Founder of Nexus BSP […]

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Past Programs

United We Stand? A Discussion on the Rise of Christian Nationalism in America

Doors open at 6:45. Join us for a timely panel discussion followed by round-table sessions. Featuring the following panelists: Rabbi Rachel Kobrin (Spiritual Leader at Congregation Rodef Shalom), Michael Hidalgo (Lead Pastor at Denver Community Church), and Dafna Michaelson Jenet (Colorado State Representative). Moderated by Shara Smith (Executive Director of the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado) Hear differing […]

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“To be cured of potential violence towards the OTHER, I must imagine myself as the OTHER.”

– Rabbi Jonathan Sachs –



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About Us

Robyn Loup

For five decades Robyn has been a leader, advocate, coach and mentor on behalf of the Jewish community, Israel, and Mental Health. She is a connector and a coalition builder. Robyn believes intentional listening and understanding through dialogue is how we come to our soul’s center.

Elyn Shindler Moldow

Elyn Shindler Moldow is a career writer, educator, and metaphorical bridge-builder. Her years of work in youth leadership have granted Elyn a stubborn optimism regarding the prospect of a better, brighter, and more peaceful world to come.

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