Colorado Public Radio: Temple Aaron's 131 year old story almost came to an end. This is how its advocates wrote the next page.

San Diego Jewish World: Trinidad, CO Celebrates Temple Aaron

Trinidad Chronicle-News: Temple Aaron Stands as Monument to Inclusiveness

Intermountain Jewish News: Temple Aaron: historic synagogue saved for now

Colorado Public Radio: Dana Crawford still making and preserving history (this is not about Temple Aaron, but she talks a little about Trinidad)

Denver Post: Temple Aaron Added to List of Most Endangered Places

Denver Post: Why Temple Aaron Closed after 127 Years

CBS Denver: Colorado's continuously-operating synagogue forced to close its doors

Colorado Public Radio: Temple Aaron to Close

Colorado Preservation, Inc: Temple Aaron Stabilization

Jewish Museum of the American West: Temple Aaron and the Pioneer Jews of Trinidad, Colorado


A growing community within Colorado and surrounding states is actively campaigning to preserve the historic Temple Aaron of Trinidad, Colorado. The Temple Aaron campaign has met its initial goal to fund critical repairs, two-year operating expenses, and commission of a historic building assessment. A capital campaign will follow to secure an endowment for preservation in perpetuity. This success has been made possible by local temple leadership and congregation members, individuals and organizations throughout CO and NM, historic preservation societies, and others who are committed to preserving this unique and special landmark.  

Temple Aaron of Trinidad, Colorado


Physical location:

407 S. Maple Street, Trinidad, CO 81082


Mailing address:

c/o Randy Rubin, 228 S 6th St, Raton NM 87740


tel: 303.905.2161

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