The Rosh Chodesh Society is a series of classes for women. This year's course will be held in over 250 locations across the globe! But it's more than just a class—it's a family that learns together and grows together. 

Begins Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 7:00-8:30 pm 

For centuries, Jewish values have shaped the moral compass of Western society. This course explores and provides every woman with an in-depth understanding of the key Jewish values that were so influential in molding our civilization. The lessons focus on areas outside the domain of the synagogue and Jewish ritual, and explore what it means to live as a Jew in “the rest of our life." How is a Jewish woman expected to interact with the world around her? What does it mean to live Jewish? This 7-part series promises to shine a spotlight on the Torah view of our social and ethical responsibilities, and guide us in how to live larger than life by weaving G‑d into every detail. Each lesson of this curriculum contains an applicable, resonant, and highly impactful personal takeaway message.

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Chanie Wilhelm will instruct this course. The course will be taught one class per month from November through May (7 classes), and is designed for women at all levels of Jewish knowledge. Participants without any prior experience or background in Jewish learning can attend and enjoy this course. Attendees can choose to join one, several, or all of the seven classes of the course. Refreshments are served at each class.
For more info, please call 203-772-8818 or email
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Fee: $65/entire course (includes textbook) or $12 per class.