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A monthly program designed for the contemporary Jewish Woman

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The Rosh Chodesh Society aims to transform the lives of Jewish women, their families, and their greater communities through the bonds of shared Jewish experience.

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What We're Talking About...
Life is complicated and, like a ship being tossed about by a raging sea, we often struggle to stay above water amidst the chaos. We constantly wrestle with questions surrounding family, relationships, career, and identity, questions about how to be more successful and fulfilled; how to be happier; how to stay focused on what’s important; how to align ourselves with our true values. Yet, in life’s turbulent waters, it’s easy to lose our sense of direction.
» What is Rosh Chodesh?
Rosh Chodesh is the Head of the Month and was the first Mitzvah connecting G-d and the Jewish People. The Jewish calendar is based on the cycle of the moon and each new month marks the birth of the new moon. The moon is queen in a darkened sky, supervising our hours of rejuvenation. As we prepare for morning’s rebirth, she tugs the tides to and fro and casts her soft glow. Her unique light is not entirely hers; she reflects the sun’s greater power. Yet her nascent crescent is heaven’s smile at mankind’s darkest hour.
Details
Rosh Chodesh Society is led by Rochel Groner and meets once a month in various locations. 
Upcoming events
Oct. 22, 2017
Our aim is to nurture and build the foundation of your child(ren)'s Jewish identity. The focus of our dedicated teachers is to inspire a two-fold love. A love for learning and and a love for ...
Oct. 22, 2017
Cteen Jr. is developed specifically for students entering grades 7 & 8. Our goal is to inspire the young teens of today to become the leaders of tomorrow!
Oct. 26, 2017
Weekly lessons that probe into the depths of contemporary Torah thought, with a special focus on issues surrounding spirituality, the human psyche, love, and relationships. Every experience ...
Oct. 27, 2017
"Women have such a strong influence on their children, husbands, communities, schools, and workplaces. When Jewish learning takes place among women, it has the power to reverberate way beyond the individual participants."
- Barbara L.