The Rosh Chodesh Society Monthly Class 



For centuries, Jewish values have shaped the moral compass of Western society. This course explores and provides the students with an in-depth understanding of the key Jewish values that were so influential in molding our civilization. This course focuses 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,” and how a Jewish woman is expected to interact with the world around her. It shines a spotlight on the Torah view of our social and ethical responsibilities.

Each lesson of this course will contain an applicable, resonant, change-your-daily-life personal takeaway message for every woman who attends.

Rosh Chodesh Society is led by Mrs Chana Lew and meets once a month at a private home in Peoria.


Event Timing:   Morning & Evening Options

Evening Class 7.00 pm 

First Wednesday of the month, November - May

Morning Class: 11 am - 12.30 pm

First Tuesday of the month (unless holiday) November - May

Evening Dates: Nov 7, Dec 12, Jan 2, Feb 6, March 6, April 3, May 1

Morning Dates: Nov 6, Dec 11, Jan 8, Feb 5, March 5, April 2, May 7


Lesson 1: Hide & Peek: The Right to Privacy
Lesson 2 Carried Away: The Consumed Consumer
Lesson 3 The Pledge Fund: The Charitable Foundation
Lesson 4 With all Due Respect: Honoring your Parents
Lesson 5 Whistle While you Work: The Balancing Fact
Lesson 6 Cause & Effect: The Soul-ar Panel on Social Activism
Lesson 7 On Higher Ground: With Liberty and Justice for All

 Sign up for the entire course or join for one or two lessons.