Larger Than Life

Weaving G‑d Into the Details

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.


Presented by Chanie Geisinsky

Upcoming Class: Lesson 7 - 
On Higher Ground: With Liberty and Justice For All


Rosh Chodesh Sivan - Monday, June 3 at 8:00 pm

At the home of Nora & Moshe Khalili
18 Ramsey Road, Great Neck, NY

Free of Charge


On Higher Ground: With Liberty and Justice for All

Our responsibilities don’t end with our responsibilities to our fellow Jews and human beings. Other Torah values include animal welfare; concern for the conservation of wildlife, natural resources, and habitats; and the environment. What is our nation’s spiritual mission vis-à-vis society? In addition to our social accountability, we are also charged to be “a light unto the nations.”