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Resiliency and Faith in Difficult Times — Rabbi Naomi Levy in Conversation with Rabbi Elie Spitz

Hosted By: Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP)

Rabbi Naomi Levy, a prominent figure in Jewish spiritual leadership, was part of the first class of women at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1984 and became the West Coast’s first female Conservative rabbi. She is known for her bestselling book “To Begin Again,” which discusses resilience and faith, and for founding Nashuva, a synagogue aimed at engaging unaffiliated Jews. This session offers an insight into Rabbi Levy’s journey, her teachings on crafting personal prayers and living a spiritually engaged life, and her influence as evidenced by appearances on shows like “Oprah” and inclusion in lists like the Forward 50 and Newsweek’s most influential rabbis.

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