Nov

19 2017

Jewish Book Festival presents Naomi Levy

4:00PM - 6:00PM  

Temple Sinai of Glendale 1212 North Pacific Avenue
Glendale, CA

Contact Kim Banaji
Program and Community Outreach Coordinator
626-445-0810
kbanaji@jewishsgpv.org

Taking inspiration from a letter by Albert Einstein, Rabbi Naomi Levy explores the meaning and purpose of the soul. Drawing on insightful personal stories and Jewish traditions, yet delving into universal truths, Levy takes the reader on a breathtaking journey full of wisdom, empathy and humor as she asks how we can balance community with individuality and live up to our gifts.

Named one of Newsweek’s “50 most influential rabbis” and by The Forward as one of America’s 50 most dynamic Jewish leaders, Rabbi Naomi Levy is a prominent social activist, author and founder of the Los Angeles-based NASHUVA, the Jewish Spiritual Outreach Movement. She has appeared on Oprah, Today and NPR, and has been featured in Parade, Self, TIME Magazine and Good Housekeeping

Naomi Levy and her new book have been featured in The Jewish Journal and on KPCC.

Dessert Reception | No charge | RSVP not required but appreciated

Sponsor: Temple Sinai of Glendale Sisterhood