ChaiVillageLA member Diane Vanette spoke about "Wisdom as the work of a Lifetime" at a recent Wise Aging Shabbat Service. This beautiful and meaningful service was led by Rabbi Jonathan Aaron and Rabbi Joel Levine.
Members Laura Geller, Eileen Lewis, Susan Tamir, Janet Noah, Barbara Marom-Pollack and Jeff Ellis explored the possibility of a village volunteer program at A Place Called Home, an LA Non-Profit that provides support programs to children in need.
What's Your Story?
Hi, I'm Rabbi Joel Levine. Professionally I was founding rabbi of Temple Judea in FL, where I served for 34 years. Now I’m retired and happily living in LA with my wonderful wife, Susan. In addition to being an active member of ChaiVillageLA, I spend time volunteering--as a spiritual counselor to those confronting addiction and as a participant and leader in the Wise Aging program at Emanuel. Read More
Social Action: Voter Registration Training
Learn how to help others register to vote and how to put on voter registration events at this no-obligation special presentation by an expert from the League of Women Voters.
Current events are heating up all around us. Perhaps that's why so many folks showed up for our June meeting. Be part of our July meeting and join in the sharing of news and opinions. Moderated by Myrna Hant.
Join the fun and help us celebrate reaching two years! Invite your Temple Isaiah and Temple Emanuel friends: earn 5 extra tickets to our drawing for each potential village member you bring. Please let Devorah know who you are bringing: (310) 592-0321.
Check Out Our Website for Bridge Activities for Beginners
Interested in playing intermediate level bridge? Join our weekly game. We can accommodate up to 5 people each Monday evening. To reserve your seat, be sure to contact Radell Simon at (310) 466-0550 no later than the night before.
Haven't gotten around to renewing? Unfortunately, members who haven't renewed their memberships won't be able to sign up for events after June 30. It's easy to register online: just click the link below. Or call Devorah at (310) 592-0321.