A joyous community of Jewish women e ngaged in
prayer, study and spiritual growth  

July-August 2016
Message from our President
Dear Lev Eisha Community,

We're almost there!  

As you know, our Lev Eisha search team is in the process of finding us a new venue for our Shabbat services.  So far, we vetted almost 50 spots - and it's been an interesting tour of the West Side.

We have 5 finalists.  Each has unique qualities and some challenges, but we are confident we will feel "at home" when we come together as a community.  

Our goal is to announce our new home by the end of July.   

Lev Eisha depends on your annual membership dues, donations and catering sponsorships.  Your generosity maintains our high quality experience for everyone.  

Please  continue your support.  Click HERE to renew your membership.

Wishing you an enjoyable summer,

Janis Cohen
President


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Our 2016-17 Calendar 
In case you are wondering, we have not yet finalized our calendar for the new year. As soon as we have selected our new venue, we'll send out the dates. Rest assured we will again offer ten months of inspiring services with a delicious kiddush plus five insightful breakfast teachings. 

Stay tuned for more info!

Your Lev Eisha Board of Directors


Lev Goes to the Mayflower
Stacey Serber, Robin Winston and Myrna Kayton aboard the Mayflower in Boston. 


Lev on the Go
If you're traveling this summer, won't you share your experience with the Lev Eisha community?  Send us a pic of you and your Lev bag.

Click HERE to email us your photo.


Milestones


HAPPY BIRTHDAY  to the following July and August birthdays: 
Sharon Alexander, Rabbi August, Elie Belilove, Lynn Ben-Habib, Judy Blake, Vivian Feintech, Lee Fischer, Myrna Gale, Barbara Haberman, Roz Hendlish, Shayna Lester, Laurel Newmark, Andrea Nitz, Linda Owen, Ellie Sherman-Quinn, Craig Singer, Joan Spiegel, Nancy Weiss, Robin Winston.

I f you have a milestone to share please send it to Rose Ziff at
editor@leveisha.org.  Birthdays, weddings, graduations, Bat or Bar Mitzvot, births, special awards/honors, and exotic vacations are some of the simchas that are fun to share with our community. 

This is also the place to ask our community to join you in prayers of healing for those who are ill or in memory of those who have passed away. 

Welcome to Lev Eisha, a spiritual prayer service by and for women.  B'ruchot Ha'baot - we invite you to join us with great blessing.  We provide a joyous environment with opportunities for soulful prayer, energetic song and dance, deep Jewish study, and meditation.  Each person, in their own way, finds what they need for their personal and spiritual growth at Lev Eisha.

  

What makes our community so unique? The answer is reflected in our name. "Lev" means heart, and "Eisha" means woman.  When women come together with open hearts, we figuratively hold each others' hearts in profound acceptance, understanding and love.

  

Join us and support Lev Eisha. By attending you are giving yourself the greatest gift; time for yourself, a "spiritual fix" to keep you balanced and centered for the month. Lev Eisha will transform your Jewish  soul.