Eitz-Chaim is a congregation committed to prayer, discipleship, and service. If you have a need or a prayer request, let us hear from you.
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by Rabbi David Schiller
“Succot and the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.”
Bring Myrtle branches and other things like fresh fruit, decorative garlands, and ornaments to decorate the Sukkah.
No shorts, jeans, Tee shirts, flip flops please. Most men wear shirt and tie, nice collared Polo shirt; a sports or suit coat is welcome, ladies dresses or business casual pants and tops. AC can be cold bring a wrap to keep warm.
The High Holy Days traditions will continue at Eitz Chaim with Tuesday night’s 7:00 pm Erev Yom Kippur~Kol Nidre Service, September 18.
10:30 am, our observance of the Day of Atonement.
Yom Kippur is a FAST day, no Oneg after services, however, please bring a dish to break the fast later in the evening. Everyone is asked to stay after services on Wednesday September 19th, for an afternoon of special activities: Mini drashs, time of reflection, prayer & repentance, foot washing, ending in the evening with Yitzkor & Nielah services, 1:30-7:00pm. At 7:30pm, we’ll “break the fast” together, with a pot luck feast!
New Members class starts October 6 See John McKee
State Fair of Texas Runs Sept 28 – Oct 21
We can go there and Share Yeshua with Jews and Gentiles
who come into the Booth Sign up Click Here
Steve Wearp has a Trip to Israel planned March 2 – 13
FEMA has Local Hire positions as
a Customer Representative.
If you know of anyone that is interested, please urge them to apply using the link below. Customer Representative – Click Here
This is a once a month service.
Feast of Tabernacles September 23-30
Text Dan Boron 972-423-9557 and I will include you in the next phase of our preparations.
Torah Portion of the Week