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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This Week on Shabbat
Weekly Drash by Rabbi David Schiller
“Romans Eight, Part two,
The Witness of the Spirit.”
2:15 pm New Foundations Class
All women who attend Eitz Chaim are invited to attend a Ladies Tea on Sun, Oct 21, at 2 PM, at Elizabeth Schiller’s home. Please RSVP to either Elizabeth Schiller or Margaret Huey or sign up on the sheet in the lobby. You will be given the address at that time.
Please bring cookies, petit fours, tea sandwiches, finger foods.
During the Praise and Worship
there will be rooms available in the office for Healing Prayer and other needs. There will be periodic slides inviting folks to come back for prayer as they feel the need. We will have 3 rooms available, See one of the ushers for directions any time during the Praise and Worship service prior to the Message. If you are interested in becoming part of the Healing Ministry Team please contact Kathleen Marion email@example.com
Zip Code Dinner is on the Horizon.
Looking for HOMES where we can come and have a shared meal together.
How does it work? The host/Hostess provide the
1. home and a
2. main course or THEME For the meal.The guests
bring the parts of the meal i.e. vegetable plate,
tossed salad, rolls, drinks, deserts.
Eat and fellowship together – YOU choose the agenda.
On Shabbat 10/13 we will be collecting addresses and zip codes so we can cluster folks if Not IN your neighborhood at least closer togetherTo become the Host or Hostess email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Torah Portion of the Week
Lekh-Lekha ~ Get yourself out
“Trials, Faith, and Blessings”
Commentary by Mark Huey
MEETING ADDRESS: 1651 E. Campbell Road Richardson, TX 75082
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 832568 Richardson TX 75083
Services: 10:30 AM, Saturday
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Rabbi Schiller teaches on Deut 30, where we’re exhorted to “Choose Life that we may live.