Eitz Chaim Newsletter – July 28, 2018
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This Week on Shabbat
Weekly Drash by
Rabbi David Schiller
Romans chapter 4, “Boasting in the Cross”
Matthew verse by verse during oneg.
Now is the time to start requesting time off from work for the High Holy Days
Here are the dates:
Erev Rosh Hashanah is Sun, Sept 9
(EC Services at 7 PM)
Rosh Hashanah Day is Mon, Sept 10
(EC Services at 10:30 AM)
Erev Yom Kippur is Tues, Sept 18 (EC Services at 7 PM)
Yom Kippur Day is Weds Sept 19
(EC Services all day, beginning at 10:30 AM)
This is a fast day, we finish the day with a light nosh together after sunset.
Succot is Sept 24 – Sept 30 for those camping.
The rest of the congregation will celebrate Succot on Saturday,
Sept 29 during our normal Sabbath.
Fifteen job openings at local business. Available jobs are from hourly machine operators to Electrical and Chemical engineers, scientists, IT and program managers.
If you are interested or have questions contact:
Elda Clarke (Member of our congregation)
Process Development Engineer
New Technology Integration, TX Operations
500 West Renner Road
W +1 972.994.8299
M +1 469.323.9741
Children’s Classes ~ We need new teachers. Teach children ages 2-12 during the drash.
EC membership required
Background checks are required.
Talk to Elisa Norman or email dan@ECDallas.org for more information.
EC needs for our members to give back.
Host / Hostess; Ushers; Greeters Needed.
Our ranks are depleted, Our goal is to serve Once a month. Please Contact dan@ECDallas.org
Helping our Shule Family in Times of Need!
In Romans 12 we are admonished, “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; giving preference to one another in honor; contributing to the needs of the saints, practicing hospitality.” Romans 12:10,13
Our heavenly Father has given us the opportunity to contribute to the needs of 3 families within the shul this week.
Meals can be dropped of at shul on Shabbat with their name attached
Beth Smith and her family as she recovers from a broken wrist.
Beth’s CareCalendar site:
Hollie and Jeremy Schoenwald are expecting the arrival of their next family member on July 10th. Hollie and Jeremy’s CareCalendar site,
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If you are unable to prepare a meal, consider signing up for a gift card. Gift cards are available from many chain restaurants that can be easily sent to each recipient. They can choose the meal, and in some locations, arrange to have it delivered when it is convenient for them. Or, you could purchase a meal to be delivered.
Are you trading in your car? Donate it to EC instead, you get a receipt for a gift, we can help a needy person
with a fresh start. You will both be blessed by your generosity.
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
Feast of Tabernacles
Step One CALL Cooper Lake South Sulphur unit.
Cooper Lake info:
Make Your Reservation, Once you have your reservation in, Text Dan Boron 972-423-9557 and I will include you in the next phase of our preparations.
Feast of Tabernacles is September 23-30 this year.
Torah Portion of the Week
V’et’chanan ~ I pleaded
“Promises Reiterated to a Chosen Nation”Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11
Mt. 23:31-39, Acts 3-4
Torah 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