Eitz Chaim Newsletter – June 1, 2019
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This Week on Shabbat
Drash by Rabbi David Schiller
“How the gospel changes and shapes our lives.”
Today in worship and in Concert
Greg will be leading worship during the service in the morning services beginning at 10:30 am. Mini concert after Oneg at 2 pm.
Opportunities to Help our Brothers and Sisters
Stacy & Ben Wilcox have welcomed their new daughter
Sheliya Elizabeth Wilcox was born on 05/25/2019 at 05:55pm weighing 8lbs and 19 3/4 inches long.
Please help the family out by bringing a meal on Shabbat. Please package the meals in disposable containers.
If you are unable to make a meal, fresh fruits and vegetables would be welcome. Stacy specifically asked for paper plates to cut down on dish washing.
Alla lives in Dallas near Park Lane and Greenville Ave.
June 8, 2019
All day event followed by early evening concert with
Plans are in the making, more info to come.
Plan on staying all day, bring your friends!
We will have a regular Oneg right after services and then a traditional Shavuot dairy nosh late afternoon. Please bring food for Oneg AND a snack of cut cheese, cut veggies, crackers, chips and dip, cheesecake, blintzes and nuts. Dairy is the traditional “Holy Day” food for Shavuot. Keep in mind there will be many guests so bring enough to share with many.There will be NO kitchen crew in the afternoon. Bring your snacks prepared and ready to eat preferably in disposable containers.
Your afternoon dairy snacks will be your First Fruits Offering for the afternoon celebration of Shavuot First Fruits. Please bring your afternoon First Fruits offering MARKED as “First Fruits” so it is not put out for Oneg. You will be instructed prior to the celebration to retrieve your First Fruits Offering and when to bring your offerings to the table in the sanctuary.
Shalom New York
In the summer of 2019, believers from all over the United States (and some from around the world), will gather in New York City to proclaim the good news of the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus Christ) to our beloved Jewish people.
Aside from our usual cutting-edge training, street ministry, and follow up, Shalom New York 2019 will feature two major evening outreach events, teams living and working in the heart of Manhattan, and specialized outreaches to the Ultra-Orthodox and Russian Jewish Communities of Brooklyn and beyond.
Registration is open now Click Here