Eitz Chaim Newsletter – July 27, 2019
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This Week on Shabbat
Drash by Rabbi David Schiller
“Evangelism part four – am I a disciple?”
2:45 pm Biblical Look at Anger Management seminar
by Terry Watson.
Baby Girl Acheson was due on July 18, 2019, she has not yet made her grand entrance into this world, but in preparation we would like to bless the Acheson Family as they prepare to welcome their new daughter. Each week we are blessed by the anointing and skills of Rust Acheson as he leads us in liturgy. It is time to bless them for this new arrival.
We are asking that you help provide a meal, main dish, or grocery items to help them through this time. Please package the meals in disposable containers. Meals and grocery items can be brought on Shabbat and stored in the freezer.
If you are able to make a meal or pick up a few things that would help them with a meal, here is a list of things Diane said they could use:
Diane has written down some ideas for food/meals for their family.
We do eat meat and milk together. So no meat and cheese or cream sauces. We eat lots of fresh veggies, particularly colored bell peppers, cucumbers, celery, and broccoli. Rusty and I like steamed or stir fried veggies and the kids will tolerate them.We eat sweet potatoes, rice, black beans, and noodles (though usually the high protein noodles).
We like fresh fruit, particularly watermelon, blueberries, and strawberries. We like garlic in our food, but go real easy on the onion (or leave it out entirely). When we eat bread it is usually whole wheat or whole grain. We do like Mexican style food, or well-seasoned food, though I usually make my own seasoning mixes and make it less spicy for me and the kids. We love cheese, though the kids are very picky and will only eat sliced Muenster cheese or mozzarella cheese sticks. We eat Greek yogurt, usually vanilla flavored. We like a variety of chips and flavored crackers. Turkey lunch meat is the kids preferred lunch at the moment. Rusty doesn’t eat sour cream or mayo. I’m allergic to bell peppers, so we usually serve those separate. I also don’t eat olives or mushrooms, though Rusty loves both. Paper goods are also welcome.
Very easy to pick up one or two items and bring it on Shabbat.