Eitz Chaim Newsletter – Mar 28, 2020
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.
(see contact info at end of newsletter)
Due to Coronavirus Social Distancing we will be doing Virtual Live Streaming for the service.
PLEASE DO NOT SHOW UP AT THE BUILDING YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN.
This week’s Drash by
Rabbi David Schiller
“Raising the Dead – Elisha and the Shunammite.”
Eitz Chaim desires to help you celebrate your sabbath beginning at 10:30 am March 28, 2020. We will have all the regular parts of the service as usual. We have a dedicated team of servants who plan on coming to the shul and live streaming the entire service to you at your home so you can join us in worship.
This Link has been tested several times, it will put you right into our service. Please set it up BEFORE the service begins. In case you missed the service last week, the full service is online if you click the link below. You may see a static image on your monitor of biblical ruins – until the service begins.
Through virtual live streaming you can participate in the Torah Service, Torah Readings, Praise and worship, our Drash and Benediction all to strengthen our community and help us to find rest and shalom at home with your families. Please join us online this Shabbat.
Click Here to connect to the YouTube link.
“Please also hit “Like,” “Subscribe,” and “Share.” If you click on the little bell to the right of the subscribe button YouTube will notify you when EC goes live. Please share with as many people as possible.” It increases our ranking on YouTube.
Do you need help or prayer at this time?
Contact Mark Huey 407-346-4084 this is his Cell number. Call him during daylight hours, if he is tied up and can’t answer the phone – Leave a message and he will call you back. We have folks ready to shop for you if need be. We have some food and some bags for the sick we can deliver.
Giving with a cheerful, grateful, blessing heart is essential to our own personal well being.
Why? Because as any of us look around – we see folks in grave need. At our shul, your leadership is preparing to help – discussing who we can help – what parameters, guidelines we should use so Eitz Chaim can be as fair and as generous as possible with each of you – when your need arises.
The building is closed. The Ministry is NOT. The Congregation – Eitz Chaim lives in each of you.
We are a generous, loving, and giving family – a diverse mishpocha – the bride of Messiah.
Please remember your tithes and offerings can be given online during this difficult time.
To use PayPal or a Credit Card go to www.ecdallas.org/donate
Or if you prefer to Give by Mail
Eitz Chaim Congregation
PO Box 832568
Richardson TX 75083
Torah Portion of the Week
VaYikra ~ and he called
MEETING ADDRESS: 1651 E. Campbell Road Richardson, TX 75082
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 832568 Richardson TX 75083
Services: 10:30 AM, Saturday