Eitz Chaim Newsletter – Jan 25, 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)


All activities begin at 2:15 pm
Verse by verse study of Genesis 15 with Earl Smith
Davidic Dance Practice Shabbat
Youth Group

Please pray for Fernando and Adriana Carrillo medical Mission in Israel. Leaving January 25 for Israel for 2 weeks.

YMJA Youth Retreat

Scholarships and subsidies are available for those in need.

Job Openings with Chucky Cheese.

If anyone is looking for work and any of these jobs look like a match. The Support Center positions are at our north Irving headquarters. There is also a local store position as a General Manager in Grapevine.

In need of help finding a job, making a resume,

learning to networking, job training?
Or what about counseling, emergency food, financial help or help with elderly family members?

The Jewish Family Services of Dallas offers a number of services for people of all religions in the Dallas area.

If you are interested in finding out what Jewish Family Services
can do for you check out their web site by clicking below.

Jewish Family Services

Register now for Messiah 2020 and get 2019 pricing!

Registration fees go up March 1.

It’s a week-long experience like no other – transforming teachings, uplifting worship, and wholehearted fellowship!

Experience Messiah like never before! You will be refreshed, inspired,  empowered…and never disappointed!

Don’t delay! That’s right…pay 2019 prices for the 2020 conference only until March 1.

Free MJAA 2019 Membership with Registration (age 18+)

Oneg means “delight”. It is a special time of food and fellowship. Visitors are welcome to participate in this ‘pot-blessing’ time of meeting new people and being encouraged in your faith by other believers.
We ask that all members and regular attendees bring food to share even if it is something small.

All food for the Oneg must be kosher (clean) by biblical standards; therefore, no pork products or shellfish will be served. Dairy, fish and chicken are acceptable, no other meats please.

Keep in mind some baked goods are made with lard and other pork products, if you have a question please see the link at the bottom of this panel on What is Kosher. The kitchen staff will be checking baked goods for ingredients.
You may notice signs on the food that indicate they are gluten free. We have many people who are sensitive to gluten and have marked these items as things that are safe for them to eat. If you are not sensitive to wheat and gluten please leave these items for those who cannot eat other items containing gluten. If you bring gluten free items or specialty foods please ask he kitchen staff to be sure they are marked when placed on the table. The kitchen has gluten free labels available.

Torah Portion of the Week

V’eira ~ I appeared
“Appearance Promises Executed”

Exodus 6:2-13

Ezekiek 28:25-29:29

Revelation 16:1-21
Commentary by Mark Huey
Torah: Click Here
Haftarah: Click Here

Eitz-Chaim Congregation

MEETING ADDRESS: 1651 E. Campbell Road Richardson, TX 75082
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 832568 Richardson TX 75083
Services: 10:30 AM, Saturday
Phone: 972-231-3884

Jan. 18, 2020 -Marriage & Family Part 5 – The Father’s Role Raising Godly Children – David Schiller

“In Part 5 of his series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller searches through the hard sayings of the Torah to highlight a father’s role and responsibility in raising godly sons and daughters.”

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