“Rabbi Schiller looks at the 1st part of Rom 12 today and the exhortation for us to be Living Sacrifices, dying to self, laying our lives and life choices down at Y’Shua’s feet, and being a servant to others.”
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This Week on Shabbat
Weekly Drash by Rabbi David Schiller
All things work together for good for those who
love God and are called according to his purpose.
Bible Study after Oneg
Matthew Chapter 20
December 8th after Shabbat Services.
Let’s have a party!
Bring your Hanukkiah and we will all light our
Menorahs when the sun goes down.
Break out your frying pan! We need party food!
Traditional party food for Hanukkah is Latkes with sour cream and applesauce and sufganiyot (Jelly Donuts).
See recipes in special Hanukkah communication sent out on Monday or just click here!
These are in addition to our regular Oneg foods. Please don’t forget to bring something, anything to help with the number of extra people we will have. Even if you don’t cook, you can bring Jelly Donuts from the store, applesauce, or sour cream.
For your entertainment pleasure the
World Famous Eitz Chaim Talent Show.
If you have not yet signed up to share your talent please see Mark Huey email@example.com
Please stay and support your fellow family members as they share their talents with you.
High Holy Day Schedule
Rosh Hashanah Day – Mon, Sept 10 – 10:30 AM
Yom Kippur Day – Wed, Sept 19 – 10:30 AM
High Holy Days are a special time before the Lord. Please dress appropriately, no shorts, jeans, Tee shirts, flip flops please. Most men wear shirt and tie, nice collared Polo shirt; a sports or suit coat is welcome, ladies dresses or business casual pants and tops. AC can be cold bring a wrap to keep warm.