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Congregation Etz Chaim of Sharon MA

Welcome to Our Shul!

Shabbat Davening Times


Friday, May 6: No minyanim at shul 

Candlelighting: 7:31 p.m.


Saturday, May 7:

Shacharit: 9:00 a.m.

Havdalah: 8:40 p.m.

Ma'ariv: 9:03 p.m.

Please Sign Up If You Are Planning to Attend

Weekday Davening Times

Monday - Thursday Joint Mincha/Ma'ariv with Young Israel -  7:30 p.m. at YI

No Sign Up Required

Board of Directors
Joshua Maeir - President     
George Monat - Treasurer

Dr. Leonard Gerber - Secretary
Tzila Pass     Susan Cable     Esther Dell

Congregation Etz Chaim is a small, Orthodox shul with a big heart and a desire to grow!

Our essence can best be described as 

"Community and Torah". 

People in our shul come from diverse backgrounds.

We represent a wide range of professionals who work in the secular world and come together to create a vibrant and lively shul

where each one of us adds our special and unique contributions to the whole.

As of May 6, the Board of Health has said that the Norfolk County COVID-19 Community level is HIGH. They strongly recommend that everyone two years of age and older wear a well-fitting, high-quality mask indoors in public, regardless of vaccination status.  

If you have borrowed any books from the Etz Chaim library which you are no longer using, kindly return them to the shul’s bookshelf. We will be reorganizing the library.
Come Join Us!
Special Program & Movie

Sunday, May 15 - 4:00 p.m. at Etz Chaim

Join us and our guest, Aaron Kischel, a representative of the New England Friends of The March of the Living, for the showing of the highly acclaimed movie, "In Our Own Hands: The Hidden Story of the Jewish Brigade in WWII", with a post-discussion led by Mr. Kischel. 

Light refreshments will be served. Please contact with any questions

The program is sponsored by the New England Friends of The March of the Living. 

Please click here to donate and support their work. 

Upcoming Programs and Classes

Torah Conferencing Network

Every Saturday Night at 9 p.m.

Rabbi Yisrael Reisman begins the Book of Ezra. One of the best attended shiurim in the world. All are welcome!

Rabbi Hartman's Class on Pirkei Avot

Sunday mornings, 9:30 a.m. 

NO CLASS until further notice

We wish Rabbi Hartman a continued refuah sheleimah


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We hope and pray for a refuah shleimah for everyone who needs one. In particular our prayers are directed to our dear community members Tzila Pass (Tzila Chava bat Rachel), Alan Pass (Asher Anshel ben Miriam), Heidi Goldblatt (Rachel Chana bas Menucha), Merilee Maeir (Malkah Menucha bas Hinda), Rabbi Barry Hartman (Berel Dovid ben Sarah, Susan Cable (Shulamit bat Braina Bashi), Esther Dell and Chana Rivka Dana (Chana Rivka bas Nesha). May they each have a complete and speedy recovery.

Rosh Chodesh Program: A Sip of Torah

Please contact if you would like to be a speaker for our Rosh Chodesh program, A Sip of Torah. 

Thank you!

Thank you to Janis Monat who spoke at our Rosh Chodesh program in honor of the month of Iyyar.