Weekday Davening Times
Etz Chaim Weekday Minyanim:
Sunday shacharis 8:00 a.m,
Followed by breakfast!
Weekday Mincha/Maariv at:
Young Israel: 3:56 p.m.
Chabad: Maariv only 8:30 p.m.
No Sign Up Required
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.
Come Join Us!
Alan Pass, Asher Anshel ben Miriam; a friend’s son, Ahron Yitzchak ben Berina; Tuvia Dovid ben Malkah Menucha; Heidi Goldblatt, Rachel Chana bas Menucha; Esther Dell, Esther bat Raizel; Robert Dell, Chana Reuven ben Leah; two sons of Leisha Martin, Yosef Eliyahu and Yisrael b’nei Rus; the mother of a son’s friend, Tzipporah Zlata bas Bluma Yehudis; a colleague of a congregant, Eyal ben Chaya, the sister of Janis Monat, Ann Denise, Chana Davida bas Rivka Petal; and Janis Monat on her ankle bone along with any other friends and family who need our brachot for a speedy & complete healing.
Upcoming Programs and Classes
A Sip Of Torah
Join Yoni Monat on December 3 at 2:00 pm as he shares his thoughts about Chanukah. Contact Merilee Maeir at email@example.com for the link.
The next book club meeting is on Monday, December 4, at 7:00pm to discuss “In My Father's Court” by Isaac Bashevis Singer.
For the link, any comments, questions and/or suggestions please contact Merilee Maeir at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors
Leonard Gerber, Ph. D. - President
George Monat - Treasurer
Janis Monat - Secretary
Member at large - Robert Dell
Shabbat November 18: Parasha Vayeitzei
In order to ensure a minyan please arrive no later than 9:00 a.m.
Shacharis 9:00 am.
Latest shema 9:09 am
Latest tefilla 9:56 am
Mincha 12:00 pm
See weekly announcements for Young Israel and Chabad times.
See Weekly Announcements for davening times.
Chuni and Leah Rappaport’s son, Eliezer ben Leah Hinda, has been called up as a paratrooper to enter Gaza. He’s with his unit. Our prayers are for him, his unit, and all of Am Yisrael to come back safely.
We also recognize Captain Shaya Weidmann serving in the Israeli Army and his brother, David Weidmann, in the Israeli Air Force. Rabbi Cheses’ younger brother, Doron, is stationed in the north. May these 4 young men have hatzlacha, safety, and courage. The Israel Defense Forces is very fortunate to have these soldiers sincere dedication and our hearts.