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Etz Chaim Newsletter 

September 8, 2018
28 Elul, 5778
Upcoming Etz Chaim Events

Sunday, September 30th
Youth Dept. Extreme Magic Show

Monday, October 8th
Men's Club Golf Outing 
(rescheduled from earlier date)

Kiddush Sponsor

Kiddush this Shabbat is sponsored by 
The Etz Chaim Community
Rabbi's Message

This is it.  The last Shabbat of the year.  Unlike the secular world, we don't wind down the year with parties and vacations.  We certainly do not begin the year this way either.

"Atem Nitzavim..." You are all standing here today.  We stand together as proud Jews who all anxiously prepare for the Yom Hadin with seriousness and trepidation.  We have one last Shabbat together to collect our thoughts and properly enter into the Days of Awe.

Shabbat Shalom and Ketivah V'Chatimah Tovah
High Holidays 2018-5779

Rosh Hashanah begins 
th is Sunday, September 9th!

We wish you a Shana Tova and look forward to a year of good health, happiness and peace.

Click Below for Davening Schedules:

Youth Dept.
Extreme Magic Show with Eric Wilzig
Sunday, September 30th

Men's Club Golf Outing
Monday, October 8th

Join the Etz Chaim Men's Club for our Annual 
Golf Outing
Monday, October 8th

Event Schedule:
11:30 am - Registration
12:00 pm - Lunch/Brunch
1:00 pm - Shotgun Start
5:30-7:00 pm - Cocktail Reception

$360 per person
Sponsorships Available

For registration info, please contact
Kenny Weiss at, 
or Eli Spigler at

Community News & Events
Mayor's Run/Walk
Sunday, September 23rd

Israel Bonds 
Annual Tribute Dinner
October 3, 2018

Israel Bonds 
Women's Division Diamond Gala
November 8, 2018

Davening Schedule
Parshat Nitzavim


Candle Lighting


Shabbat Day



Z'man Kriat Shema


Shabbat Ends

Selichot - 10:00pm

Sept. 9-14


See Rosh Hashanah Schedule



See Rosh Hashanah Schedule

Selichot - 10:00pm
Rabbi's Classes
Tuesday Mornings:

Women's Class

History & Meaning
of Prayer
10:30 am
When was the siddur  compiled? 
Who chose what  to include? 
Why were certain prayers chosen and w hat do they mean?  
Join us to answer these questions and more.

Tuesday Evenings:
New Class!

"Arvei Pesachim"
after Davening

Yiddish Class

*Now on 

MONDAY Evenings*

Please join us for our class in Yiddish, led  by our very own Morris Glicklich. 

Class will be held on Monday evenings
after Minyan.
If you have any questions or if you want to find out more, please speak with Morris or
Michael Mamet.
All are welcome!
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Cholim List
Prayer for the Ill

To add or remove a name from the cholim list, 
please contact 
Shelley Paradis at

Etz Chaim Youth

Zumba at Etz Chaim
We are pleased to announce that there are Zumba classes being held at Etz Chaim.

For more info, please visit 

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