Etz Chaim Committees
Etz Chaim’s distinctive ethos of volunteerism helps make our community a dynamic and vibrant one. Etz Chaim members, working together with the professional, office and part-time staff, supervise and perform the work of the congregation through standing committees. A shining example of volunteerism at Etz Chaim is the staffing of our religious school primarily by member volunteers.
In addition to volunteerism, the congregation’s values include: Nurturing the highest ideals of Judaism through the study and observance of Torah, worship and social action; fostering a personal and communal Jewish identity through educational, cultural and social programs; providing a caring and comfortable environment for all members; and ensuring that all members can participate in activities regardless of financial means. Our committees work to provide these programs and achieve these goals for the congregation.
JUF Brunch with Guest Speaker Patricia Bernstein
Patricia Bernstein is the author of Ten Dollars to Hate: The Texas Man Who Fought the Klan. Ten Dollars to Hate tells the story of the massive Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s--by far the most "successful" incarnation since its inception in the ashes of the Civil War--and the first prosecutor in the nation to successfully convict and jail Klan members.
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Saturday, January 20 at 6:30 PM. Join us for a fun-filled evening matching wits with your fellow members, exercising your brain to extract those facts that, up until now, you thought you would never really need! Learn More Here!