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Important Dates
8/19 -  Book Order Forms Due
8/20 - 7th Grade Parent Wine & Cheese
8/25 - Etz Chaim Shabbat in the Park (5:30pm)
8/27 -  First day of Religious School ALL Students
8/27 -  Kindergarten Family Workshop
9/3 - School Closed (Labor Day)
9/10 - 6th Grade Parent B'nai Mitzvah Breakfast
9/24 & 9/26 - School Closed (Cobb Fall Break)
10/1 - School Closed
10/8 - 5th Grade Parent Workshop
10/10 - School Closed
10/22 - 6th Grade Trip to Kosher Food Pantry (9am - Noon)
10/22 - 1st Grade Family Workshop 
10/31 - School Closed 
11/5 - 3rd Grade Navigating the Siddur Workshop
11/5 - 11/14 - 4th Grade Fall Conferences
11/7 -  School Closed (Election Day)
11/12 - The Joys and Oys of Parenting Seminar
11/19, 11/21 & 11/26 - School Closed (Thanksgiving)
12/10 - Sisterhood Chanukah Shuk
12/12 - Sisterhood Chanukah Party
12/16 - 6th Grade Shabbaton
12/17 - 3rd Grade Family Havdallah Workshop
12/24 - 1/2 - School Closed (Winter Break)
1/27 - 3rd Grade Haggigat Siddur and Havdalah
1/9 - School Closed
1/14 - School Closed (MLK Weekend)
1/21 - 2nd Grade Family Workshop
1/28 - Dept. of Education Fundraiser Bagels & Bids
2/4 - World Wide Wrap
2/18 - 2/20 - School Closed (Cobb February Break)
2/25 - School Closed
2/28 - Megillah Reading (PM)
3/18 - 5th Grade Parent Handbook and Yad Workshop
3/20 - School Closed
4/1 - 4/8 - School Closed (Passover/Spring Break)
4/15 - 4th Grade Family Workshop
4/29 - Baccalaureate
5/6 - Maccabia Games/Last Day of Religious School
5/20 - Confirmation During Shavuot Morning Services

 

 

Etz Chaim is...

Congregation Etz Chaim is a progressive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue that provides meaningful Jewish experiences in a welcoming, engaging environment.  We offer:

 

Inspiring religious services
Educational, social, and cultural activities, serving multi-generational needs
A caring community that supports each other through both joyful and challenging life cycle events
Connections with the broader community and opportunities for Tikkun Olam...


Our intention, in all activities, is to provide an environment of warmth and an opportunity for personal growth. We celebrate together, we pray together, and we learn together, making Etz Chaim truly a home away from home. 

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Come and get involved with your community!

We need 1) A Shabbat Greeter; 2) Social Action volunteers! Contact Joe Freeman

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Newcomers

Looking for a Conservative Synagogue?
Please join us for Shabbat Services!
New and prospective members are always welcome!

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