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Congregation Eitz Chayim
Renewing Judaism on the Treasure Coast of Florida
Questions? Call (772) 934-4110 



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      FEB 8-12, 2018
Kahal Session 
*Monthly Congregation Meeting* 
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​Regular Shabbat Services
Fridays 7:30 PM  
Saturdays 10:30 AM

Stolen Moments - Saturdays - 9:30 AM​
  Breakfast ....  
Services 10:30 AM

Upcoming events:
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Sunday School / Bageling
11 AM  OPEN ENROLLMENT 
School starts Aug 20, 2017

ICE CREAM SOCIAL-RELIGIOUS SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
11 AM Aug 13, 2017

Monthly MOVIES & NOSH
1 PM - Aug 13, 2017

Wholeness & Comfort 7:00 PM
MONDAY Aug 28, 2017
Judaism 101  Saturdays 9:30 AM

Monthly Havdalah Night
Bring a dish to taste and share
6 PM - Aug 26, 2017

Adult Hebrew - Tues eves 6:30 PM
If you’re looking for a spiritual Jewish community that is welcoming and inclusive, you’ve come to the right place.  Congregation Eitz Chayim is the fastest growing CONGREGATION in Port Saint Lucie. We started as a chavurah, and now we are pleased to be a full-service congregation.  We are a community that gathers to enjoy our Judaism.  We are multi-generational, we are inclusive.  You are welcome to spend some time with us and see what we are all about.  We are affiliate with ALEPH, the Alliance for Jewish Renewal and we are in the final stages of affiliating with the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ).  Our youth participate in local, regional, and national events. 

We are building our congregation on the "Heart & Pocket" commitment model with no extra building or anything hidden fund.  We promise to be candid about our expenses and know that people will commit and give what is in their heart and pocket.  We know that people who are members of our community want us to grow and thrive.  We treat you like responsible adults who care about your community; our Temple belongs to all of us.

We are new and that means that we are building our community from the ground up.  Our congregation is more than just your average Jewish temple.  We are here for all of our members and all of our members care about our congregation and the larger community.  Some of our members come from interfaith families.  Some of our members are single parents or simply singles.  Some of our members are LGBTQ.

While our practice blends the best of Reform Judaism with a renewal flair, we welcome Jews who come from Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist, Humanist, Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Mizrachi, and any other label that can be attached to meaningful Judaism.  We enjoy our Jewishness and being a community.

Our prayer book features full transliteration and translation, so if your Hebrew skills could stand a little (or a lot) of improvement, you will still feel included and be able to follow our joyful, musical, and spiritual services.
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Congregation Eitz Chayim
We support each other and the larger community.  We are multi-generational.
Port Saint Lucie,FL 34986
Rabbi Shafir Lobb Jewish Renewal Reform Port Saint Lucie Conservative Prayer Spirituality URJ
Temple Beth El Israel Renewal Jewish Reform Port Saint Lucie Rabbi Shafir Lobb High Holy Days Yom Kippur Rosh Hashanah Shabbat URJ  ALEPH
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We send our prayers to the families of those who have suffered loss and to those who have been hurt. We denounce in the strongest terms, the demonstration of hateful speech and violence shown at the recent Alt-right ‘protest’ in Charlottesville, particularly Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist, and KKK oriented groupsPlease click here for a more complete statement by our rabbi, ALEPH, and the URJ.