Path of the Just

Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato, better known as the RaMCHaL, authored a book on spiritual and character development that is widely considered to the quintessential book of its kind. In fact, the Vilna Gaon said of himself that he would crawl across Europe to learn in the dust of the RaMCHaL’s feet.

Spend an hour each week, with Rabbi Yaakov Rich, developing a Torah approach to personal growth using the ultimate self-help book. Discover qualities and potential you never knew you had, as you climb the ladder toward spiritual greatness.

This class is for men and women, from beginner to advanced. There is no cost for the class, but participants will need to purchase a copy of Path of the Just, which is available by Feldheim in Hebrew with an English translation. They are available for purchase from Lone Star Judaica, at the corner of Hillcrest and Frankford. The class will be taught every Wednesday, 8 PM at Congregation Toras Chaim, 17912 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas, TX 75252.

Learn to Learn the Talmud

Rabbi Yaakov Rich will help you navigate the sea of Talmud by teaching syntax, vocabulary, relevant historical background facts and full explanations for the topic at hand, so the material is fully understood by all who attend. You will even be able to prepare and review the text with your study partner (to be determined at time of class).

There is no cost for this exciting learning opportunity. The ArtScroll English / Hebrew edition will be used, and participants must purchase their own book, however. We will be studying the first chapter in Shabbos. This book is available from Lone Star Judaica in Dallas, located at the corner of Hillcrest and Frankford. This class is open for men, and will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 PM at Congregation Toras Chaim, 17912 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas, TX 75252.

Donations Needed for Congregation Toras Chaim

Congregation Toras Chaim, a newly formed Orthodox shul in North Dallas, is coming together with great excitement and enthusiasm. Under the leadership of the well-known and loved Rabbi Yaakov Rich, we will, please G-d, open our doors on Shabbos Kodesh, Parshas Achrei Mos/Kedoshim, April 27-28. Weekly classes are slated to begin the following week at the shul, which is located at 17912 Hillcrest Road and will also serve as a Shabbos home for the Rabbi and his lovely family.

The Steering Committee of Congregation Toras Chaim would like to invite you to help us get started with the following giving opportunities. To donate, please contact Shalom Abrams at 903-918-9650. We appreciate your help! 

ItemPledgedNeededYour Opportunity
Tallesim ($55.00 each)055
Mezuzahs ($55.00 each)10155
Mechitzah ($250.00)011
Chumashim ($33.00 each)197051
Siddurim ($21.00 each)267044
Chairs ($22.00 Plastic Lifetime Chairs)207050
6’ Tables ($49.00 each)066
Large Urn ($35.00 each022
Bookshelves ($177.00 each)033
Aron ($250.00)100
Vacuum Cleaner ($100.00)100
Crock Pots ($25.00 each)044
Paper goods0Lots!Lots!
Toys for children0Lots!Lots!
Havdallah Set / Kiddush Cup100
Ner Tamid ($100.00)011
Refrigerator ($500.00)011

Tax deduction S501(3c) pending.
A heartfelt thank you from the Steering Committee.

We Welcome You To Our Shul

Congregation Toras Chaim
is proud to invite the Jewish community
to our first Shabbos
Friday, April 27, 2007
Mincha / Kabbalos Shabbos 7 PM
Shabbos morning, April 28,  9 AM
Followed by Kiddush


If you are interested in Shabbos morning programming for your child, please contact Melissa Fuchs at (972) 322-3597.

 Please see Calendar for our weekly schedule of classes.