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The L’Chaim Center Journal
We approach the lowest point on the Jewish liturgical calendar, the holiday that commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples. But, The L'Chaim Center has a plan for dealing with both COVID-19 and Tisha B'Av called Zoom. Resiliency is our specialty at...
A Houston outreach center run by a rabbi who has beaten cancer two times is the recipient of a $6,000 grant from the Houston Jewish Community Foundation.
The Houston Jewish Community Foundation works to keep Houston’s thriving and vibrant Jewish Community in Houston and Texas alive.
Christ Church Presbyterian in Bellaire has kindly welcomed The L’Chaim Center for the High Holiday Services.
Animal Rescuer Alaina Rosenblatt says there’s a reason to celebrate the beloved pet you will mourn at Rabbi Greene’s 5 p.m. Yizkor Memorial Healing Service on Yom Kippur: They healed you
Right after the sound of the Shofar ended Rabbi Marcy Greene's Yom Kippur service on Sept. 30, 2017, she found out she had breast cancer again. Only it wasn't a relapse. Nine years after doctors at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center vanquished her Stage IV inflammatory...
It’s not too much of a stretch to compare the aftermath of a natural disaster to the heavy hand of unexpected illness. You’re stunned, petrified and your innate sense of trust in the sanctity of your body/Houston’s drainage system is gone. Braes Bayou is not a friend of the Jewish people. Like a fever, moldering furniture, mildewed dry wall, mounds of ruined books and clothing and (my personal favorite) drenched cars overwhelm your innate faith.