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New JLI Course "Life in the Balance"
Beginning This Wednesday, October 30th, 7:30pm

Modern medicine has brought us near miracles. It's also brought us some of the most difficult decisions we'll ever have to face. Are we obliged to prolong life even at the cost of terrible suffering? Should we legalize the sale of organs, such as kidneys, to save the lives of transplant patients? May a woman with a multiple-fetus pregnancy opt for fetal reduction, thus forfeiting the lives of some to possibly save others? When it seems that every available option is morally questionable, how do we decide?What kind of action — or inaction — should we take? When should we take it? And when do we edge too close to playing G-d?

This course will prepare you for choices that you or a loved one may be called upon to make. It will fascinate and inform, and for medical professionals it is eligible for CME credits, too! So, sign up today! Click here to register. Course is $99 plus $15 for the textbook.

New Season for Women's Rosh Chodesh Society!
Join Rochel Lazaroff for an inspiring journey in Jewish thought beginning November 6, 2013. Contact rochel@aishelhouse.org for more information and to RSVP or click here to register. Course is free as it has been sponsored by a generous donor. Textbook is $15.

Friday Night Services
Services at 6:30 PM

Shabbos Day
Shacharis 10:00 AM followed by Kiddush lunch sponsored by Mauricio and Clara Gross in honor of the yahrtzeit of Mauricio's mother, Chana bas Chaim, A"H.

Shabbos Afternoon
Talmud Class: 5:15pm, Mincha: 6:15pm followed by class on Laws of Shabbos, Maariv and Havdala 

Chabad House Happenings

New JLI Course "Life in the Balance"- CME accredited!
Beginning Wednesday, October 30th, 7:30pm

Modern medicine has brought us near miracles. It's also brought us some of the most difficult decisions we'll ever have to face. Are we obliged to prolong life even at the cost of terrible suffering? Should we legalize the sale of organs, such as kidneys, to save the lives of transplant patients? May a woman with a multiple-fetus pregnancy opt for fetal reduction, thus forfeiting the lives of some to possibly save others? When it seems that every available option is morally questionable, how do we decide?What kind of action — or inaction — should we take? When should we take it? And when do we edge too close to playing G-d?

This course will prepare you for choices that you or a loved one may be called upon to make. It will fascinate and inform, and for medical professionals it is eligible for CME credits, too! So, sign up today! Click here to register. Course is $99 plus $15 for the textbook.

New Season for Women's Rosh Chodesh Society!
Join Rochel Lazaroff for an inspiring journey in Jewish thought beginning November 6, 2013. Contact rochel@aishelhouse.org for more information and to RSVP or click here to register. Course is free as it has been sponsored by a generous donor. Textbook is $15.

Friday Night Services
Services at 6:45 PM

Shabbos Day
Shacharis 10:00 AM followed by Kiddush lunch sponsored by The Camhi Family in honor of Joyce's birthday! Mazel Tov!

Shabbos Afternoon
Talmud Class: 5:15pm, Mincha: 6:15pm followed by class on Laws of Shabbos, Maariv and Havdala 

New JLI Course "Life in the Balance"- CME accredited!
Beginning Wednesday, October 30th, 7:30pm

Modern medicine has brought us near miracles. It's also brought us some of the most difficult decisions we'll ever have to face. Are we obliged to prolong life even at the cost of terrible suffering? Should we legalize the sale of organs, such as kidneys, to save the lives of transplant patients? May a woman with a multiple-fetus pregnancy opt for fetal reduction, thus forfeiting the lives of some to possibly save others? When it seems that every available option is morally questionable, how do we decide?What kind of action — or inaction — should we take? When should we take it? And when do we edge too close to playing G-d?

This course will prepare you for choices that you or a loved one may be called upon to make. It will fascinate and inform, and for medical professionals it is eligible for CME credits, too! So, sign up today! Click here to register

New Season for Women's Rosh Chodesh Society!
Join Rochel Lazaroff for an inspiring journey in Jewish thought beginning November 6, 2013. Contact rochel@aishelhouse.org for more information and to RSVP.

Friday Night Services
Services at 6:45 PM

Shabbos Day
Shacharis 10:00 AM followed by Kiddush lunch sponsored by Dr. Les & Mary Garb in honor of... come and find out!

Shabbos Afternoon
Talmud Class: 5:30pm, Mincha: 6:30pm followed by class on Laws of Shabbos, Maariv and Havdala 

Chabad House Happenings

Friday Night
Services at 6:45 PM

Shabbos Day
Shacharis 10:00 AM followed by Kiddush lunch sponsored by Gadi, Revital, Aviv, Daniel, Erez and Eitan Pour. Welcome back to Houston!

Shabbos Afternoon
Talmud Class: 6:00pm, Mincha: 6:45pm followed by class on Laws of Shabbos, Maariv and Havdala 

New JLI Course "Life in the Balance"- CME accredited!

Modern medicine has brought us near miracles. It's also brought us some of the most difficult decisions we'll ever have to face. Are we obliged to prolong life even at the cost of terrible suffering? Should we legalize the sale of organs, such as kidneys, to save the lives of transplant patients? May a woman with a multiple-fetus pregnancy opt for fetal reduction, thus forfeiting the lives of some to possibly save others? When it seems that every available option is morally questionable, how do we decide?What kind of action — or inaction — should we take? When should we take it? And when do we edge too close to playing G-d?

This course will prepare you for choices that you or a loved one may be called upon to make. It will fascinate and inform, and for medical professionals it is eligible for CME credits, too! So, sign up today! Click here to register

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