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About Online Giving (Tzedakah)

The word "tzedakah" is derived from the Hebrew root meaning righteousness, justice or fairness. It is a basic and simple good deed, an act which anyone may perform. Yet tzedakah changes not only the recipient, but the giver as well. Through tzedakah, the world is improved and our righteous deeds also change us from self centered to outward focused. It is an amazing transformation. Little by little we are being transformed from who we were to who Yeshua chooses for us to be.


"Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this, says the Adonai-Tzva’ot, and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that you will not have room enough for it." – Malachi 3:10
Your gift enables the outreach of our congregation to reach the surrounding communities and the world with the message of the salvation thru Yeshua. Learn more here about our convenient, safe and secure online giving.
We use, PayPal, a secure site to receive our on-line donations. You do not have to have a PayPal account to use this site. When reviewing your donation you will have an opportunity to submit information concerning your donation by clicking on the blue typed "Special Instructions for Your Donation:".

Send Your Tithes & Offerings Securely Online!

You can now send your tithes & offerings online, anytime day or night, using your PayPal account or any major credit card. Simply click the Paypal buttons below to be connected with the fully secure PayPal website. The process is very easy, and please be sure to include your home address for the purpose of end-of-year financial accounting and your non-profit giving tax statement. Once your transaction is complete, you’ll be automatically returned to the Eitz-Chaim website.

Nathan
Nathan
"The moment we visited EC, our children loved the congregation and made friends instantly. EC feels like home. I feel the Holy Spirit during the worship service. The Lord has provided healing to my heart through words spoken during worship. My daughter says, "I love going to EC because ppl are nice and the kids are really nice.""
Claryssa
Claryssa
"EC to me means being a part of the Messianic body at large, and thereby being adopted into Israel and grafted into those beautiful people! It is recognizing the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and cleaving not just to Yeshua as my Messiah, but seeking to share Him with unbelievers - the Jew first and then to the gentile."
Karen
Karen
"Eitz Chaim is different than any other congregation, Christian or Messianic. Because of real genuine TORAH truth. And others seeking to constantly know what it takes to be in relationship with YHVH and be like Yeshua. Then genuine relationships form as close as family, striving toward Acts 2:42-47."
Brian
Brian
"Rabbi Schiller has truly guided me to the Lord. Welcoming me with open arms, Eitz Chaim has become my spiritual home." - Brian