Sukkot begins on the evening of Sunday, October 13, and lasts for seven nights. It is followed by Simchat Torah on Sunday, October 20, where we joyously dance with the Torah. During Sukkot we recreate our forebears' wandering in the desert by building temporary shelters, or sukkot, where we can study, eat and sleep.
Monday, October 14, 10:30 am: Sukkot Festival Services
Friday, October 18, 7:30 pm: Sukkot Shabbat Services in the Sanctuary
Sunday, October 20, 10:30 am
5:30 pm adult learning | 6:00 pm pizza dinner | 6:30 pm services, blessing and dancing for all
Come early to enlighten your eyes with a little Torah, then take a pizza break to build up the energy for a dance party in the sanctuary! Our very own Rodef Sholom musicans will provide energetic music for dancing with our Torahs! This joyous holiday is one of the highlights of the Jewish calendar. We invite all families to bring your children and receive a special blessing to start off the school year.
SHEMINI ATZERET & YIZKOR
Monday, October 21
One of four special services throughout the year, Yizkor is a time to remember and honor our loved ones. May their memories be a blessing.