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, 6:00 pm Sukkot Shabbat dinner, 7:30 pm: Sukkot Shabbat Services in the Sanctuary RSVP here for Sukkot dinner.
SUKKOT IN THE HOME
Join Rabbis Stacy, Elana, and Lara, and Cantor David in a sukkah as they each host a neighborhood celebration around Marin County. For each event, bring a potluck vegetarian dish to share. As space will be limited, please sign up for only one Sukkot in the Home gathering. All venues are accessible for those with mobility challenges.