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Sukkot is an eight-day agricultural festival that originally was considered a thanksgiving for the fruit harvest. During this time, it's considered a mitzvah to eat and spend time in sukkahs, temporary dwellings that evoke the structures that the Jews inhabited during the 40 years of travel through the wilderness after the exodus from Egypt. During the holiday, four species should be held together and waved: etrog (fruit of the citron tree), lulav (palm frond), hadas (leaves from the myrtle tree), and aravah (leaves from the willow tree). 


The Sukkot Shabbat Service and dinner is a celebratory evening for all ages, as we perform the mitzvah together of eating and gathering outdoors, in our beautiful sukkah.

*Services will be both in-person and virtual, unless otherwise indicated.


Sun, June 23 2024 17 Sivan 5784