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Sukkot & Simchat Torah Services and Programs

We encourage you to download and use this fun Zoom background when you join our Sukkot events and services!

Erev Shabbat Service in the Sukkah, Friday, October 2, 6:30 pm: Join Here

Shabbat Morning Sukkot Service, Saturday, October 3, 10:00 am: Join Here

Women of Sinai Sangria "in the Sukkah", Tuesday, October 6, 7:30 pm: Join the Women of Sinai for a great evening of sangria and socializing while we explore the custom of “ushpizot,” symbolically inviting women guests into the sukkah. Visit our calendar page for our favorite sangria recipes. RSVP Here

ATID Sukkot: Young Adult Conversation and Community in Partnership with Blue Dove, Wednesday, October 7, 7:30 pm: We partner with Blue Dove Foundation for a meaningful conversation about Judaism’s insight on mental health issues. RSVP Here

Brotherhood Virtual Sukkot, Thursday, October 8, 7:00 pm: Join us virtually for schmoozing and learning about Sukkot with our clergy. Bring your own meal and drink of choice and meet us in the virtual Sukkah.  RSVP Here

Virtual Simchat Torah and Shabbat Services, Friday, October 9, 6:30 pm: In lieu of a sermon during this service, participants will be broken into groups for an opportunity to study a book of Torah with the Sinai clergy - including Rabbi Emeritus, Phil KranzRSVP Here

Shabbat Shemini Atzeret Yizkor Service, Saturday, October 10, 10:00 am: Join Here

Show Us What You Lu-Love About Sukkot!

On Sukkot we are told to be happy and to venture outside to celebrate with community. While we cannot be together to celebrate the new year and a new season, we can take this year to be creative and celebrate with our families.

There’s no “right way” to build a Sukkah – the only requirement is to make it FUN! We challenge you to get creative and build a sukkah – whether it’s a tiny sukkah, an extension of a pergola, made from piping and drapes or built from Legos, the opportunities are endless...Build away and submit photos to by Friday, October 9 for a chance to win a prize! The superlatives to strive for are most colorful, biggest, tiniest, most unique and best theme.

What to know about Sukkot:

 Sukkah How To’s and Inspiration:

 Lulav and Etrog Resources and (FUN!) Substitutes

Books, Crafts and Videos:

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