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Sukkot & Simchat Torah

  • The festival of Sukkot is the most joyous of the three biblically mandated festivals. In the holiday prayers, Sukkot is described simply as the "Season of our Rejoicing"!

    Sukkot is the holiday when we celebrate Jewish unity as symbolized by the sukkah, whose holy walls bring us all together; and the Four Kinds, that symbolize the essential unity of all Jews, despite differing levels of Torah knowledge and observance.

    The culmination is the holiday is Simchat Torah when we rejoice with the Torahs with Dancing and Celebration! We also complete the reading of the entire Torah and begin anew.

    See below, we have updated the full Simchat Torah schedule.

  • Simchat Torah Services schedule: (Services will be held outdoors, with tents if nec.)


    Shabbat, October 10

    Morning Services: 10:00 am (Yizkor Approximately 11:00am)

    Evening services , Simchat Torah celebration under the stars and Dinner: 8:00pm 

    Sunday, Oct. 11

    Morning Services: 10:00 am (This service includes the completion of the Torah and an immediate restart)

  • All Sukkot and Simchat Torah events are  free of charge.

    Please consider sponsoring or contributing towards the holidays with Chabad.

    Simchat Torah Sponsor $770! 

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