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Sukkot And Simchat Torah
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Rabbi's Message
 
We have reached a time to celebrate!

As we come from the High Holidays when we have been signed and sealed for a great year ahead. Sukkot and Simchat Torah is the season of our rejoicing.

Join us for our Sukkot celebrations and in our Mobile Sukkah or our Regular Sukkah and Simchat Torah celebration for more details please see bellow...

Wishing you a Chag Sameach!

Rabbi Yisroel and Chaya Kotlarsky

Service Schedule
 

Sukkot Day 1 // October 2

Candle Lighting: 6:23pm

Sukkot Day 1 // October 3

Morning Service: 10:00am
Candle Lighting after: 7:19pm

Sukkot Day 2 // October 4

Morning Service: 10:00am
Holiday Ends: 7:18pm

Shemini Atzeret // October 9

Candle Lighting: 6:12pm

Shemini Atzeret // October 10

Morning Service: 10:00am
Yizkor Service: 11:00 am
Candle Lighting After: 7:08 pm
Evening Services and Hakafot: 7:10pm

Simchat Torah // October 11

Main Hakafot Service and Torah Reading: 11:00am - 12:30 pm
Holiday Ends: 7:07pm


Lulav and Esrog Stand
 
This is a mitzvah that is unique to Sukkot is the taking of the Four Kinds: an etrog (citron), a lulav (palm frond), at least three hadassim (myrtle branches) and two aravot (willow branches). The Midrash tells us that the Four Kinds represent the various types and personalities that comprise the community of Israel, whose intrinsic unity we emphasize on Sukkot.

Text 484-533-7009 to schedule a time to Shake the Lulav and Etrog!

We shake the Lulav till Friday October 9th.

Simchat Torah Celebration
 
Sing! Dance! Celebrate!

Sing and dance in celebration of the annual completion of the Torah reading. Young and old becomes the legs of our holy Torah, enabling it to dance. Join us outdoors for Covid Safe In place, socially distanced dancing and fun Enjoy Pre packaged refreshments and plenty of l'chaim as we dance with the Torah!

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