Celebrate Sukkot

  •  Friday, October 2:  The holidays are not over! Immediately following Yom Kippur, we celebrate Sukkot and the celebration will last for 8 days.  All over the world Jews build little booths called sukkahs and go out and eat and entertain in them (some even sleep in their sukkot), to be close to nature and to appreciate both the bounty we share and the fragility of life.  Sukkot is a joyful holiday which has an earthiness which is refreshing. So . . . Come and celebrate with us on Friday evening October 2 at 6:15 as we gather outside in the beautiful Beth Chaim sukkah.  You can bring your own dinner and lawn chair and we will sing outside and shake the lulav.  Young families with tot Shabbat-aged children are invited to join us then too!  At 7:30 we will have Shabbat Sukkot services in the sanctuary and share in an Oneg Shabbat to follow.