Celebrate Sukkot

10:30 am - Welcoming the Holiday with Story and Song Religious School students and parents should join us in the Sukkah. We will shake the lulav and etrog and welcome the holiday with songs and prayers. Families are invited to bring a picnic lunch; drinks and desserts provided.

7:00 pm - An Interfaith Evening of Sukkot Hospitality Gather with our friends from faiths for a service and text study exploring the themes of this holiday – peace, welcoming guests and caring for our world. The evening will include music and meditation, dialogue and snacks in the Sukkah. The evening will conclude by 8:30.


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