Sukkot Services will be held on Sunday, October 13, at 7 pm. Children are invited to come at 6:30 to decorate the sukkah. They should bring vegetables, gourds, or flowers. A Sukkot Morning Service will be held on Monday at 10 am. All are welcome.
Sukkot, the Festival of Booths, is a week-long fall festival. The sukkah, the non-permanent outdoor hut, is meant to recall the time the Israelites spent wandering in the desert. Sukkot was also once a holiday of agricultural thanksgiving, and this is celebrated with the holiday’s other great ritual items: the lulav and etrog.