It’s our Sukkot Shabbat on Friday night at 6:30pm! Attend in-person or virtually.
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Sukkot – Did You Know?!
- Sukkot is Hebrew for “booths” or “shelters. Sukkahs are built to resemble the small huts the Israelites used as shelter while wandering the desert for 40 years.
- The Four Species of Sukkot are the etrog (citron fruit), lulav (palm branches), hadasim (myrtle branches) and aravot (willow branches).
- Sukkot begins five days after Yom Kippur.