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Sukkot and Simchat Torah 


We think of the temporary shelter our ancestors dwelled in during their journey through the wilderness while giving thanks for our homes and looking at what can be done for those who are without a home.On Sunday, September 23 all are welcome to be part of this joyous celebration. 

At 4:00 PM the staff of the School of Jewish Studies will lead activities for children ages 5-13.   While these continue, Rabbi Ken will provide an experience for keiki ages 2-5 beginning at 4:30 PM. A family friendly Sukkot service begins at 5:15 PM followed by a BBQ dinner at 6:00 PM featuring "Story Time in the Sukkah."



We bring the marathon of September holidays to a joyous conclusion on Sunday, September 30.At 10:00 AM the staff of SJS leads activities for children ages 5-13 while Rabbi Ken leads a celebration for keiki ages 2-5 at 10:45 AM. A breakfast nosh at 10:00 AM will be followed at 11:00 AM by a family friendly Simchat Torah celebration. Enough hands are needed to unfurl a Torah scroll completely around the sanctuary.

Wed, April 24 2019 19 Nisan 5779