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Online Shabbat Sukkot
Fri, Oct 2 at 8:00 pm

In this very odd year when we can't be at temple to build and enjoy our sukkah, how fortunate we are that Sukkot falls on Shabbat! Join us online for the traditional waving of the lulav and etrog, Sukkot songs and stories, and words from our clergy. Join us on Facebook!

In-Person Sukkot Nature Walk
Sat, Oct 3, 2:30-5:00 pm

Join Rabbi Billy, Rabbi Mara, Cantor Lance and Zach Plesent on a lovely Shabbat afternoon stroll through the Greenburgh Nature Center. While remaining socially distanced, tune in on your device to hear stories and songs of the woods. Then we'll gather for a Havdalah ceremony before heading home. Delightful! Registration begins soon! Registration a must -- sign up here.

Are You Building A Sukkah This Year?

Sometime before the Fri, Oct 2 Shabbat Sukkot service, please email some photographs of you in your sukkah to We'll share them during the service. Your celebration will bring increased joy to everyone.

Bring Sukkot Home By Building Your Own Sukkah

Building a sukkah at home can make Sukkot an exciting, hands-on and meaningful holiday observance. Members have involved their friends, relatives, and even their entire neighborhood in the project. A packet of ideas, suggestions and guidelines is available. Jewish tradition says we should drive that first nail into our sukkah upon returning home after Neilah on Yom Kippur.

Download our packet of ideas, suggestions and traditional guidelines here.


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