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Sukkot

Sukkot BBQ
Mon, Sep 20 at 5:00 pm

Due to COVID restrictions, we will be having 3 sessions in the tent and attendance is limited each session. There will be no walk-ins this year. Everyone will need to be pre-registered to attend. To sign up, click here.

Time slots are:  5:00 pm - 5:45 pm, 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm, 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm
During each shift, all events will take place in the tent. WCT will provide all the food. There will be no pot-luck food this year.

Cost $20/adults, $10/kids under 12, or $40/family.

Make sure to sign up right away —spots are limited for each time slot. If your preferred time slot is filled, consider another time or feel free to add your name to the Waiting List.
We will once again be collecting gift cards for the Domestic Abuse Task Force.

Shabbat Sukkot
Fri, Sep 24 at 8:00 pm

The holiday Sukkot is filled with so many messages for us today: The need to take care of our planet. The need to provide shelter to everyone. The need to see that every mouth is fed. Come join us for a celebration of the miraculous bounty we enjoy, and what we can to see that others benefit as well.

Are You Building A Sukkah This Year?

Sometime before the Fri, Sep 24 Shabbat Sukkot service, please email some photographs of you in your sukkah to rabbimara@wct.org. 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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Thu, December 2 2021 28 Kislev 5782