Join Rabbi David and Julie Nesnansky as we celebrate Sukkot and Kehilla’s new members with a joyous musical service and procession with the lulav followed by kiddish in the Sukkah. Appropriate for everyone in the family. Please bring vegetarian finger food to share.
Sukkot is here! We would love for you to join us for our family-friendly Sukkot celebrations. Everyone is welcome as we celebrate this most joyous holiday!
♦ Sukkot Shabbat Potluck in the Sukkah: Friday, October 2, 6:30pm
♦ Sukkot Shabbat & Welcome to New Members: Saturday, October 3, 10:30am
We also invite you to come hang out in our sukkah at your leisure! Sukkot begins on September 27 and ends on October 4.
Sukkot Shabbat Friday Evening Potluck in the Sukkah: Friday, October 2, 6:30pm
Bring the whole family and join us for a potluck Sukkot dinner in the Sukkah (and/or Social Hall). This is not a ritual-heavy event – our major purpose is to celebrate and be happy, which is the very purpose the Torah describes for the holiday. We’ll do a few blessings, then a potluck dinner, conversation, perhaps a chance for kids to make sukkah decorations, and then, as you choose to, do the ritual of blessing the lulav palm frond and shaking in blessing to all the world’s directions with Rabbi David. Remember: Bring a vegetarian potluck dish to share and be joyous. (Fish okay, but no shellfish, please.)