Sukkot, the “Festival of Booths” is the week-long Jewish celebration of the fall harvest. It is a joyous holiday following the more somber High Holy Days. Learn about Sukkot customs, symbols and meaning at ReformJudaism.org.
North Shore Synagogue observes Sukkot with Erev Sukkot and Sukkot morning services, as well as events throughout the week for congregants of all ages including our Religious School students. We eat, shake the lulav, sniff the etrog and celebrate in our beautfiul sukkah.
Brotherhood Sukkot Building, Decorating and BBQ – Sunday, September 23 at 11:00am
Shabbat Under the Stars – Shabbat services in the sukkah after an opportunity to observe the sky through a telescope guided by our own astronomer – Friday, September 28 at 7:00pm. (Services start at 7:30 pm.)
Sukkot Morning Services – Followed by a light luncheon – Monday, Septemember 24 at 10:30am