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- Friday, October 9, Hoshanah Rabah, Service at 7:30am, Kaballat Shabbat at 6:30pm - in the tent and Zoom 

- Saturday, October 10, Shemini Atzeret with Yizkor at 9:30am - in the tent and Zoom
- Sunday, October 11, Simchat Torah Service at 9:30am - in the tent and Zoom (Details below)

Simchat Torah

Sunday, October 11 at 9:30am

The final day of this holiday season, Simchat Torah celebrates the festival of rejoicing in the Torah. We give thanks for the Torah by parading the scrolls around in a joyous ceremony known as seven hakafot, in which men, women, and children of all ages participate.  It is on this day that we complete the annual reading of the Torah and begin again with the first words of Bereshit (Genesis).


Please come enjoy the last holiday of our holiday season!
Dancing — Singing — Delicious Food — Adult Beverages
Fun for kids and adults!
We will be honoring Lauren and Scott Miller and Joan and Stuart Margolis with Hattan and Kallat Torah and Hattan and Kallat Bereshit. Come celebrate with them and enjoy a delicious kiddush sponsored by last year’s honorees Judy and David Skolnick and Stacy and Adam Dworkin.
This will be our last in person holiday for a long time to come. It will be very special to be together in our tent to close out this challenging holiday season. Even if you do not usually come on Simchat Torah, come this year. We need everyone! It is so important to take advantage of every opportunity we can to be together and to celebrate good things! 
Bring your own lawn chairs. Masks must be worn while walking around. They may be removed when seated during the service and while eating. Please also bring your own kippah and tallit. The service will also be on zoom






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Mon, October 26 2020 8 Cheshvan 5781