Join us for Sukkot, both a harvest festival and connection us to the time when recently freed Israelites built fragile lives and homes in the wilderness. A time for appreciating our blessings, Sukkot reminds us to pause and acknowledge the abundance of our tangible and symbolic harvests.
The location will be Sue Frank's back yard in the Fitler Square area. Please bring a snack to share.
Rabbi Julie will lead us in song and prayer. Since this will be an outdoor event, we regret that we will not be able to use Zoom for it.
Members - No registration needed; just show up.
Guests - we will gladly send you the address upon receiving your registration by September 30.