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Chag Sukkot Sameach!

Friday, 10/2 - Friday, 10/9
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Sukkot begins on the 15th day of the month of Tishrei and continues for seven days. It is known by several names, none more descriptive than Z’man Simchataynu, Day of Our Rejoicing. Hag HaSukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, reminds us of the huts (sukkot) in which our ancestors dwelt in the desert for forty years on their way to the Promised Land. 

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Full Holiday and Service Schedule
Join us for In-Person and Online Sukkot Services 
Click Here to View the Full Service Schedule Below

We look forward to multiple opportunities for our community to worship together (both online and safely in-person) throughout the Festival of Sukkot. We will also cultivate multiple opportunities for you to visit our sukkah and synagogue campus, to experience the joy and power of our fall festivals. Registration for onsite experiences coming soon. 

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Visit the Adas Israel Sukkah

Book a time to come shake the lulav and etrog in our beautiful community sukkah, or to spend some mindful time with yourself or your family in our sacred space. Guided experiences and registration will be shared soon. Please note that no eating or drinking will be permitted in the Adas sukkah.

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Sukkot Services in the Adas Parking Lot

Click Here to Register Fully Booked

Join us in the Adas Israel parking lot for sukkot services. In-person attendance will be limited, so please sign up right away and only if you fully intend to join, to allow for maximum participation, thank you! The parking lot will be properly spaced out for safe distance between davveners. *Masks are required. Online access will also be available to all of these services. 

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Livestreamed Sukkot Services

Click Here to View the Full Service Schedule Below

All of our Sukkot services will be available via livestream throughout the holiday. Please scroll below for a full schedule of services. We look forward to worshiping with you over the airwaves throughout the festival.

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Simchat Torah

Saturday, October 10 - Sunday, October 11

The final day of this holiday season, Simchat Torah (which in Israel is the same day as Shemini Atzeret), celebrates the festival of rejoicing in the Torah. We take part 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).

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In-Person Opportunity: An Outdoor Simchat Torah Celebration!

Erev Simchat Torah, Sat Eve, October 10 at 6:30pm

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On Simchat Torah, the Torah scrolls wish to dance—so we become their feet! Join the Adas Israel community for a safe, outdoor, musical community celebration on the most joyous holiday of our holy calendar. Dance (at a safe distance) with Adas family and friends in the parking lot, and join us for a creative, safe, outdoor Simchat Torah experience.

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Erev Sukkot, Friday, Oct. 2

7:30am Morning Minyan
6:00pm Mincha / Kabbalat Chag Service

Siddur Shabbat & Festival Evening Pages: Download Here

Day 1, Saturday, Oct. 3

9:15am Shabbat / Chag Morning Service
11:00am Sukkot Children’s Service
6:00pm Mincha / Kabbalat Chag Service

Siddur Shabbat & Festival Morning Pages: Download Here
Torah Reading, Sukkot Day 1: Download Here
Siddur Shabbat & Festival Afternoon Pages: Download Here
Siddur Shabbat & Festival Evening Pages: Download Here

Day 2, Sunday, Oct. 4

9:15am TEM-Led Morning Service
10:00am Youth Program
1:00pm Mincha

Siddur Shabbat & Festival Morning Pages: Download Here
Torah Reading, Sukkot Day 2: Download Here
Siddur Shabbat & Festival Afternoon Pages: Download Here
Siddur Shabbat & Festival Evening Pages: Download Here

Day 3, Monday, Oct. 5

8:00am Morning Minyan / Chol HaMoed Sukkot
6:00pm Mincha / Maariv Services

Sukkot Weekday Morning Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Mincha Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Maariv Pages: Download Here
Psalm 27 for the Season of Repentance: Download Here

Day 4, Tuesday, Oct. 6

8:00am Morning Minyan / Chol HaMoed Sukkot
6:00pm Mincha / Maariv Services

Sukkot Weekday Morning Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Mincha Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Maariv Pages: Download Here
Psalm 27 for the Season of Repentance: Download Here

Day 5, Wednesday, Oct. 7

8:00am Morning Minyan / Chol HaMoed Sukkot
6:00pm Mincha / Maariv Services

Sukkot Weekday Morning Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Mincha Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Maariv Pages: Download Here
Psalm 27 for the Season of Repentance: Download Here

Day 6, Thursday, Oct. 8

8:00am Morning Minyan / Chol HaMoed Sukkot
6:00pm Mincha / Maariv Services

Sukkot Weekday Morning Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Mincha Pages: Download Here
Siddur Sim Shalom Maariv Pages: Download Here
Psalm 27 for the Season of Repentance: Download Here

Day 7, Erev Shemini Atzeret, Friday, Oct. 9

8:00am Morning Minyan / Hoshana Rabba Service
6:00pm Mincha / Maariv Services
Click to Join the Service from Home

Hoshana Rabba Guide: Download Here
Sukkot Weekday Morning Pages: Download Here

Siddur Shabbat & Festival Evening Pages: Download Here

Day 8, Shemini Atzeret / Erev Simchat Torah, Saturday, Oct. 10

9:30am Chag Morning Service/ Yizkor Service (10:30am) 
Click to Join the Service from Home
6:30pm Erev Simchat Torah Maariv & Hakafot
Click to Join the Service from Home

Siddur Shabbat & Festival Morning Pages: Download Here
Torah Reading, Shemini Atzeret: Download Here
Siddur Shabbat & Festival Evening Pages: Download Here
Hakafot for Simchat Torah: Download Here

Simchat Torah, Sunday, Oct. 11

9:15am Simchat Torah Morning Service
Click to Join the Service from Home
10:00am Simchat Torah Family Program
Click to Join the Service from Home
1:00pm Mincha
Click to Join the Service from Home

Siddur Shabbat & Festival Morning Pages: Download Here
Torah Reading, Simchat Torah: Download Here
Siddur Shabbat & Festival Afternoon Pages: Download Here
Hakafot for Simchat Torah: Download Here

Sat, April 17 2021 5 Iyyar 5781