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This year make room for chocolate in your Sukkot celebration.

Rabbi Deborah Prinz

Sure enough, last week I saw the first chatzav flower of the season – which was actually sort of surprising, as it's been several years since the last leap year, so the holidays are "early" in the solar year this year. 

Rabbi Marc Rosenstein

The sukkah is a symbol of fragility. We build the temporary structure each year and know that it is only meant to last for the week-long holiday. It sways in the breeze. The raindrops land inside.

Rabbi Phyllis Sommer
At the start of Sukkot, we asked all of our social media friends, fans, and followers to share a photo of their sukkah.
Spread over us the sukkah of Your peace. Blessed are You O Lord, who spreads out a sukkah of peace over us, over the entire people Israel, and over Jerusalem.
Rabbi Marc Rosenstein

The reading for the Festival of Sukkot comes from Parashat Emor in the book of Leviticus.

Renee Frank Holtz

The Lord, the Lord is gracious and compassionate, patient, and abounding in kindness and faithfulness, assuring love for a thousand generations, forgiving iniquity, transgression and si

Rabbi Marc Rosenstein

In our community, we take to heart Rabbi Perlin's words, "Our sukkah is open for all to come and dwell." Whenever we have guests from Israel in our community, they are always invited to attend Shab

Beth L. Schwartz

You shall live in booths seven days; all citizens in Israel shall live in booths, in order that future generations may know that I made the Israelite people live in booths whe

Rabbi Marc Rosenstein


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