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Dwelling in the Booths with God in our midst!
Isn’t it exciting that God asks each generation to build temporary shelters to dwell with Him annually every year?
Isn’t it exciting that God asks us to bring branches and wave and rejoice to celebrate this time with each other and with Him?
Isn’t it exciting to think about how 2,000 years ago God sent His Son – the Messiah to dwell with His people on earth to show them His ways of love, His ways of life, his ways of salvation?
For Seven Nights we will have activities in our Sukkah (please see the attached brochure of all the activities) which include dancing, crafts, games, worship, prayer, and much more.
On the Seventh Night we will celebrate Hashana Rabah with a water drawing reenactment.
On the Eighth Night, Shimini Atzaret, which technically isn’t a part of Sukkot, we will have a community reading of the Book of Revelation. Come at 6pm and bring a dish to share for the Marriage Supper of The Lamb and then we will have a community interactive reading of the book which gives all who read and hear a special blessing.
We will celebrate Simchat Torah, the re-rolling of the Torah Scroll on Saturday Morning during our regular Shabbat Service starting at 10:30.