SUKKOT/SIMCHAT TORAH at MAKOMNY
Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that remembers when the Jews were wandering in the desert, unable to make roots, and so they create sukkot, or booths, as they traveled through the desert.
During the Festival of Sukkot, one of the three major Festivals in the Jewish calendar, we are commanded to dwell and eat in sukkot, in booths. We are also told to shake the lulav, smell the etrog, and invite guests into our sukkot.
At MakomNY, we celebrate Sukkot with several fun activities in the Bravo Sukkah:
Teen Gathering in the Sukkah, Monday, September 20th, 6:30-8:00pm
RSVP HERE for the Teen Gathering
Shabbat Dinner in the Sukkah, Friday, September 24th, 6:00pm
Sukkot Open House, Sunday, September 26th, 4:00-6:00pm
RSVP for any of these Sukkot events HERE.
The festival ends with the holiday of Simchat Torah, when we roll the Torah from the very end of Deuteronomy to the beginning of Genesis.
At MakomNY, we celebrate Simchat Torah with a wonderful evening of fun:
Simchat Torah Celebration
Tuesday, September 28th at the Bethpage Worship Center, 600 Broadway, Bethpage
6:30pm - Simchat Torah Service
7:00pm - Dancing with the Torahs and Unrolling the Torah
7:30pm - Oneg Celebration and Conclusion
and... Yizkor and Festival Morning Service
Wednesday, September 29th at 11:00am at Rabbi Bravo's Sukkah in Woodbury
Followed by Kiddush Lunch
RSVP for Yizkor Festival Service HERE.
At MakomNY, each year we celebrate Sukkot and Simchat Torah as a community with joyous celebrations and fun activities for all ages!