Building a Sukkah

Celebrating Sukkot in your own sukkah is a uniquely joyful experience. All you need is enthusiasm, a small patch of open sky, and a few basic materials. Our resources show you how to build a sukkah and how to fully enjoy this special tradition.

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As we watch with despair the news from Israel/Palestine, we invite you to join us for an event that will offer some hope. Join us on Thursday May 20th for a talk with Rabbi Haviva Ner-David about her debut novel, Hope Valley, which offers hope for a real and lasting peace in the region, through human connection. Author Amy Gottlieb will interview Haviva about the book. It promises to be an eye-opening and uplifting discussion. Register here.

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