One of the special Sukkot mitzvot is the mitzvah of the “Four Kinds” – the lulav, etrog, myrtle and willow. This is a mitzvah like any other mitzvah of the Torah, but it is a very significant one and symbolic of unity and harmony. When the blessings are recited overContinue Reading

SUKKOT Sunday, October 13 • Sukkot Eve  Light Holiday Candles 6:17 PM Evening Services 6:45 PM Dinner in the Sukkah * 7:00 PM Monday, October 14 • Sukkot Day 1  Morning Services Shaking of Lulav &  Etrog during Prayer Service 10:00 AM Followed by Kiddush & Lunch in the Sukkah 12:00Continue Reading