Sukkot and Simchat Torah 2022

Sunday Evening, Oct 9
Suktoberfest Celebration @ 4:00 pm
Saturday Morning, Oct 15
Sukkot Shacharit @ 9:30 am – a traditional service largely in Hebrew.
Sukkot Torah Service @ 11:00 am (nursery provided)
Sukkot Havdalah and Movie on the Lawn @ 7:30 pm
Monday Evening, Oct 17
2022 Simchat Torah Celebration @ 7:30 pm

Suktoberfest is a Tikvat David tradition that combines the best of ancient Sukkot festivities with Octoberfest fun. It begins with light food, drinks, and games at 4:00 pm. Then at 6:45 pm we prepare to light the holiday candles and officially welcome the seven-day festival. This is when the pre-ordered lulavs can be put together. After short teaching about the use of lulavs we proceed to dinner and visit with each other in the Sukkot. During the Saturday Morning Service, we recite special festival prayers and read from the Torah, but then finish the day with Havdalah and a Movie outdoors. Simchat Torah (Monday evening) is the end of the Fall holidays when we read the final passage from the Torah scroll, immediately reroll it to the very beginning and begin anew in Genesis.