Prayer, Music, & Spirituality
Learning, Growth, & Families
Days after the deep introspection of Yom Kippur, our tradition tells us to get out of our homes and dwell in temporary outdoor structures, shake the lulav and etrog, sing Hallel, and engage in the embodied ritual experience of Sukkot. In doing so, we come face to face with the realities of our fragility and vulnerability while acknowledging the profound blessings of safety, security, and the abundance of our literal or symbolic harvests. Join us as we celebrate Sukkot and the High Holy Days season continues.
As we gather together in the sukkah, we are excited to share this collection of sources, ideas, and questions for discussion. By exploring the reasons we sit in the sukkah, this resource invites us to explore concepts of gratitude, faith, and inclusivity with one another around the sukkah table.