A sukkah must be large enough to contain a person's head, body, and table. The walls of the sukkah may be made of any material, but must be sturdy enough to withstand an ordinary wind. Sukkot begins at sunset on September 27th and lasts through the evening of October 4—try your hand at sukkah building this year!Read more
Brush up on the basics of this holiday in a hut.
A major focus of public worship on Sukkot is the waving of the “four species.”
The theological and agricultural dimensions of the holiday converge in the symbolism of the sukkah.
Creative tips for the happiest time of the year.
How to assemble and shake a lulav.
A piping hot fall treat for Sukkot.
A delicious appetizer for your Sukkot meal.
A wonderful fall dessert.
A great soup to sip in the Sukkah.
A German Jewish tradition.
Traditions & Rituals
A temporary dwelling.
Instructions for the do-it-yourselfer.
There are many ways to explain what the four species represent.
How did this tradition develop?
What to look for, how to care for it and uses after Sukkot.
Sukkot is a seasonal agricultural holiday and one of the three pilgrimage festivals.
Observances are associated with the land.
A Sukkot ritual from ancient times.
Celebrating the land while in the Diaspora.
Some old customs have been revitalized.