Sukkot

The Sukkah Still Stands

Despite the dangers and tragedies of our world, we can take comfort in the divine protection symbolized by the Sukkah.

Numbers 29: 35 – 30:1: Maftir

Additional Torah Reading on Simchat Torah. Shemini Atzeret and Simhat Torah in the Community. Rejoicing with the Torah. Jewish Holidays.

Attah Hareita: It Has Been Shown To You

A prayer recited on Simchat Torah

Deuteronomy 14:22-16:17: Tithing, Sabbaticals and Pilgrimage

A connection between Sukkot and this "eighth day of assembly."

Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12: The Death of Moses

The first Torah reading for Simchat Torah

Inviting People of All Religions to the Sukkah

Sharing Sukkot with people of different faiths

Inviting Jews of the World to the Sukkah

Jewish World Perspective of Ushpizin, Welcoming Guests to The Sukkah. Sukkot at Home. Festival of Booths. Jewish Holidays.

Leviticus 22:26-23:44: Divinely Ordained Festivals

The Torah reading for the first two days of Sukkot

I Kings 8:2-21: Solomon Builds the First Temple

The Haftarah (prophetic reading) for the second day of Sukkot

Ezekiel 38:18-39:16: The Destruction of Gog

The haftarah (prophetic reading) for Shabbat that falls on the intermediate days of Sukkot