A Modern Twist on Ushpizin (Welcoming Guests)
I love the holiday of Sukkot. I have fond memories of building a sukkah with my family and using cornstalks ...
Special Sukkah Guests, from Dona Gracia to Jaden Smith
Jews of many backgrounds share the ushpizin they would invite this Sukkot.
Stuffed With Blessings for Sukkot
CSAs, holiday reflections and a bonus family kreplach recipe!
What Sukkot and the Day of the Dead Have in Common
Bringing together my Mexican and Jewish heritages.
God Does Not Discriminate; People Do
What does it mean to envision a truly inclusive and holy community?
That Time the Lulav Made Me Cry
I love the holiday season – I even love a three day yontif (yom tov, or holiday). With the exception ...
A Moonstone for the Feast of Tabernacles: Celebrating Sukkot as a part of a Jewish and Queer Community
The theory of a sukkah feels queer to me – a temporary, self-built space for the purpose of shelter, but ...
Sukkot and Simchat Torah: Resources and Reflections
This year we’ve rounded up a menu of our past Sukkot and Simchat Torah posts for you to explore. Below you’ll find resource guides, rabbinical ...