Sukkot, also known as the Feast of Tabernacles, is a holiday that commemorates difficult circumstances in the wilderness, channels gratitude for the blessings we do have and celebrates our differences as we come together as one.
One of the symbols of Sukkot is the lulav, a bouquet of four different species of plant, all bound together. Each species represents a different type of Jew. They are different, but they come together to commemorate and celebrate this festive fall occasion.
The Oshman Family JCC invites you to a virtual Sukkot event that brings together Jews of many different backgrounds under the Sukkah of OFJCC CEO Zack Bodner. Zack and his family will welcome everyone virtually at the sukkah in their backyard.
Enjoy Shabbat prayers and light candles, and tune in to Zack's speech connecting Sukkot, the current state of the OFJCC and the community.
Friday, October 9
Online on Facebook Live
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