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Sukkot and Simchat Torah 5783 - Services & Events

Sukkot Services & Events:

Erev Sukkot Singalong Rehearsal

Thursday, October 6 ♦ 6:30 PM at CBE and via ZOOM

Join us for a casual, relaxing evening of folk melodies and nature songs as we learn the music for our fabulous Erev Sukkot singalong (taking place on Sunday, October 9th in Henry and Jai Thomas’ sukkah). Sing along, hum along, or drum along - no singing experience necessary!

RSVP to Cantor Sarra: cantorsarra@bethelohim.org


 

Erev Sukkot Service, Singalong, and Potluck Dinner

Sunday, October 9  5:30 to 7:00 PM

In person (Thomas home, Stow) and via ZOOM

Join us for a vegetarian potluck dinner, singalong, and Erev Sukkot service at Jai and Henry Thomas’ sukkah in Stow. Take in the beautiful sunset view and bring instruments!

Sign up HERE and let us know what food dish you are bringing to share.

This form is set up so that you can see what others, already signed up, are bringing. 

You can then choose what you will bring so we can cover all courses and have enough of each course!  

If you have any questions about appropriate food items for a vegetarian potluck or any other questions, email jaithomas@bethelohim.org.


 

Celebrate Sukkot in the Most Hands-on Way Possible

Purchase your own Lulav and Etrog set

Deadline for ordering:  5:00 PM on Sunday, October 2nd.

 

Ordering has closed.

One of the prime mitzvot of the holiday is to handle and wave the Arba’at Haminim (the Four Species) and to carry them in the procession at our Sukkot services, at home and at our religious school observances.

Cost is $50 for a standard size set.  Toy/Stuffed sets for your children can be purchased for $16.95 per set.  
 
Pick-up:  You may pick up your set in the synagogue kitchen after 12:00 PM on Friday, October 11.   Your name will be noted on the Etrog box.   There will be no reminder calls.
 
For questions, contact Shoshana at szuckerman@bethelohim.org.
 

 

Sukkot Morning Service

Monday, October 10 ♦ 9:30 AM

CBE sanctuary and ZOOM

 

Join us to celebrate the first day of Sukkot.  


 

Wine & Cheese in the CBE Sukkah

Sponsored by Brotherhood and Sisterhood

Wednesday, October 12 ♦ 7:00 PM

CBE Sukkah

 

Brotherhood and Sisterhood would like to invite you to join us for an evening in the CBE Sukkah.  

There is no fee for this adults only, age 21 and over,  Sukkot celebration!  All are welcome whether Brotherhood or Sisterhood members or not.

Snacks, wine, and cider will be provided.  

Please register below by Monday, October 10th so we know how many people will join us.  

We look forward to seeing our fellow CBE folks in the Sukkah!  


 

Sukkot/ Friday Evening Shabbat Services

Friday, October 14

Tot Shabbat at 5:30 PM

Ruach Shabbat with Consecration at 7:00 PM

CBE Sukkah and ZOOM

 

Eat, sing and celebrate Shabbat and our awesome hut holiday with blessings and song.


 

Sukkot Family Dinner and Movie Night Under the Stars

Saturday, October 15 ♦ 6:00 PM

Sukkot Family Dinner at 6:00 PM

Movie around 6:45 PM

Join the CBE Community for dinner followed by a brief Havdalah service in the Sukkah and then the movie,  A Bug's Life,  on the big screen outside!

There is no charge and all are welcome, but registration is required.  

Sign up HERE by Thursday, October 13th to let us know how many are coming and if there are any food allergies we need to know about.


 

Simchat Torah Celebration and Services 

Simchat Torah Celebration with Klezmer musician, Barry Shapiro

Sunday, October 16 ♦ 5:30 PM

Simchat Torah Celebration with special guest Klezmer musician Barry Shapiro

Location: CBE sanctuary and ZOOM

Join our joyful community celebration of connection and learning as we begin a new cycle of Torah. After a brief service, we'll sing and dance the night away with our special guest, klezmer musician Barry Shapiro. This is an experience for all ages!


 

Sh'mini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Services (with Yizkor)

Monday, October 17 ♦ 9:30 AM

CBE sanctuary and ZOOM

Join us for services to celebrate the end of Sukkot and our month-long holiday season,


 

Adult Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are needed as Greeters, ZOOM Hosts, set-up and clean-up for Simchat Torah dinner, and moving chairs to and from the Thomas's house.  SIGN-UP HERE TO VOLUNTEER.

Wed, November 30 2022 6 Kislev 5783