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Celebrate Sukkot with TI

Zman Simchateinu - The Time of Our Joy

For Sukkot, we present a mix of in-person and online observances and celebrations-- and even a special walk/bike ride Torah Hunt for Simchat Torah!

Please see our schedule below and... joy-n us for Sukkot!

Note that as of this evening, Friday October 2nd, ALL Temple Israel services will use one, dedicated 
Zoom link (passcode: minyan).

Schedule of Services & Activities

View the full Services schedule (PDF one-sheet) Updated 10/7/2020:

Monday, Oct 5 through Thursday, Oct 8th: Chol HaMo’ed - regular minyan times with the NEW ZOOM LINK 

Friday, Oct 9 
7:30am Hoshana Rabbah services Zoom link (passcode: minyan); followed by Hoshanot outdoors, in TI parking lot, in person,
approximately 8:30am (also 
Zoomed)
5:30pm Shabbat/Shmini Atzeret Ma’ariv  
5:53pm Light memorial candle and Shabbat/Yom Tov Candle lighting (including a long-burning flame)  

Saturday, Oct 10 
9am Shabbat/Yom Tov services; Yizkor; Memorial Plaques Dedicated; Bar Mitzvah of Mikey Goldman  
6:55pm Ma’ariv for Simchat Torah; families in leading a Hakafa should please contact Rabbi Fish
After 6:55pm Candle lighting from pre-existing flame  

Sunday, Oct 11 
9am Simchat Torah Yom Tov services; families in leading a Hakafa should please contact Rabbi Fish
10:15am Join us to honor TI's Simchat Torah Honorees!: Hakafot and Torah Service (outdoors, in person; requires pre-registration HERE; also Zoomed
3-5pm Simchat Torah Bike Ride/Torah Hunt

6:53pm Yom Tov ends 
7:15pm Ma’ariv/Havdalah  

Monday, Oct 12 
9am Morning Minyan (Columbus Day; office closed)  
7:15pm Evening Minyan (resumes regular daily schedule but continuing with NEW ZOOM LINK ) 

Simchat Torah Great Torah Hunt

Simchat Torah will look a little different this year! Grab your bikes, scooters, dogs and/or walking legs and meet at the Temple Israel Parking Lot to grab your map! We have 5 different neighborhood hakafot (circles) to offer, each within a mile from Temple Israel. Stuffed Torahs and/or Torah signs will be displayed at various houses along the route; nestled in a bush, hanging in a tree, on the front steps, etc. Head on out to see if you can spot all the Torahs then come back to TI for a special treat!

Sunday, Oct 11th, 3-5pm [more info here]

Thu, October 29 2020 11 Cheshvan 5781