From the heights of Yom Kippur we land in Sukkot, the holiday our tradition calls zeman simchatanu—the Season of Our Rejoicing. Sukkot calls us toward delight—in what we have learned, what we have gathered, in all that has been revealed to us through out this past year. Led by Rabbi Yael, we will celebrate with songs of Hallel and prayers of thanksgiving.
The service takes place in the third floor chapel of Mishkan Shalom. It is followed by a lunch provided by A Way In.