Sukkat Shalom has four main types of activities that generally occur once a month except during the summer.
Kabbalat Shabbat: Join us to welcome in Shabbat. With a relatively short service we join together reading prayers from our siddur, Kol Haneshama, with music and song. This is followed by either a simple kiddush or our popular bring-your-food-to-share potluck dinner.
Saturday morning service/sacharit: A musical morning service with torah readings and sometimes a B’mitzvah. Followed by a kiddush where we bless the wine and challah and have a chance to schmooze with each other.
Talking Torah: Come join us on a Saturday morning to discuss the week’s Torah portion with Rabbi Lillian.
Adult Education: Join Rabbi Lillian as she leads us in learning about who we are, what we do and what we know, as progressive Jews.
In addition to these, we often have activities in connection with the major Jewish holidays during autumn and spring.