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Sukkot begins at Sundown on Sunday, September 23, 2018.

sukkot4gridSukkot, a Hebrew word meaning "booths" or "huts," refers to the Jewish festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest.  It also commemorates the 40 years of Jewish wandering in the desert after the giving of the Torah atop Mt. Sinai. Jews have observed the holiday by building sukkot (booths) in their yards and spending some or all of the week living in them.

At Judea Reform, we celebrate Sukkot with a special worship service -- sometimes at the synagogue, sometimes at a campground. Even if you don't build your own sukkah at home, there's a community sukkah beside our building, so you can have a meal, wave a lulav, or smell an etrog. Want to learn more about Sukkot? Click here for an explanation of the hoiday and its observances.

Check back here for more information about how we will observe Sukkot at Judea Reform in 2018.

Order your Lulav & Etrog Until August 20

Lulavim and etrogim for Sukkot may be purchased through Judea Reform at the following prices:

· Regular $36

· Prime $40

· Deluxe $44

What's the difference between sets? It's simply the size of the etrog.

Please order online at on the form below or contact Lois Price at to order by Monday, August 20, 2018. We can no longer accept orders after this deadline due to the vendor's anticipated shipping schedule.

You will be contacted by phone or email, shortly after Sept 19, 2018, when sets are ready for pick-up at Judea Reform .


Wed, July 17 2019 14 Tammuz 5779