Sukkot at Netivot Shalom - The Celebration Continues!
Congregation Netivot Shalom
Sukkot at Netivot Shalom- The Celebration Continues!
Please note that childcare on the first two days of Sukkot and on Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah will ONLY be available from 11am-1pm.
Monday 10/1 9:30am Sukkot Services in the Sanctuary
Tuesday 10/2 9:30am Sukkot Services
Wednesday 10/3 1:00pm La'asok Torah Study in the Sukkah
Thursday 10/4 5:45pm Talmud Class in the Sukkah
Friday 10/5 6:00pm Shabbat Services in the Sukkah
Friday 10/5 7:00pm Annual catered dinner in the Sukkah, Join us for a night under the stars and under the schach at our annual catered dinner in the Sukkah! Only $15 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. RSVP to Rachel by Wednesday October 3rd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday 10/6 7:30pmHavdalah and Movie Night in the Sukkah, We'll end Shabat with Havdalah, Loony Tunes for the younger kids, and then the Frisco Kid (rated PG) with Harrison Ford and Gene Wilder. Bring a jacket; we'll provide the popcorn!
Sunday 10/79:30am Hoshana Raba Services Sukkot reaches its joyous conclusion with 7 Hoshanot and the mystical ritual of beating willow branches. Mark your calendars and join us for this very unique Service!
Monday 10/8 9:30am Shemini Atzeret Services in the Sanctuary with Yizkor
Monday 10/8 6:15pm Simchat Torah Services and Celebration, The fall holidays end with a Torah Party like no other. This is an all-ages event - bring comfortable shoes to dance and we'll bring the flags!
Tuesday 10/9 9:30am Simchat Torah Services
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I had a beautiful day today. I stood with my sister, a passionate rabbi serving the U.S. Navy as a chaplain, at the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. We remembered our grandfather of blessed memory, who fought for America and shared hard-earned wisdom with his children and grandchildren.
I looked to my right and saw the Washington Monument. Looked to my left at the Lincoln Memorial. I read quotes engraved on massive stones. And I felt, to my core, one sad feeling: too much war.
Too. Much. War.
The quotes and certain retellings of history would have me believe that we fought for pure purposes: we fought for religious freedom, we fought to end slavery, we fought for freedom for all humanity, we fought to end tyranny. But it's also true that we fought (and fight) for economic interests. It&…