Sukkot Begins at Sundown

Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, begins at sundown on Monday, September 20th. This is a festive holiday, filled with family and friends who gather together in a temporary booth, called a “Sukkah”. God commanded the children of Israel to observe this feast by dwelling in the sukkah for seven days. This feast ends on the 8th day, where we celebrate “Simchat Torah”, which means “Joy of the Torah”. This year, we celebrate under the shadow of COVID, but we are grateful that at least we are not in lockdown! Please pray that this year will be full of joyful celebrations and much abundance. Please also pray for a quiet holiday for Israel, and for safety for all those around the world who are celebrating.

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