Celebrate the Holiday of Simchat Torah!

Simchat Torah Dancing Celebration!!

Monday, October 21 @ 6:30pm 

* Dance and Sing with the Torah * Delicious Buffet Dinner * Flags and Treats for the Children  *  L'chaims for the Adults

An evening you don't want to miss!


Grand Torah Finale

Tuesday, October 22 @ 11:00am

Join us as we complete the final reading of the Torah  and begin the new cycle!

 *Light Kiddush will be served*



Immediately following the seven-day festival of Sukkot comes the festival of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah (October 22, 2019) when we conclude — and begin anew — the annual Torah reading cycle. The holiday is marked with unbridled rejoicing, especially during the "hakafot" procession, as we march, sing and dance with the Torah scrolls.

"On Simchat Torah," goes the chassidic adage, "we rejoice in the Torah, and the Torah rejoices in us; the Torah, too, wants to dance, so we become the Torah's dancing feet."

As the month of Tishrei comes to a close, we have experienced and celebrated the most powerful moments of the Jewish year. As the Torah reading cycle comes to an end, we have read, studied and were inspired by its timeless teachings. As we start reading the Torah all over again, what new lessons, insights, and inspiration will we derive this time around?

Wishing you a most joyful holiday!

Rabbi Baruch & Raizy Kaplan

Sukkot Holiday Kids Zone
Reminder: The Yizkor service is recited in the synagogue on Monday, October 21.