Meet in a member’s backyard at 11 a.m.
– Bring fruits and flowers for us to decorate the Sukkah with – and help to decorate!
– Enjoy the music of Rayhan Pasternak as we go through our service, sing, and wave the etrog and lulav.
– Partake of a very simple lunch of chili, corn bread, and brownies (true Ashkenazi foods!).
– Consider bringing your own lunch if you desire, and also bringing some tasty morsels to share with others.
After all the somberness of Yom Kippur, Sukkot will lift our spirits, with song, ritual, savory and sweet foods, and the wonderful companionship of our CHJ friends.