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Sukkot Service Schedule and Candle Lighting Times

Chagim Uzmanim L'sasson

Festivals are for Rejoicing

 

Everyone is invited to join

and celebrate Sukkot.

 

 

Religious services

Sunday, October 9– Erev Sukkot

Minha/Maariv – 5:00PM

 

Monday, October 10 - 1st Day of Sukkot

Shaharit                    9:30am

Minha                        7:00pm

 

Tuesday, October 11 – 2nd Day of Sukkot

Shaharit                    9:30am

Minha                        7:00pm

 

Wednesday, October 12 – 1st day of Hol HaMoed

Shaharit                    7:00am        

Minha                7:00pm

 

Thursday, October 13 – 2nd day of Hol HaMoed

Shaharit                    7:00am

Minha                        7:00pm

 

Friday, October 14 – 3rd day of Hol HaMoed

Shaharit                    7:00am

Minha/Maariv         6:00pm

 

Saturday, October 15 – Shabbat/4th day of Hol HaMoed

Shaharit                    9:30am

 

Sunday, October 16 – Hoshana Raba

Shaharit                    9:00am

Minha/Maariv         5:00pm (Erev Shemini Atzeret)

 

Monday, October 17 - Shemini Atzeret/Simhat Torah

Shaharit                    9:30am

Yizkor                        approx. 11:00AM

Minha/Maariv         7:00pm (erev Simhat Torah)

 

Tuesday, October 18 – Simhat Torah

Shaharit                    9:30am

Minha                        7:00PM

 

 

Candle lighting

1st night of Sukkot                          Oct 9th           6:43pm   

2nd night of Sukkot                         Oct 10th         7:41pm

Erev Shemini Atzeret                    Oct 16th         6:31pm

Erev Simhat Torah                         Oct 17th         7:30pm

A note about candle lighting on the 2nd day of a holiday: Jewish tradition says that while we are not permitted to light a fire on a yontuv, we are permitted to transfer a fire on yontuv.  This is important for candle lighting on the 2nd day of a holiday (2nd night of Sukkot and Simhat Torah).  Prior to the beginning of the 1st day of a holiday, you should light a yahrzeit candle so that after dark on the 2nd night of a holiday, you can light your yontuv candles from the yahrzeit candle.  If you have any questions, please contact Rabbi Rubenstein.

Mon, November 28 2022 4 Kislev 5783