Celebrate Sukkot!

Schedule of Services

Download a PDF of the entire High Holidays schedule!

Order your Lulav & Etrog by Friday, September 14!

Erev Sukkot (Sunday, September 23)

  • Candle Lighting, 6:40pm
  • Evening Services, 7:00pm

Sukkot I (Monday, September 24)

  • Morning Services, 9:00am
  • Afternoon & Evening Services, 6:40pm
  • Candle Lighting after 7:36pm*

Sukkot II (Tuesday, September 25)

  • Morning Services, 9:00am
  • Time for Havdalah, 7:34pm

Sukkot III – Chol HaMoed (Wednesday, Sept 26)

Sukkot IV – Chol HaMoed (Thursday, Sept 27)Photo copyright Oct 2007 by Yoninah, Wikimedia Commons.

  • Sukkah Party! 5:30pm
    Vegetarian taco bar, live music, dancing & fun!
    Co-Sponsored by NJOP

Sukkot V – Chol HaMoed (Friday, Sept 28)

  • Candle Lighting, 6:33pm
  • Kabbalat Shabbat & Evening Services, 6:40pm

Sukkot VI – Shabbat Chol HaMoed (Sept 29)

  • Rambam Study, 8:30am
  • Shabbat Morning Services, 9:00am, with Kiddush in the Sukkah
  • Time for Havdalah, 7:28pm

Sukkot VII (Hoshana Rabba) (Sunday, Sept 30)

  • Hoshana Rabba Services, 8:00am
  • Candle Lighting, 6:30pm (for Shmini Atzeret)
  • Evening Services, 6:45pm


You are also invited to celebrate

Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah

September 30 – October 2

Sukkot VII (Hoshana Rabba) (Sunday, Sept 30)

  • Candle Lighting, 6:30pm (for Shmini Atzeret)
  • Evening Services, 6:45pm

Shmini Atzeret (Monday, October 1)

  • Morning Services, 9:00am
  • Yizkor, approximately 10:45am
  • Evening Services, followed by Hakafot, Dancing & Kiddush, 7:00pm
  • Candle Lighting after 7:25pm*

Simchat Torah (Tuesday, October 2)

  • Morning Services, 9:00am
  • Hakafot & Dancing approximately 10:00am
  • Simchat Torah Lunch following Services
  • Time for Havdalah, 7:24p

* Reminder: these candles should be lit by transferring from an existing flame.