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Sukkot at Kane Street

Sukkot is a highlight of the season and an opportunity to celebrate hospitality. We hope you will join us for services as well as one of several events and experiences being offered in Kane Street’s sukkah and those of community members throughout the holiday.

Service Times

Erev Sukkot: Sunday, October 13
Evening Service: 6:30pm
Candle lighting: 5:59pm

Sukkot Day 1: Monday, October 14
Sukkot First Day Morning Service: 9:15am
Afternoon and Second Day Evening Service: 6:30pm
Candle lighting: 6:56pm

Sukkot Day 2: Tuesday, October 15
Sukkot Second Day Morning Service 9:15am

Intermediate Shabbat of Sukkot
Friday, October 18
Candle lighting 5:52pm
Evening Service 6:30pm

Saturday, October 19
Morning Service: 9:15am
Torah reading Exodus 33:12-34:26
Haftarah Ezekiel 38:18-39:16
Havdalah: 7:26pm

In the Kane Street Sukkah


Sunday, October 13

Sukkah Decorating Party

Community Room 10:30am-12:00pm
For ages 1-5

Everyone can fulfill the mitzvah of building and decorating the sukkah. Join us for crafts, and an incredible interactive drumming program with Musical IQ. $20 per family. Sign up.


Sunday, October 13

Sukkot Family Celebration & Dinner

Community Room 4:30-6:00pm

Ages 4-12, Free of charge

Celebrate Sukkot with songs, stories, interactive games, prayers, and a chance to wave the lulav and etrog. A casual kid-friendly dinner catered by Vspot (empanadas) will be served. Please sign up so we can order the right amount of food.


Wednesday, October 16

Kinder Rescue Program and Sukkot Dinner

Kane Street Synagogue Sukkah & Community Room 6:00pm

Congregant Bob Marx shares with the entire community, but especially Kane Street’s children and their families, an exhibit about the Kloster Indersdorf convent that became a temporary home for hundreds of displaced children in the immediate aftermath of World War II, and the story of his own father’s time as a teacher there. Please sign up so we can order the right amount of food.


Thursday, October 17

11th Annual Women’s Night in the Sukkah

Kane Street Synagogue Sukkah 7:00-8:30pm
sponsored by the Kane Street Shvesterhood

Our program is women sittin’ around eatin’, drinkin’, and shmoozin’! Please bring an uplifting attitude and a dairy or pareve dish to share, or a bottle of wine. We can’t use the kitchen to heat/prepare food.

If you have any questions, please contact Shvesterhood co-chairs Judith Gottfried and Vicky Vossen at [email protected]. Looking forward to seeing you on the 17th!


Friday, October 18

Singing in the Sukkah/Potluck Dinner

Kane Street Synagogue Sukkah after services

Celebrate Sukkot with music and food. Please bring a dairy or pareve dish, which must be prepared in advance. Food will not be allowed in the synagogue kitchen.


Sunday, October 20, 12:00-1:30pm

Sukkot Social Justice Jamboree

Justice Songs, Tikkun Olam Teachings, Community Action
RSVP

Come learn about what our social justice community has been up to. As Jewish social change agents, especially in these difficult times, we need to meet each other face to face, eat and sing together, and build a loving, personal community. Cantor Sarah will lead us in song and Rabbis Sam, Val, and Jason will share brief teachings. We will hear from members in our community who have been actively involved with our HIAS Welcome Campaign and the Carroll Gardens Fair Care Campaign. Come connect with other social justice committee members. RSVP to join.


Open Your Sukkah This Sukkot

Consider opening your Sukkah to Kane Street community members this year by participating as a host in our annual Sukkah Hop. This year’s Sukkah Hop will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2:00-4:00pm. Hosts have regularly offered desserts and other goodies for visitors.

This is a terrific chance to get to know fellow congregants by either hosting them in your sukkah or visiting other others’ sukkot by taking a lovely stroll through our surrounding neighborhoods.

Contact Rabbi Jason Gitlin if you are interested in serving as a Sukkah Hop host.


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