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Sukkot & Simchat Torah with Kane Street

Help us make Sukkot joyful this year by participating in our Holiday Activities and Services, which this year will mostly be conducted live online!

Erev Sukkot: Friday, October 2
Candle lighting: 6:17pm
Evening Service: 6:30pm Click here to join the Zoom service

Sukkot Day 1: Saturday, October 3
Sukkot First Day Morning Service: 9:30am Click here to join the Zoom service
Torah reading: Leviticus 22:26 – 23:44 & Numbers 29:12 – 29:16
Haftarah: Zechariah 14:1-21
Candle lighting: 7:24pm

Sukkot Day 2: Sunday, October 4
Sukkot Second Day Morning Service 9:30am Click here to join the Zoom service
Torah reading: Leviticus 22:26 – 23:44 & Numbers 29:12 – 29:16
Haftarah: I Kings 8:2 – 8:21
Havdalah: 7:22pm


Lulav in the Park
Sunday October 4, 1:00-3:00pm (Sukkot, Day 2)
Sign up for our kid-friendly Lulav Across Brooklyn, for a socially distant waving of the lulav and etrog in two Prospect Park locations

1:00-2:00pm Rabbi Jason will be at Prospect Park’s Machate Circle entrance (Parkside and Prospect Park Southwest)
2:00-300pm Rabbi Val will be at Prospect Park’s Grand Army Plaza entrance.

We’ll encourage you, in a socially distant way, to help us recite the holiday blessings, hum the holiday’s Hallel melodies, and take a nature walk to help make Sukkot a real pilgrimage holiday.


Hoshanna Rabbah: Friday, October 9

Sh’mini Atzeret: Friday, October 9
Candle Lighting 6:06pm
Evening/Shabbat Service at 6:30pm Click here to join the Zoom service

Saturday, October 10
Morning Service, with Yizkor Memorial Prayers at 9:30am Click here to join the Zoom service

Simchat Torah

Saturday, October 10
Candle lighting: 6:06pm

Simchat Torah Across Brooklyn
8:00pm
Our borough’s 9th annual opportunity to rejoice, sing, and dance with sacred scrolls – live via Zoom! Many communities (including Kane Street) will be hosting hakafot (Torah activities) in creative, exciting ways from locations all over Brooklyn and beyond. Register: https://bit.ly/SimchatTorahAcrossBK
Click here for information and to register to receive the Zoom link for the online celebration event

Simchat Torah Morning Service: Sunday, October 11
9:30am
Click here to join the service and celebration online

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