Sukkot at Ansche Chesed
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Sukkot 5783 / 2022 Schedule
Erev Sukkot – Sunday, October 9
Sukkot Day 1 – Monday, October 10
Sukkot Day 2 – Tuesday, October 11
Hol HaMoed – Wednesday, October 12
Hol HaMoed – Thursday, October 13
Hol HaMoed – Friday, October 14
Shabbat Hol HaMoed – Saturday, October 15
Hoshana Rabba & Erev Shemini Atzeret – Sunday, October 16
Shemini Atzeret & Erev Simchat Torah – Monday, October 17
Simchat Torah – Tuesday, October 18
AC Sukkah Decorating Party!
Sunday, October 9, 10am – 12pm in the Rooftop Sukkah
Join us on the roof to help decorate and beautify our Sukkah! We’ll bring the art supplies, doughnuts and apple cider, you bring the Sukkot simcha – joy! Geared at kids ages 3-10.
Register here, walk-ins welcome! Questions? Contact Aliza.
16th Annual Sukkot Sing-Along
Tuesday, October 11 at 7pm in the Rooftop Sukkah
Join Hazzan Natasha Hirschhorn, Shirei Chesed Chorus singers and guest musicians for our Annual Sukkot Sing-Along! Partake in a festive meal on our rooftop Sukkah, bring your family, a friend or two, and a dairy or pareve dish to share. We will pick the most beautiful and fun Jewish folk songs from Israel and beyond to sing the night away! Free of charge – RSVP here, walk-ins welcome.
Family Potluck Kiddush
Saturday, October 15, after Family Services in the Rooftop Sukkah
Join us for a Family Potluck Kiddush in the Sukkah! We’ll meet on the roof after services. Please bring a dairy or pareve dish to share.
Communal Sukkah Use
All are welcome to come eat in our Sukkah – no registration required! Click here for the full Sukkah Schedule.
- Meals in the Sukkah must conform to AC’s kashrut policy: Only dairy or parve foods prepared in a kosher kitchen or packaged kosher products are permitted. No meat is allowed in the sukkah.
- Both the Rooftop Sukkah and the 5th Floor Sukkah are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (opening at 7am, closing at 10pm or later per the schedule below)
- The Sukkah is closed for cleaning between 2-3pm during Hol HaMoed (Wednesday, October 12 – Friday, October 14)
- AC provides paper goods, coffee and tea – no other beverages are provided
- Please note that even on nights where there are Minyan or other dinners, the Sukkah is still open to the public