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Sukkot at LOTP - Find Out What's Going On

Sukkot at LOTP - Find Out What's Going On

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                            SUKKOT AT LOTP   Sukkah 1

As the holiday of Sukkot, the “Season of our Rejoicing” approaches, we are offering Lulav and Esrog sets at a cost of $60.00 each set. The Torah tells us to take an Esrog (Mediterranean citrus fruit), a Lulav (palm branch), three Hadassim (myrtle branches) and two Aravot (willow branches), hold them together and shake them gently.  The four species express the diversity of human experience, and the diversity of the Jewish people.  All four corners of this diversity are needed to complete the mitzvah, and all four must be held together as one.

Lulav (small)Please order your sets at www.chabadlubavitch.org/lulavesrog

EsrogOrders will be ready for pick-up on:

 

Monday, October 2nd between the hours of 10:00am - 4:00pm,

Tuesday, October 3rd between the hours of 10:00am - 4:00pm, and

Wednesday, October 4th between the hours of 9:00am - 12:00pm.

 

 

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We will be selling Sukkahs and Schach (Bamboo).

For more information or to place your order, please contact Rabbi Yitzchak Gershovitz 
at 201.871.1152 x508 or email rabbiyitzchak@chabadlubavitch. org.
 

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Please join our Annual Community Sukkah Meal led by Rabbi Yossi Katz
on Wednesday, October 4th @ 7:00pm

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 Please reserve at www.chabadlubavitch.org/sukkotmeal.

RSVP is a must.

 
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Join us for a fun filled Sukkot Extravaganza for the entire family

With a family show and pizza for all!

Sunday, October 8th @ 11:00am

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Do the special mitzvah of shaking the 4 species and eating in the Sukkah!

Location: Chabad Sukkah in the parking lot

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Adult Sukkot Farbrengen

Tuesday, Oct. 10th, 2017

8:00 pm

In the Shul Sukkah

Refreshments will be served 

With Rabbi Yossi Paltiel

Founder of InsideChassidus.org

Rabbi Paltiel is a popular teacher with a gift for communicating his passion for Torah and Judaism. His classes weave together classic commentaries, Jewish Law, history and philosophy, personal stories, and a deep knowledge of Chassidus and Kabbala into a whole that's both intellectually stimulating and heartwarming.

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Looking forward to seeing you on Sukkot!

Wishing a Chag Sameach to you and your family.

May we merit to celebrate Sukkos with our ultimate joy, the coming of Moshiach, speedily in our days.

 

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