SOS KIT: Sukkot - Rebuild and Rejoice
For a whole week we are expected to sit in the Sukkah, but the Sukkah is really a part of our hearts all year long. It is a reminder of how so much of life is temporary, and that it takes a lot of initiative to build and rebuild ourselves each year.
As this holiday is one that gives us the opportunity to create our own sukkah we hope you will infuse yours with symbols that help you and your family connect and pass on our unique legacy to the next generations. From our heart to yours, from our holy hut to yours, as we welcome this unique Jewish holiday, let us be reminded the power goal is to be under one sukkah of unity.
Enjoy this delicious favorite recipe from Cooking Israel with Puzzle Israel! You can't help but want more and more!
Think you are a grill master? Wait 'til you try this luscious lemon and herb combination, you are not going to believe how easy and tasty it is! Here is a recipe for Luscious Lemon and Herb Chicken Thighs for you to try.
Food blogger Natasha Nadel shares a delicious, healthy, and easy fig recipe. This dish could be served as an appetizer or dessert. Enjoy!
Rabbi Sacks explains the meaning of Sukkot, what this tradition teaches us and why the Jewish experience of faith despite existential insecurity has made the Nation of Israel an example for the world.
In this modern era of Israel’s rebirth, it seems appropriate to grow the invite list to reflect the Israel of today.
Take a photographic journey in Zfat with Dave Bender, as he learns how a devout Jewish scribe completes a Torah scroll.
Rabbi Sacks, Z"L, explains why Simchat Torah is a joyous celebration of the law.
Add Israel to your Sukkah with these vibrant posters that highlight our unity as the people of Israel!
Download your favorite image to hang as a decoration and always be reminded of Israel as we celebrate this special holiday and the journey of ancestors to the land we can all call home.
We hope you enjoy this SOS kit, and feel free to let us know your family's reactions!
We ask that you don’t cook any of these recipes on Shabbat, and that you don’t turn your oven on on Sukkot to cook them.
We also ask that you print any articles you plan to read on Sukkot before the holiday begins. We ask the same of any articles you plan to read on Shabbat.
Please do not engage in the arts-and-crafts activities on Shabbat or the first/last days of the holiday itself.
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