One of the greatest joys of the High Holiday season is getting to spend time with family and friends. On the holiday of Sukkot, we have the added bonus of spending that time outdoors, in the temporary dwelling of a sukkah.
While many of us build our own sukkah, there are also many who don’t have the space, the time, or the means to procure and build one at home, and rely instead on the hospitality of others.
This year, we at the J would like to extend our hospitality to you, our community. Throughout the holiday of Sukkot, we invite you to reserve our sukkah for a meal, a meeting, or other small social gathering. Here are more details.
The ancient Rabbi Hamnuna the Elder, upon entering a sukkah, would stand at the threshold and say, “Let us invite the holy guests and prepare a table.” You, our community, are our holy guests. We have prepared a table in our sukkah for you, and we invite you to spend the holiday with us.
Wishing you a chag sameach, a joyous holiday,