Sukkot Schedule 
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 Remember to make an Eruv Tavshillin (see below*)
 

Candle Lighting: 6:15 PM 

Mincha: 6:25 PM 
Ma'ariv: 7:00 PM

Yom Tov Dinner in the Sukkah at Chabad: 7:30 PM (reserve here)

 

Thursday, October 5 -  First Day of Sukkot 

Please note: Earliest time for using the Lulav and Etrog throughout Sukkot is at sunrise: on 10/5 after 6:57 AM through 10/11 after 7:03 AM 

Shacharit: 10:00 AM 

Kids Shul  10:30 AM - 12:00 PM 

Yom Tov Lunch in the Sukkah at Chabad: 1:00 PM (reserve  here)

  Mincha: 6:20 PM 

  Light candles from a pre-existing flame: after 7:11 PM 

Begin preparing for the second day of Yom Tov: after 7:11 PM 

 Maariv: 7:11 PM 


Yom Tov Dinner in the Sukkah at Chabad: 7:45 PM (reserve  here)

 Friday, October 6  - Second Day of Sukkot 
Shacharit: 10:00 AM 
Kids Shul: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM 
Yom Tov Lunch in the Sukkah at Chabad: 1:00 PM (reserve here)

Light candles from a pre-existing flame: before 6:11 PM 

Mincha: 6:20 PM 
Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:55 PM 
Shabbat Dinner in the Sukkah at Chabad: 7:30 PM (reserve here)

 Shabbat, October 7  - Shabat Chol Hamoed 
Note: we do not use a Lulav and Etrog on Shabbat

Shacharit: 10:00 AM 
Kids Shul: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM 


Shabbat Lunch in the Sukkah at Chabad: 12:30 PM  (reserve  here)


Mincha: 6:10 PM 
Ma'ariv and Havdallah: 7:08 PM 

Simchat Torah Schedule

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*Eruv Tavshillin

*We must make an Eruv Tavshillin on Wednesday afternoon, 10/4. This allows us to make all necessary preparations on the second day of Sukkot, Friday, 10/6 for Shabbat which follows immediately afterwards. However, unlike a regular Friday afternoon, it is important to make sure that all foods prepared for Shabbat be totally cooked and edible well before Shabbat begins.  

The Eruv consists of a challah or a matzah, and a cooked food, such as meat, fish, or an unpeeled hard-boiled egg. For details of the procedure and the appropriate Brachah that should be made, consult the siddur (Tehillat Hashem page 327) or see  here.