Sukkot and Sim hat Torah information
Sukkot starts Wednesday night - are you ready? If you need decorations for your sukkah, stop by the Family Ed Sukkah Market TODAY at 11:30 AM in the Upper Lobby! You can also pick up your pre-ordered lulav and etrog sets, and learn how to bind the lulav together. This year, in addition to our regular decorations, we have lulav bags for $10 each, as well as Jewish Blessing Banners and Seven Species Paper Cuts from Fair Trade Judaica. See you soon!
All young families are invited to join Rabbi Fel on Thursday, October 5, 11:00 AM for a special Tot service celebrating Sukkot! There will be stories, songs, prayers, and fun! This service will meet for an hour, and will end with grape juice and challah in the Temple Emunah Garber Sukkah.

Families are welcome to also participate in the Progressive Sukkot Lunch, immediately following.
Join all your friends on the first day of Sukkot, Thursday, October 5, 2017 for a free community lunch, sponsored by The Ladle Fund! We will start at noon in The Temple Emunah Garber Sukkah for kiddush and snacks, then walk to Rabbi Michael and Shayna Fel's sukkah for a dairy lunch. We will close with dessert at Rabbi David Lerner and Sharon Levin's sukkah. This event is free, but please RSVP to Jodie Parmer . If raining, we will stay at shul for lunch.
 David Lerner, Sharon Levin, Talya, Ari, and Matan invite all temple families to their Sukkah on Saturday, October 7, 3:00 - 5:00 PM for a Shabbat-Sukkot afternoon schmooze! Join your temple friends for an informal afternoon of snacks, schmoozing, and games in the Rabbi's sukkah. This event is FREE and open to all, but please RSVP to Ellen Weene .
All families with young children are invited on Saturday, October 7, 5:00 - 7:00 PM to a special Sukkot celebration at the home of Rabbi David Lerner, Sharon Levin, Talya, Ari, and Matan! Dinner will be provided, along with games, crafts, shmoozing, and fun for all! Please RSVP to Jodie Parmer . Space is limited!
Temple Emunah and the Israeli School invite you to a Community Sukkot celebration on Sunday, October 8, 4:00 - 6:00 PM at Temple Emunah! Edible Sukkot, kite building, bubble making, a lulav shake and more! Cost is $5 / person with a $15 Family Cap. This program replaces Religious School that morning.
The Temple Emunah Sisterhood invites all women to join them for Soup in the Sukkah on  Tuesday, October 10, starting at 7:00 PM!  We will be serving soup, appetizers, dessert, and wine. This event is FREE, but please RSVP to Cindy Bobrow . Enjoy an informal evening with food, friends, and fun !
All Temple Emunah members and their friends are invited to join Rabbi Lerner, Jodie Parmer and members of the Family Ed Committee on Monday, October 9, starting at 10:00 AM , as we enjoy nature and our lovely surroundings right here in Lexington with a family-friendly hike! We will meet at the Minute Man Visitor Center & along the way, Rabbi Lerner will lead discussions on nature, spirituality, and Sukkot. This event is free and no RSVP necessary. We hope you can join us!
Join Rabbi Lerner, Rabbi Fel, Me'ir Sherer, Beni Summers, Tova Weinronk, and other Temple Emunah friends for a Pop-Up Sukkah sighting! On  Tuesday, October 10,   we will be at the Lexington Depot from noon until 1:00 PM  with our pop-up sukkah, a lulav and etrog to shake, and lots of friendly faces. Come by and say hello and perform one of the mitzvot of Sukkot! This event is cancelled if it is raining.
Sim h at Torah, October 12-13, 2017 / Tishrei 22-23 5778
Come join us as we rejoice in the Torah, honor our Kindergarten students, and dance the night away on Thursday, October 12 !

We will start our celebration with Shmini Atzeret Yom Tov Services (including Yizkor ) at 9:15 AM .

In the evening, everyone is invited to a community dinner (sponsored by The Ladle Fund), a teen ice cream lounge, Kabbalat Panim , spirited singing and Hakafot  (dancing with the Torah), and treats, including caramel apples! See our schedule and details HERE .
The fun isn't over on Thursday night! Join us once again on Friday morning, October 13, starting with services at 9:15 AM where we will have more dancing, we will honor our H atan Torah and Kallat Bereisheet , and we will come together for a Kiddush lunch at 12:45 PM.

There is also a special program for families with young children led by Billy Dalwin Pre-School director Shelley Rossman starting at 11:00 AM. All are welcome to come to this morning of services, dancing, and merriment!  DETAILS HERE .