This Sunday, September 30, the Jewish Holiday Season continues with several events in celebration of the Festival of Sukkot at Congregation Adas Emuno, Bergen County's cool shul.
For children (of all ages), immediately following the conclusion of Sunday's Religious School session at noon, please join us for Super Sukkot Family Day on Sunday, from 12 to 2 p.m. Eat lunch with us in the sukkah and enjoy some fun games and activities! There will be pizza, a bounce house, face painting, and more! This event is geared for families with children age 1-12 and is open to the public as well as Congregation Adas Emuno Religious School students. The price is $10/family plus a suggested donation of $5/child for activities. Please note that children may not be dropped off at this event as we do not have staff supervision; parents must accompany their children. In the case of rain, the event will be rescheduled or cancelled. Please visit Congregation Adas Emuno's Facebook page for updated information.
At 5 PM, join us for a Sukkot Pot Luck Dinner in the Social Hall. Please bring a (non-dairy) appetizer, main dish, side dish, or dessert. Please call Eileen Cohen to rsvp for the dinner: 201-944-3382. $15 suggested donation per family, $5 for singles.
At 6:30 PM, join us for our Sukkot Service beginning in the sanctuary, and concluding in our brand new sukkah.
And on Monday, October 1, 10:30 AM, Rabbi Barry Schwartz and Student Cantor Alison Lopatin will participate in the Sukkot Festival Morning Collaborative Service at Temple Sinai in Tenafly..
Come join us as we continue to celebrate the Jewish new year, and this ancient harvest festival of thanksgiving. And as we give thanks for all that we have, let us also remember those in need, and continue to collect food for our local food pantry.