Join us for pizza, wine, and a holiday discussion in the sukkah! Sukkot is the only holiday known as HaHag—The Festival. Why was Sukkot the biggest celebration of the ancient Israelites and earliest Jews? Should it reclaim that status today?
Come study with Rabbinic Fellow Tobias Moss and learn about the different ways Sukkot has been celebrated over the millennia (teaser: they once used the priests' worn-out robes as wicks for their seriously over-sized candles). We will look at snapshots of the best Sukkot parties of ancient Israel, 1700s Amsterdam, 1980s Kibbutzniks, and modern-day free spirits.
This event is free, but please register below so we know how much food to order.