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Sukkot And Simchat Torah
Join us at Chabad Lubavitch of Greater Daytona
 

 
Rabbi's Message
 
We have reached a time to celebrate!

As we come from the High Holidays when we have been signed and sealed for a great year ahead. Sukkot and Simchat Torah is the season of our rejoicing.

Join us for our Sukkot party and Simchat Torah celebration for more details please see bellow...

Wishing you a Chag Sameach!
 

 
Service Schedule
 

Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022
Light Candles at 6:42 pm
Evening Services: 6:45 pm

Monday, Oct. 10, 2022
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Evening Services: 6:45 pm
Light Candles* after 7:35 pm

Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Holiday Ends at 7:34 pm
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Shabbat Chol Hamoed
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Friday, Oct. 14, 2022
Light Shabbat Candles at 6:37 pm
Evening Services: 6:30 pm

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Shabbat Ends at 7:29 pm
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Hoshana Rabbah
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Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022
Morning Services: 8:00 am

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SHEMINI ATZERET & SIMCHAT TORAH
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Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022
Light Candles at 6:35 pm
Evening Services: 6:30 pm
Followed by Kiddush & Hakafot

Monday, Oct. 17, 2022
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Yizkor Memorial Service: 12:00 pm
Evening Services: 6:50 pm
Kiddush & Hakafot:8:00 PM
Light Candles* after 7:27 pm
Say Blessings 4 & 5

Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Followed by Kiddush & Hakafot
Holiday Ends at 7:26 pm

* Light only from a pre-existing flame
 

 

 
Kids' Program
 
Led by our experienced and energetic group leaders, we will provide fun and educational programs for your children while you attend services. Each group will enjoy age appropriate games, stories, discussions, prayers and songs.

Programs runs from 11:00am to 1:00pm
 

 
Sukkah Party
 
Fun activities for all ages!
  • Sukkah Dinner
  • Music
  • Dancing 
  • Lulav & Etrog stand
  • Bounce house
  • & more... 
 

 
Lulav and Esrog Stand
 
This is a mitzvah that is unique to Sukkot is the taking of the Four Kinds: an etrog (citron), a lulav (palm frond), at least three hadassim (myrtle branches) and two aravot (willow branches). The Midrash tells us that the Four Kinds represent the various types and personalities that comprise the community of Israel, whose intrinsic unity we emphasize on Sukkot.
 

 
Simchat Torah Celebration
 
Sing! Dance! Celebrate!

Sing and dance in celebration of the annual completion of the Torah reading. Young and old becomes the legs of our holy Torah, enabling it to dance. Enjoy a lavish kiddush, refreshments and plenty of l'chaim as we dance with the Torah!
 

 
Holiday Meals
 

Will be updated soon...

 

 
 

 
Holiday Guide
 
Sukkot Guide
Sukkot Megasite
Recipes
Simchat Torah Megasite
Simchat Torah Guide
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