One, which takes the commandment to dwell in booths literally, is to erect a sukkah, a small, temporary booth or hut. Sukkot (in this case, the plural of sukkah) are commonly used during the seven-day festival for eating, entertaining and even for sleeping.
Our sukkot have open walls and open doors, and this encourages us to welcome as many people as we can. We invite family, friends, neighbors, and community to rejoice, eat, and share what we have with each other.
Tue 21 – Mon 27 September: 10am-2pm
Following recent changes to Covid-19 restrictions up to 5 adults from 2 different households are able to catch up for a coffee, a picnic, or indeed fulfill the mitzvah to dwell in the sukkah.
Appreciating this, we are inviting Members and Friends to visit our community Sukkah in our forecourt. We have set-up games and activities for the young and young at heart.
The Arba-minim and snacks will be on hand to allow you to fulfil the dual mitzvah of shaking the lulav and eating in the sukkah.
No need to book – simply use your personal access code to enter the forecourt and simply be aware of the arrival of others.
Before you visit our Sukkah, please download, print, colour in and assemble our lulav & etrog, and sukkot activity pages. Download the activities below.
Bring them with you when you visit and help us to decorate our sukkah!
For more activities for this season, please visit https://tbi.org.au/highholydays/activities/