Part Three of the HH Trifecta


Many people celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, but you may not be aware of the importance of the celebration of Sukkot. Sukkot and particularly the last day Simchat Torah is the celebration of receiving the blessings of the Holy Days. The celebration actually helps release the blessing into our lives. So here are some opportunities to celebrate, eat in our sukka and shake the Lulav and Etrog.


Sukkot Night One Sunday 13th October 6:30pm

Sukkot Day One Monday 14th October 10am

Sukkot Night Two Monday 14th October 7:30pm

Sukkot Day Two Tuesday 15th October 10am


Friday Night Mid Sukkot: 6:30 start, followed by a celebratory Kiddush in Menachem and Rochel?s Sukkah (100 meters from Spiritgrow)

Shabbat Mid Sukkot: 10am start


Shemini Atzeret Eve Sunday 20th October 6:30pm

Shemini Atezret Day Monday 21st October 10am

?Yizkor approx. 11:30am

Simchat Torah Eve Monday 21st October 8pm:

Join us for an opportunity for every man and woman to dance while holding a Torah scroll and special dishes and cocktails to celebrate the achievement and blessing of the high holiday season.

Simchat Torah Day Tuesday 22nd October 10am:

Special Kiddush to honour two very special members of the community