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The Rabbi’s Message
As we finish Yom Kippur and experience a beautiful closeness
with Hashem, we now sit in the succah, which is like sitting in
Hashem's clouds of glory. The message of the succah can be both
sobering and encouraging. To the powerful and wealthy, the
succah says, "Do not rely on your fortune; it is transitory. Even
your castle is no more secure than a succah. If you are safe, it is
because G-d shelters you as He did your ancestors when all they
had was a booth over their heads. Let the starry sky you see
through your s'chach teach you to build your castle on a foundation
of faith under the benevolent gaze of Hashem."
To the poor and downtrodden, the succah says, "Are you more
helpless than millions of your ancestors in the wilderness, without
food, water or shelter? What sustained them? Who provided for
them? Look around at your succah's frail walls and at the stars
through its roof. Let it remind you that Israel became a nation
living in such 'mansions' and that's where they became a great and
G-dly nation."
Let us enjoy the holiday of Succot with the message that we
are in Hashem's Hands at all times. By putting our complete faith
in Him we will feel secure and tranquil and appreciate everything
we have. Especially during these turbulent and trying times, we
need to strengthen our faith that Hashem is the One Who can and
will protect us, and the succah is the symbol of being in Hashem’s
Hands. May we merit to dwell in the succah which will be built
for the righteous very soon in our days, Amen.
Tizku Leshanim Rabot! Rabbi Shmuel Choueka

 


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Succot Prayer Schedule
Wednesday, Oct. 8 - Ereb Succot Hoshaana Rabbah - Tues. Night, Oct. 14 -
Shaharit: Sunrise, 6:00, 7:00, 7:40, 8:00, 8:30 & 9:00 Wednesday, Oct. 15
Minhah & Candlelighting: 6:09 pm Reading Begins: 11:00 pm
Make erub tabshilin before holiday Shaharit: 6:00, 6:27, 7:40, 8:00, 8:30 & 9:00 am
Minhah: 5:58 pm
Thursday, Oct. 9- 1st Day Succot Candlelighting: 5:58 pm
Shaharit Sunrise, 8:15 am Make erub tabshilin before holiday
Morning Shema By: 9:10/9:52 am
Class: 5:00 pm Thursday, Oct. 16 - Shemini Aseret
Minhah: 6:00 pm Shaharit: Sunrise, 8:15 am
Candlelighting* after 7:06 pm Morning Shema By: 9:15/9:55 am
*Candles must be lit from a pre-existing flame. Begin Saying Mashib Haruah Umorid
Hageshem in Musaf
Friday, Oct. 10 - 2nd Day Succot Hakafot: 5:00 pm
Shaharit: Sunrise, 8:15 am Minha: 5:50 pm
Morning Shema By: 9:11/9:52 am Arbit 6:45 pm
Class: 5:00 pm Candlelighting:* after 6:55 pm
Minhah: 6:00 pm *Candles must be lit from a pre-existing flame.
Candlelighting*: 6:06 pm
*Candles must be lit from a pre-existing flame. Friday, Oct. 17 - Simhat Torah
Shaharit: Sunrise, 7:00 & 8:15 am
Morning Shema By: 9:15/9:55 am
Shabbat Hol Hamo'ed, Oct. 11 Hakafot: 4:50 pm
Shaharit: Sunrise, 7:00, & 8:15 am Minhah: 5:50 pm
Morning Shema by: 9:11/9:52 am Arbit: 6:10 pm
Class: 4:40 pm Candlelighting*: 5:56 pm
Minhah: 5:40 pm *Candles must be lit from a pre-existing flame.
Arbit: 6:43 pm
Shabbat Over: 7:03/R”T 7:35 pm Shabbat, Oct. 18
Shaharit: Sunrise, 7:00 & 8:15 am
Sunday, Oct. 12 Hol Hamoed Morning Shema by: 9:16/9:56 am
Shaharit: Sunrise, 7:00, 7:40, 8:00, 8:30 & 9:00am Class: 4:30 pm
Minhah: 5:20, 5:45, & 6:05 pm Minhah: 5:30 pm
Arbit: 6:32 pm
Monday-Tuesday Oct. 13-14 Shabbat Ends: 6:52/R”T 7:24 pm
Hol Hamoed
Shaharit: Sunrise, 6:00, 6:45, 7:40, 8:00, 8:30 & 9:00 am
Minhah: 5:20, 5:45, & 6:05 pm
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