Introducing 2 for Seder: In the Sukkah
2 for Seder: In the Sukkah is a practical look at the Jewish Holiday Season during COVID. How can we find meaning at home? How can we continue to fight anti-Semitism while we are apart?
2 for Seder: In the Sukkah features:
- Four special editions of our newsletter starting next week. We will explore the practical side of this unusual High Holiday season as well as how to incorporate Tikkun Olam and building bridges to our neighbors into the holidays (hint: especially Sukkot!).
- An all-new guide to Sukkot, including a SafeSukkah Fact Sheet, and finding meaning in the High Holidays while we are partially isolated due to COVID.
- Two great virtual events.
Join us for our Sukkot webinar hosted by the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs.
- Discuss how we can fight anti-Semtism in a safe sukkah.
- Learn what we need to do to stay both virtual and safe while celebrating the High Holidays at home.
- Review the nuts and bolts of Sukkot observance.
When: Wednesday, September 16th
Time: 8:00 PM Eastern Time
Singing in the Sukkah
Join us in our virtual sukkah for a fun night of music across North America!
With performances from three musicians, including Sara Stock Mayo, from across North America, we’ll celebrate what we have and share with others.
All donations will be matched dollar for dollar – please join us!
Looking for other practical resources? Our friends at the Blue Dove Foundation have compiled an excellent resource list for improving mental health during this unique New Year’s season.
Thank You to “In the Sukkah’s” Sponsors and Volunteers
Thank you to the following individuals who have volunteered on 2 for Seder: In the Sukkah or made donations to 2 for Seder in the past month.
Emily Allen – Jana Asher – Helen Dalton – Bob Derby – Ken Falk – Kathy Ginsburg – Cindy Goodman-Leib – Judie Lieberman – Diane and Harold Lyons – Cindy Morris – Dean Resnick – Rachel and Eric Rothberg – Hal Schild – Michelle Solomon – Sheila and Ken Sonnenschein – Bob Watts – Andi Wirpel – Jeanne Wolfson
Special Thank you to Rabbi Carol Goldblatt for her contributions to our Guide and creativity