Simchat Torah Celebration – 10/7

Saturday, October 7th, 6:30 p.m.

Music, Hakafot (Torah processions), dancing, an ice cream bar, and adult libations* will all be some highlights of our celebration. The celebration completes our High Holy Days and marks the conclusion of the annual cycle of Torah readings.

Rabbi Matt and Cantor Hanan will have everyone enjoying this wonderful evening. This is an opportunity for children of all ages 1 day to 120 years, to join the fun! Families from Silverman Preschool, Abraham Ratner Torah School, Tifereth Israel, and beyond are invited.

For children in grades K - 12, there will be special programming that follows our celebration. A Sukkah Sleepover will follow for those who wish to join the fun. Click here for more details and to make reservations.

RSVP by Monday, October 2nd

This evening is being generously underwritten, and your RSVP will help us to be prepared.

Click here to make your online reservation or call the office at 619 697-6001.

We encourage everyone to do a mitzvah and support this year’s High Holy Day Dignity Drive. Click here to see how you can help support our efforts.

Have you ever seen a Torah open all the way?
You will tonight!

We’ll open a Torah and have our adult participants take part in helping surround the children with the words of the scroll. This is a beautiful, meaningful, and memorable moment.

Special treats for all at the conclusion of the evening.

*Please drink responsibly.


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