Sukkah Built at Temple Beth Tikvah

At Temple Beth Tikvah, 950 Preakness Ave, Wayne, a group of eager volunteers, grandfathers, fathers, sons, gathered on October 6, to build their Sukkah.  The Sukkah will provide a special space for decorating, sharing meals, shaking the lulav and smelling the delicious scent of the Etrog to commemorate the harvest festival of Sukkot. As for its religious symbolism, the sukkah’s purpose is to commemorate the time the Israelites spent in the wilderness
after they were freed from slavery in Egypt. Traditionally, sukkahs are simple tents or basic structures.

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