The Hebrew Bible describes how God redeemed his people from enslavement in Egypt and protected them as they traversed the desert. The Sukkah is a tent-like structure that Jews erect every Fall to represent the temporary dwellings within which the people of Israel lived as they traveled to the Promised Land. Eating in the Sukkah is a way Jews commemorate God’s protection of his people on their journey.
The sukkah will be up between October 4 and 13th and will be located on the Campus Ministry lawn which faces the library. BRING YOUR MEAL AND EAT IN THE SUKKAH ANYTIME!
Join us for pizza and to learn about the holiday of Sukkot on Wednesday October 11th- 11:45 am to 1:00 pm