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Sukkot & Simchat Torah

It's a community-wide celebration that you won't want to miss!

Build the Sukkah with Achim (Brotherhood)

​Sunday, September 24

9:00 AM

It’s that time of year again. The Men’s Club invites adults and teens to help build the sukkah. No experience necessary. We will provide the tools and delicious cider and donuts.


For questions call or email the synagogue office at 914-967-6262.

Shabbat Service in the Sukkah!

Friday, September 29

6:00 PM Preneg

6:30 PM Shabbat Service

Bring your own Picnic and "Make your own Lulav Shakes"!

How do you make a Lulav Shake?Take 3 scoops of mint ice cream, add milk and a little crème de menthe (or leave it out), and blend.  Pour into a tall class and garnish with a stalk of celery and a wedge of lemon.  That’s how to make a Lulav Shake!

Sushi under the Stars

Sunday, October 1

6:00 PM

Please join us for a special Sukkot gathering for women of all ages (including teens)! We welcome all women & gender-nonconforming congregants and guests 13 and up. 

We'll enjoy sushi and other delicious fare as we celebrate the fall harvest festival together. We'll also raise a glass--of sake or cider—and toast to the New Year. This is a great opportunity to join all Women of CSR. RSVP by Sept 26 & Learn more

CSR Teens Sukkot

Monday, October 2

6:00 PM

Sukkah-Fest - A CJL Sukkot Celebration for

K - 7th Graders

Wednesday, October 4

4:00 PM

Speaker in the Sukkah with Ian Rapoport - Achim/Brotherhood

Thursday, October 5

7:30 PM

More details coming soon.

Family Simchat Torah Service

Friday, October 6

6:00 PM


6:30 - 7:15 PM

Family Shabbat Service & Grand Unscrolling Ceremony

7:15 - 7:45 PM

Festive Oneg including Lulav Shakes (rescheduled from Sukkot).

Bring the whole family to our 'Simchat Torah Grand Unscrolling Ceremony'! it's a special occassion where we unroll the Torah Scroll together and take a tour of the text. It's a perfect occaission for people of all ages, stages and backgrounds! 

Simchat Torah in Hebrew means “the joy of Torah.” Reform Jews celebrate the day following the seven-day holiday of Sukkot by reading the last passage and first passage of the Torah. At CSR, we unfurl the entire Torah scroll in the Sanctuary each Simchat Torah. 


Afterwards, we invite everyone for a festive kiddush including "Make your own Lulav Shakes" (rescheduled from Sukkot) sponsored by CSR.

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