Join Rabbi Beraha in our Sukkah to study the book of Ecclesiastes, the traditional text read during the holiday of Sukkot. Ecclesiastes is an outlier in the Hebrew bible, a book the Talmudic rabbis accused of containing too many contradictions. Its main character, Kohelet, asks life’s most fundamental questions, which are ours as well. He asks: Why are we here? What is our purpose? How are we to understand life and death? And most importantly, what does it all mean? He even hints at an answer. Light fare will be served.
Register here to signup to attend this traditional Sukkot event.
Please note: the sukkah is on level ground and accessible via curb cut, but may not accommodate power chairs.