Sukkot Essentials

Just days after Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, we celebrate the week-long holiday of Sukkot, also known as Z’man Simchatainu, the time of our rejoicing.

The following NJOP tools are an excellent way to learn more about this most joyous of Jewish holidays.

1) Grab the eBook. Download a free copy of Jewish Treats Guide to Celebrating Sukkot, NJOP’s holiday eBook that makes the customs and traditions associated with Sukkot both accessible and meaningful.


2) Visit a sukkah. Look for a synagogue or Jewish center near you that is hosting one of NJOP’s Sukkot Across America events during the holiday. Click here to learn more and find a Sukkot Across America event taking place in your community.


3) Read up on it. Connect with the significance of the holiday by learning more about it through the Jewish Treats’ Sukkot Archive. Click here to be directed to NJOP’s Jewish Treats blog.



4. Get creative. Visit Jewish Treats’ Sukkot Pinterest board for sukkah decorating ideas, holiday recipes and more!