Simchat Torah, “Rejoicing over the Torah,” God’s Word is a very joyous Synagogue celebration. It occurs on the 23rd of Tishri, the day after Shemini Atzeret, the 8th and final day of Sukkot. It celebrates the transition from the last reading of the annual Torah reading cycle (Deuteronomy 33-34); to the first reading of the annual Torah cycle (Genesis 1:1-2:3).
Come join us in the 7 Hakafot Parade, with candy, apples, flags, etc.
EVERYONE HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO READ FROM THE TORAH!