Temple Sholom hosts events to celebrate the festival of Sukkot

Temple Sholom in Greenwich, 300 East Putnam Avenue offers the following events in celebration of the festival of Sukkot.

On Sunday, Sept. 27, at 11:30 a.m., Temple Sholom will decorate their sukkah in celebration of the festival of Sukkot. This family-friendly event hosts people from Greenwich, Stamford and Rye Brook, and also features a creative and delicious “make your own edible sukkah” station.

On Friday, Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m., the Temple Sholom congregation will enjoy a special dinner together in the sukkah, just following a high-spirited musical Shabbat service in our sanctuary. This event is for all ages.

Temple Sholom is a traditional egalitarian Conservative synagogue located in beautiful Greenwich, Connecticut. Our membership is diverse, coming from all across the Jewish spectrum. We use a “Big Tent” (Ohel Gadol) approach to create a warm, caring, vibrant and innovative sacred community (Kehillah Kedoshah). We strive to inspire and nurture our members as they explore, enrich and discover their Jewish selves.

Temple Sholom is the largest synagogue in Greenwich serving Greenwich, Rye Brook, Armonk, Stamford and the surrounding communities. We have a licensed Nursery School, a dynamic and exciting Learning Center (aka Religious School), a thriving Social Action Committee as well as award-winning youth & teen programs.

Additionally, we offer a wide range of adult education classes and lectures as well as numerous social events for couples & families.

We welcome you and encourage you to find your Jewish home at Temple Sholom.

For more information, visit templesholom.com or call 203-869-7191.

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