Sukkot is reminiscent of the “Clouds of Glory” with which G‑d protected us in the desert. On Sukkot we leave the comfort of our home and dwell in a Sukkah, a simple hut, in which all are equal symbolizing Jewish Unity. During the 8 days of Sukkot we make a blessing on the “Lulav and Etrog”, the “four Kinds” representing all kinds of Jews.


Sukkot: Sept. 23-30

Evening Services at 6:30pm

Morning services at 9:30am

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To purchase a Lulav & Etrog, or help with your Sukka.Please call 631.698.4000 before Sept. 13th



Sunday, Sept. 30 - Shmini Atzeret

Evening services at 6:30pm  Followed by Hakafot-dancing with the Torah


Monday, Oct.1 - Shmini Atzeret

Morning Service at 9:30am Yizkor at 11am

Mon. Night, Oct. 1 - Simchat Torah

Evening Service at 7:00pm Simchat Torah,  Grand Hot Buffet, L’chaim, 

Flags for the children, dancing with the Torah. 

Special Children’s Hakafot.


Tuesady, Oct. 2 - Simchat Torah

Morning Service at 10:00am Followed by Hakafot-dancing with the Torah.


All events are Chabad House 
87 Mt Sinai Coram Rd.
Coram NY 11727

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