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Sukkot and Simchat Torah 5778

Sukkot and Simchat Torah 5778

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Sukkot and Simchat Torah
@ Chabad Cambodia
Sukkot calendar

 Please join us for our Sukkot Holiday Services full of inspiration, followed by festive meals with delicious food in our Sukkah.

 
1st Night Sukkot
Wednesday, October 4th

Candle Lighting 5:31 pm
Evening Services 6:15 pm
Kiddush & Dinner @ Sukkah 6:30 pm

1st Day Sukkot
Thursday, October 5th

Morning Services 10:00 am
Torah Reading 11:00 am
Kiddush @ Sukkah 12:15 pm

2nd Night Sukkot
Thursday, October 5th

Candle Lighting after 6:20* pm 
Evening Services 7:30 pm
Kiddush & Dinner @ Sukkah 7:45 pm

2nd Day Sukkot
Friday, October 6th

Morning Services 10:00 am
Torah Reading 11:00 am
Kiddush @ Sukkah 12:15 pm

Friday Night Dinner in Sukkah
Friday, October 6th

Shabbat Candle Lighting 5:31 pm 
Evening Services 6:30 pm 
Kiddush & Dinner @ Sukkah 7:00 pm

Shabbat Morning
Saturday, October 7th

Morning Services 10:00 am 
Torah Reading 11:00 am 
Kiddush @ Sukkah 12:15 pm

 
 
*Light candle from a preexisting flame
 
sukkah on the boat

A night of joy you will not forget for a long time...

Sunday, October 8th we are going to celebrate with a SUKKAH ON THE BOAT! Live music and dancing as was done at Simchat Beit Hashoeva in the holy temple in the holiday of sukkot

We will be joined by a group from NY and Vietnam and anticipate about 150 people. 

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After much search we found the largest day-tour-boat in the city, named "Mekong River King - Romdoul-Chaktomuk" which can hold up to 200 people. It will duck at "Passenger and Tourist Terminal" Parking lot between Titanic restaurant and Gloria Jeans Coffee (when coming from south, 300 meters before the small boats. See here

Boarding at 6:00 pm
Departure at 6:30 pm sharp
Arrival back 8:45 pm.

Full dinner buffet by a guest chef!
Live music!
Singing and Dancing! 

 
 
Reaching you with the Lulav

If you can't find us, we are going to find you!

DSCF0424.JPGShaking the Lulav is a mitzvah that is unique to Sukkot and so is sitting in the Sukkah. And guest what? We are bringing them both to you!

Yes, that is correct, we are bringing the Sukkah to your home. Our Tuktuk Sukkah will go around town and will help Jews fulfill the Mitzvot of the holiday without going out of their way.

And this is not everything... We are sending sets of the Lulav and Etrog to Siem Reap, Battambang, Kampot, Sihanoukville and Koh Rong. If you want to say the blessing in one of those places or if you want to have a set delivered to another town, please contact us.

To schedule a stop at your home or office, please reply to this email or call the Rabbi at 085-807-205.

 
Simchat Torah Celebration

Sing! Dance! Celebrate!

Sing and dance in celebration of the annual completion of the Torah reading. Young and old become the legs of our holy Torah, enabling it to dance. Enjoy a lavish Kiddush, refreshments and plenty of L'chaim as we dance with the Torah!

We will use this celebration to thank Hashem for the open miracle we had with baby Levi last year on that day. Please join us!

Thursday, October 12th, 6:45pm

 
Simchat Torah Full Schedule
Shemini Atzeret night Wednesday, Oct. 11

Candle Lighting: 5:27 pm
Evening Services: 6:00 pm
Kiddush, Lechaim & Hakafot 6:15 pm
Dinner @ Sukkah 7:30 pm

Shemini Atzeret Day Thursday, Oct. 12

Morning Services: 10:00 am
Yizkor Memorial Service: 11:30 am
Kiddush @ Sukkah: 12:30 pm
Goodbye Sukkah...

Simchat Torah night Thursday, Oct. 12

Candle Lighting after 6:16 pm* 
Evening Services 6:45 pm
Kiddush and Lechaim 7:00 pm 
Grand Hakafot 7:15 pm

Simchat Torah Day Friday, Oct. 13
Morning Service 10:00 am
Hakafot 11:00 am
Finishing/Starting Torah 11:45 am
Festive Meal 1:00 pm
Friday Night Dinner Friday, Oct. 13

Shabbat Candle Lighting 5:26 pm 
Kabbalat Shabbat 6:15 pm 
Kiddush and dinner 6:45 pm

Shabbat Morning Saturday, Oct. 14

Morning Service 10:00 am 
Kiddush 12:00 pm
Shabbat ends 6:15 pm 

Looking forward to seeing you!!!

 
*Light candle from a preexisting flame
 
Holiday Appeal

Increase your generosity of Tzedakah (charity) during the Holiday season and help cover the costs. Sponsor a holiday meal $360. Co-sponsor a holiday meal $180. Sponsor a single person $18.

 
Holiday Guide
Sukkot megasite
Sukkot guide
Simchat Torah megasite
Simchat Torah guide
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