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
Friday, October 2nd

Candle Lighting 5:32 pm
Evening Services 6:00 pm
Kiddush & Dinner @ Sukkah 6:30 pm

1st Day Sukkot
Saturday, October 3rd

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

2nd Night Sukkot
Saturday, October 3rd

Candle Lighting after 6:21* pm 
Evening Services 7:30 pm
Kiddush & Dinner @ Sukkah 7:45 pm

2nd Day Sukkot
Sunday, October 4th

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

*Light candle from a preexisting flame
Chol HAmoed kids activity

Stay tuned

Details to be announced.

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. If you would like to purchase a set, please contact the office.

Sitting in the Sukkah is no less important. If you would like to build your own sukkah, just let us know and we will be happy to give a hand and advise both Halacha and practical perspective.

Can't do neither? 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, Kep, Sihanoukville, Koh-Rong & Mondulkiri. 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 4 years ago on that day. Please join us!

Saturday, October 10th, 6:45pm

Simchat Torah Full Schedule
Shemini Atzeret night Friday, Oct. 9

Candle Lighting: 5:28 pm
Evening Services: 6:00 pm
Kiddush, Lechaim & Hakafot 6:30 pm
Dinner @ Sukkah 7:30 pm

Shemini Atzeret Day Saturday, Oct. 10

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

Simchat Torah night Saturday, Oct. 10

Candle Lighting after 6:17 pm* followed by Arvit
Kiddush and Lechaim 6:40 pm 
Grand Hakafot 7:00 pm
Dinner and Farbrengen 8:00 pm 

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

Looking forward to seeing you!!!

*Light candle from a preexisting flame
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