Sukkot and Simchat Torah Schedule

Sukkot is a holiday centered on the home and observed by sitting in your Sukkah and shaking the Lulav & Etrog. 
Both of these observances are centered around the home.
We are here to assist you in observing these special mitzvos in your home.

Order your own Lulav & Etrog and have a Sukkah in your home.
To order a Lulav & Etrog set click here.

Alternatively, you can register to pass by Chabad's Sukkah, shake the Lulav and make a Bracha in the Sukkah. 
To make a reservation for a Sukkah, click here

To purchase a new Sukkah, or help putting up your own, please contact:
Rabbi Zalmy 514 342 7770 ext. 102
For more information please call 514 342 1770 ext. 103

Tuesday through Thursday, September 29-October 1  
Morning Service      7:30 am
Mincha Service 6:15 pm
Friday October 2  
Morning Service 7:30 am
Light Candles  6:13 pm
Mincha Service 6:15 pm
Saturday, October 3  
Morning Service 10:00 am
Mincha Service 6:00 pm
Light Candles After 7:14 pm
Sunday, October 4  
Morning Service 10:00 am
Mincha Service 6:00 pm
Holidays Ends 7:12 pm
Monday though Thursday, October 5-8  
Morning Service 7:30 am
Mincha Service 6:00 pm
Shemeni Atzeret & Simchat Torah  
Friday, October 9  
Hoshana Rabba Morning Service 7:30 - 9:00 am
Light Candles  6:00 pm
Evening (mincha) Service 6:00 pm

Followed by Kiddush in the Sukkah & Hakafot. Safe & Following Guidelines
No charge, sponsorships encouraged 

6:30 pm
Saturday, October 10  
Morning Service 10:00 am
Yizkor Memorial Service 12:00 pm
Simchat Torah Evening Service 5:45 pm
Hakafot & Meal. Safe & Following Guidelines 6:30 pm

Light Candles After 

7:01 pm
Sunday, October 11  
Morning Service 10:00 am  

Simchat Torah Celebration, Kiddush, Joy & Hakafot. Every Male gets an Aliyah.
Followed by a Communal Lunch. Safe & Following Guidelines

11:00 am
Mincha Service 5:45 pm
Holiday Ends  6:59 pm