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Huge Crowd enjoys Sudbury Sukkot BBQ & Celebration

Sukkos 7.jpgOver one hundred people joined together this past Sunday to celebrate the holiday of Sukkot with an outdoor BBQ and Celebration. The event which drew people from Sudbury and elsewhere was attended by tons of adults and children, and featured a communal Sukkah Building Activity, an awesome grill and food, Lulav Shaking & the Blessings, Eating in the Sukkah and the Blessings, and a great Sukkot Community Social Event. Smiles and laughter filled the air as people enjoyed the event, as the Sukkah was built, and as everyone did their own Lulav Shakes.

Sukkos 1.jpgThis was the first time that the Chabad Sukkot event was held at a public venue and the unique location of the Crime Lab Field, meant that while dozens of children played activities and… Read More »

Yom Kippur in Sudbury

Yom Kippur at Chabad of Sudbury was marked by a great turnout at the services and with a healthy attendance at every part of the Yom Kippur Service. While the children enjoyed their own service and games and activities, the adults enjoyed Yom Kippur and its meaning, along with spirited prayer services, meaningful anecdotes, and uplifting messages.

The Neilah Prayer at the end of Yom Kippur marked the climax of the service, with a full house, and a lively melody before the final blast of the Shofar marking the end and completion of Yom Kippur.

A great Break the Fast to finalize the day made for a great ending for a powerful, solemn, meaningful and uplifting day.

If you would like to read the Yizkor Sermon, it is… Read More »

Rosh Hashanah in Sudbury Report

NewsChabad of Sudbury and its many friends and participants marked Rosh Hashanah by holding five great and exciting events. Each event was attended by healthy  and diverse crowds who showed plenty of Rosh Hashanah spirit and participation.

Rosh Hashanah eve included a beautiful Rosh Hashanah Dinner with over 40 people in attendance.

Rosh Hashanah Services on Day One at the Nobscot Reservation were attended by a healthy crowd and included traditional and very user friendly services along with a great children’s program and Kiddush Luncheon.

Tashlich & Shofar at the Grist Mill at the Historic Wayside Inn attracted about 70 people and included Shofar Blowing, Tashlich, many kids playing together for an hour and a half… Read More »

To be a Thriving & Wholesome Jew in a Modern & Changing World, Rosh Hashanah Sermon 5774

To be a Thriving & Wholesome Jew in a Modern & Changing World, Rosh Hashanah Sermon Chabad of Sudbury 5774

Some thoughts on a Log Ride

Logride.jpgA few weeks ago, I took a trip to Canobie Lake Park in New Hampshire along with Camp Gan Israel of Sudbury. We had plenty of campers in the group with various desires, heights and abilities, so we decided to split up the campers into different groups that would allow them to have the maximum fun possible.

I soon discovered that my assigned group of campers were anxious to experience some real action and dramatic rides. Before long, despite my inner feelings telling me not to do this, I found myself seated on a log ride that was winding its way around sharp curves, up and down some small hills and… Read More »

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