Hebrew Roots/Holy Days/Tabernacles
The Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot is five days after the Day of Atonement, a seven day period of great rejoicing for sins forgiven and expectation of the advent of the kingdom age to come.
The scripture instructed the Israelites to dwell in a temporary huts (sukkah or sukkot) for these 7 days. It can be undertaken today in a campsite or a backyard gazebo or pergola or a special structure suited to one's own situation.
- /Tabernacles/Constructing a Sukkah
- /Tabernacles/The Sukkah and the Lulav
- /Tabernacles/History of the Feast
- /Tabernacles/Hoshanna Rabbah - 7th Day
- /Tabernacles/Shemini Atzeret and Simcha Torah
- /Tabernacles/Services for Sukkot
- /Tabernacles/Services for Shemini Atzeret
- /Tabernacles/Recipes for Sukkot