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Hoshana Raba Morning Service

We will be celebrating this seventh day of Sukkot on Zoom. Please RSV

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  • Online Session

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Hoshanah Rabbah, the seventh day of Sukkot is a semi-holiday in its own right. Still counted among the days of Hol Hamoed (intermediate days of the festival), this day’s name means “the great hoshanah.” A hoshanah is a series of seven liturgical poems calling upon God to rescue and redeem the Jewish people, primarily by sending rain. When is Sukkot 2020? Click here to find out. Hoshanah Rabbah was viewed by the rabbis of the Talmud as a mini-Yom Kippur, a day on which the entire Jewish community is judged by God to be worthy or not of the seasonal rains. All seven hoshanot prayers are recited in seven hakkafot, or processions, around the sanctuary. At the conclusion of the seven processions, a special ritual is conducted in which the branches of the willow (the lulav ) are struck upon the ground. This is a symbolic attempt to rid ourselves of any remaining sins (the leaves representing these transgressions) that might influence God’s decision to send the seasonal rains. And this will be the link for Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah: Shemini Atzeret/Yizkor through Simchat Torah - Saturday, 10/10 at 9:30am, Yizkor approx. 11:30am; Saturday, 10/10 - Simchat Torah - at 7pm; Sunday, 10/11 at 9:30am Meeting ID: 941 1842 6038 Passcode: 243451 One tap mobile +16699006833,,97071547999# US (San Jose) +13462487799,,97071547999# US (Houston) Dial by your location - Find your local number:

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