Simchat Torah is the last Festival of the High Holy Days. Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot are behind us. But the High Holy Days are not quite over. There’s still one more festival to observe – Simchat Torah. Simchat Torah is the celebration of the receiving of the Torah. It the festival at which we dance with the Torahs, and open up the scroll for all to see. It’s a service for all ages.
Come join us each year, when we dance and sing, and eat (of course) as we celebrate Simchat Torah and consecrate our newest and youngest students as they begin their own conversation with the generations. After all the prayers, after all the building and the sharing, this is the time for rejoicing. Come and rejoice!