To those who celebrate, we are wishing you and your families a Happy Sukkot!
May this season bring you many blessings and comfort to you and your families.
What is Sukkot?
In Judaism, the Sukkot holiday is known as the “Feast of Tabernacles” which is one of the most holy holidays in the Jewish Religion. Usually, those who celebrate, make a hut in which they spend 8 days in to commemorate the sheltering of the Israelites in the wilderness.
When is Sukkot?
The week-long holiday is five days after the holiday “Yom Kippur”. This year, the holiday falls on the evening of Friday, October 2 and ends in the evening of Friday, October 9, 2020.
How to Greet Someone Who Observes Sukkot?
One way of greeting someone who observes this holiday is by saying “Chag Sameach” to them which means “Happy Holidays”. If your loved one or client celebrates this holiday, be sure to greet them this way as a sign of respect.
Stay Safe and have a great holiday!