To Welcome the Stranger: A Sukkot Open House
Join students, faculty, and staff of the Jewish Communal Leadership Program to celebrate the Sukkot holiday and share reflections on the Sukkot-related theme of welcoming the stranger.
The holiday of Sukkot centers around the sukkah (a temporary shelter). Traditionally, Jews would eat, sleep, and gather in the Sukkah during this annual harvest festival.
All are welcome-- no knowledge/prerequisites of Judaism/Hebrew required.
Seasonal, dairy, kosher-style hors d'oeuvres provided.
In keeping with Sukkot’s recognition of both fragility and community, JCLP invites attendees to bring the following items which will be donated to Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County's Food Pantry: Feminine toiletries (Pads), Household cleaners, Detergent pods ,Toothbrushes /Toothpaste, Shampoo/Conditioner, Men’s deodorant & Shaving needs, and Mouthwash.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106