Come and celebrate Sukkot with us on Saturday, October 22 by eating in the sukkah and watching the award-winning Israeli film “Ushpizin.” Bring your family and friends for dinner at
6 p.m. and the movie at 7 p.m. - and also shake the lulav and inhale the lovely scent of the etrog.
This heartwarming film is set in Jerusalem and tells a story about a childless couple who live in a cramped apartment with very little money. When unexpected guests arrive, the stress on the relationship gets even more intense. The word, “ushpizin” means “guests” in Aramaic and it is a mitzvah during Sukkot to invite guests. Find the movie trailer.
Our “Pizza in the Hut” dinner includes pizza by the slice ($2) and salad ($3). Also available for purchase will be soda, beer, and movie-style candy. Please make a reservation by Friday, October 14 to the Temple office at (260) 744-4245. Can’t make it for dinner? Join us for the film at no charge. Thanks to Adult Education Chair Wendy Soltz for chairing the event.
Read a review of the film.