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High Holidays 2018 at torat emet

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Don’t have a Sukkah this Year? No Worries.
Torat Emet’s Sukkah Now Open to Members


The Torat Emet Sukkah will be open this year to any individuals or families that would like to use it.  Come alone or invite a group of friends.  There are only a few guidelines to follow:

  • You must sign up on the link below to reserve a table.
  • You are responsible for your own setup and cleanup (garbage pail and bags will be provided. Please make sure to put chairs back under their cover in case of rain).
  • The Sukkah will not be available on Thursday evening of Chol Hamoed from 4:30-7:30.
  •  The Sukkah will be available on Yom Tov following services and kiddush.

Click here to reserve a date and time!



Welcome to Congregation Torat Emet...Welcome Home

Welcome to Main Street!
We are the largest Modern Orthodox shul in Columbus, located in the center of the Jewish community, offering daily minyan and weekly classes.  We cultivate relationships with God and with each other, striving for spiritual and moral growth. Please join our community for visits, services and events.

Calendar Corner

  • MSG Oneg Shabbat (teens welcome) at the home of Alison and Matan Gutwaks -- September 14th
  • Unveiling for Bob Lane -- September 16th
  • Yom Kippur -- September 18th & 19th
  • Yom Kippur Exploratory Service -- September 19th
  • Teen Melava Malka Movie & Madness -- September 22nd
  • Sukkot Yom Tov -- September 23rd-25th
  • Women's Hoshanot -- September 24th & 25th
  • Edible Sukkah Building - September 25th
  • Torat Emet Family Sukkah Hop -- September 25th
  • Shemini Atzeret -- October 1st
  • Simchat Torah-- October 2nd
  • Simchat Torah Teen Leining and Kiddush -- October 2nd
  • Simchat Torah Women's Torah Reading -- October 2nd
  • Lynd Farm Apple Picking -- October 7th
  • Parshat Noach Exotic Petting Zoo -- October 14th
  • MSG Oneg Shabbat (teens welcome) at the home of Michelle and Steve Lessnick -- October 19th
Thu, September 20 2018 11 Tishrei 5779