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Get Ready for Simchat Torah this Saturday night at 7:00 pm!


Dance, party, and rejoice in the gift of Torah, all from the comfort of your own home!

Here’s how to participate and prepare!

  • Click HERE to download a flag to wave

  • Click HERE to download a flag to color in

  • Click HERE to download a Torah to hold

  • Click HERE to download a Torah to color in

  • Decorate your Zoom space with a a virtual Torah background (if your device allows) or create your own Simchat Torah decorations for you space.

If you would like a small model Torah or plush Torah to dance with, contact Reb Lisa at reblisa@cbichico to arrange pick up or delivery.

Participate in Reading from the End and Beginning of the Torah!

  • We’ll be chanting in Hebrew and then reading the same verses in English.

  • We need six readers to read one verse, in English (3 from the final verses of Devarim and 3 from the first verses of Bereshit). Help us complete the Torah reading and then start again anew. 

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