WATCH: EVERYONE’S INVITED TO THE BIGGEST SUCCAH IN THE WORLD!
Baruch Hashem, following Rav Berland’s official release, Shuvu Banim are pleased to invite you to spend some time in Rav Eliezer Berland’s succah this chag – which is set to make it into the record books as the biggest succah in the world!
The succah measures 66 metres by 150 metres long – and has been built down almost all of the road facing Rav Berland’s building.
The week of Succot should be filled with days of rejoicing, dancing and happiness – and especially this year, when the festival coincides with the end of Rav Eliezer Berland’s almost five years’ of exile and imprisonment.
So we’d like to invite you all to come and share our happiness and simcha with us this Succot, by joining us in the world’s biggest succah that has been especially built for the occasion, in front of the Rav’s home on HaHoma Hashlishit Road, in the Morasha neighborhood of Jerusalem, near the Old City.
Thousands of people have already experienced the tremendous light and joy of praying with the Rav, and now you can also come and part of the awesome tefillot in the Rav’s Succah, over chol hamoed. The succah will be open to guest throughout the whole week, and is situated very close to the entry points for visitors to the Kotel and the Old City of Jerusalem.
Motzae Shabbat, we’ll also be celebrating the hiloula (yahrtzeit) of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov in the succah, marking 207 years since his passing, in a combined event to officially celebrate the release of Rav Berland, shlita. Many of the leading lights of Breslov will be in attendance, together with a number of chassidic singers, making this an unforgettable occasion.
At chatzot, (halachic midnight), Rav Eliezer Berland will also lead the crowd in the recitation of the Midnight Lament (tikkun chatzot).
Thousands of visitors from all over the country – and all over the world! – are expected to join us, so please come and join us for this momentous triple celebration to mark the festival of Succot, the yahrtzeit of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov – and the release of Rav Eliezer Berland, shlita.
The Succah has a seperate ezrat nashim section for women, who are also cordially invited to come and join the celebrations.