The large Sukkah built each Sukkos holiday at the Marina Roscha Synagogue in Moscow, Russia is being built this week, and this year will be double in size.
Utilizing a large area adjacent to the Shul’s courtyard, the much larger Sukkah is being built to accommodate the expected 1,000 people who will attend the Shul’s holiday meals, under the leadership of Russia’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar.
The festive and beautiful full course holiday meals are open to all, free of charge.
During the Sukkos holiday, the Shul hosts hundreds of people every day, for events, Simchas beis Hashoeva celebrations, Chasidic farbrengens and more.
The Shul’s gabboim also operate a ‘hospitality room’ during the entire Yom Tov, offering hot and cold beverages, snacks, and more to the thousands of visitors on weekdays and during the holiday.