Here’s a list of prayers for Sukkot with brief descriptions, divided by topic: “Joy,” “Harvest Season” and “Sukkah: Physical home, Spiritual home.” To read a prayer, click on the title. (If you read only one of these, go for “Beauty Dances,” but this is a lovely list. Try a few.) Here are prayers for Simchat Torah.
Sukkot is z’man simchateinu, the time of our rejoicing:
- Rejoice! – A prayer/poem about embodying joy.
- For Joy – How do we find joy in the face of crushing loss? By asking G-d for help.
- Let Joy – Awake to the joy around you!
Prayers of thanks for G-d’s gifts:
- For Autumn – A prayer for the new season.
- Harvest Prayer – For the gifts of the land.
- This Bounty – A prayer of thanksgiving.
- Life as a Banquet – The banquet of your life is full. Rejoice in the blessings.
- Life as a Garden – Tending to the beauty of my own heart and soul.
Sukkah: Physical Home, Spiritual Home
Prayers about the meaning of home:
- The Season of Building – Tents of holiness, shelters of peace.
- Dwelling Place – A sense of home and peace.
- Beauty Dances – Beauty dances, love sings and peace cries for Sukkat Shalom.
- The Way Home – The journey back home.
- Israel: A Meditation – Israel, our people, our nation, our home.
Click here for the full list of prayers for the Yamim Noraim. Here’s a focused list of prayers for Elul, another one of prayers for Rosh Hashana and one of prayers for Yom Kippur. And here’s a link to yizkor and memorial prayers.
Photo Source: Alden Solovy; this is my 5774 (2013) Sukkah.