1. Sukkot Starts on a Full Moon The Jewish Holiday of Sukkot begins at nightfall before the 15th of the Jewish (lunar) month of Tishrei, when the moon is at its zenith. It continues for another seven days before leading directly into the holiday of Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah. 2. Sukkot Is the Holiday of Shelters The holiday ofContinue Reading