Succos? Sukkot? Sukkos? Sukkoth?

“Pesach” is nice and easy to spell, but we still call it “Passover” half the time. Wouldn’t Succos (or whatever) be easier to Google if we actually called it “Tabernacles” like in the old-timey prayer books?

Well, however you spell it, we’ve got it on OU Holidays! Features for Sukkot (whatever) include answers to Frequently Asked Questions courtesy of OU Kosher’s consumer hotline, an overview of Hoshanos by yours truly, Hilchos Eiruv Tavshilin from Rabbi Y. Dov Krakowski, and more.

But it doesn’t stop there! Check out OU Holidays for Hoshana Rabbah, Shemini Atzeres, and Simchas Torah, featuring shiurim and articles from Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Rebbetzin Yemima Mizrachi, Shira Smiles, and all the rest of your favorite OU Torah teachers.

You may have to jiggle your search options to run the gamut from Succot to Sukkos but whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it on OU Holidays!