Pearlstone’s Sukkot Retreat is a joyous, diverse, and nature-filled gathering for Jews of all ages and backgrounds.

This immersive retreat includes inspiring Jewish learning, spirited singing, festive farm-to-table meals, and an inclusive community building experience.

Our magical 180-acre campus comes alive in the fall with spectacular colors on the trees and in the Sukkah, which will be the center of our sacred gathering.  We will have an eclectic range of sessions, including text, embodied practice, discussion, and communal song.  This retreat takes its place among the signature Pearlstone holiday celebrations and will be punctuated with delicious, healthy food, music, and activities for people of all ages.

All of our immersive retreats are focused on creating an environment of loving warmth, connectedness, and Earth-Based Torah.  This multigenerational gathering of participants, both local and distant, is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience Pearlstone’s stunning and unique outdoor setting with intentional collective communal engagement.

Davening options:  

  • Traditional mechitzah minyan  
  • Traditional egalitarian minyan 
  • Alternative options for embodied practice (available at certain times) 


Covid Protocols

Questions? Please contact Chani Pearlstein: cpearlstein@pearlstonecenter.org

Sing with Joey Weisenberg!

A virtuosic multi-instrumental musician, singer, and composer, Joey Weisenberg has devoted himself to opening up the sounds of people singing together in community. The founder and director of Hadar’s Rising Song Institute, which aims to cultivate the grassroots musical-spiritual creativity of the Jewish people, Joey works to educate and train communities around the world to unlock their musical-spiritual potential and make music a vibrant, joy-filled force in Jewish life.

Joey is the author of Building Singing Communities, a practical guide to bringing people together in song, as well as The Torah of Music, a treasury of Jewish teachings and insights about the spiritual nature of music, which received the National Jewish Book Award in 2017.

A devoted student and teacher of ancient and traditional Jewish melodies, Joey composes new nigunim that have moved and inspired Jews around the world. He has released eight albums of original music, most recently L’eila, available on Rising Song Records.

Learn with Eve Bratman

Eve Bratman is Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at Franklin and Marshall College. She writes and researches about pollinator protection, the Brazilian Amazon, and urban environmental justice issues. She founded the Lancaster Composting Co-operative, and is a certified Community Mushroom Educator, beekeeper, and mother to a very energetic preschooler.

Questions? Contact Chani Pearlstein