Shaarei Shamayim organizes holiday celebrations throughout the year: On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur we offer services punctuated by meditation and discussion. We also join together for potlucks at the beginning of Rosh Hashanah and the end of Yom Kippur.
On Sukkot we build a sukkah and gather around a campfire. We continue on Simchat Torah with singing and dancing and roll the Torah from the end to the beginning. We celebrate Chanukkah with a joyful party in the midst of winter.
Purim is a time of silliness; adults and children dress up in costume, retell the Book of Esther, and sing songs. On Passover we match up people who can host a seder with people who wish to attend a seder. Shaarei Shamayim participates in a community-wide Shavuot celebration as well.