Traditionally, Hoshanah Raba is considered to be the day of the final sealing of God's judgement. The liturgy for the day is an interesting mixture of weekday and festival liturgy, and we alternate between nusach for weekdays, festivals, S'ichot, and the High Holy Days.
Add Ya'aleh v'Yavo for Sukkot to the Amidah (MT 92).
Perform N'tilat Lulav after the Amidah (MT 571).
Recite the full Hallel after the Amidah (560). The Hallel on page 560 is the Half Hallel; congregations that would like to recite a full Hallel should add appropriate selections from Psalms 115 and 116.
Traditionally, after Hallel, the congregation would make 7 processions around the synagogue and recite seven Hoshanot. After the Hoshanot, the congregation would beat the Aravot against the floor.
Numbers 29:29-31 (P 1214, RP 1085, WTC 981)
* Numbers 29:29-31 is read for each of the four aliyot.
Deuteronomy 11:10-15 (P 1407, RP 1239, WTC 1104)
Recite the blessing over dwelling in the sukkah.
It is a mitzvah to welcome guests into our Sukkah. Each night of Sukkot, we symbolically welcome certain of our patriarchs and matriarchs into our sukkah as guests. The liturgy of this ceremony can be found in Gates of the House, pp. 77-78.
We add Ya'aleh v'Yavo and Harachaman for Sukkot to Birkat Hamazon.
Before sunset, light candles. Recite the Shabbat and festival candle blessing and Shehecheyanu (MT 384).
Recite festival evening service with appropriate additions for Shabbat (MT 384).
We recite an abbreviated Kabbalat Shabbat consisting of Psalms 92 and 93. Some congregations recite a shortened L'cha Dodi before Psalm 92.
Torah service (after the Amidah): Begin with "Ata Hareita" (MT 495). Then, continue with the Torah service as written (MT 494). After reciting Ki Mitzion, we remove all Torah scrolls from the ark and proceed with seven hakafot. Before the first Hakafah, we recite "Hoshiah Nah" and the text listed for Hakafah One (MT 500) Before each subsequent Hakafah, we recite the text listed for that Hakafah. After reciting the indicated text, we sing other songs of our choosing and dance with the Torah. After the Hakafot, we return to the ark all but the scroll(s) we will read from and continue with Sh'ma Yisrael (MT 496) through the bottom of the page.
After returning the Torah to the ark, we continue with Aleinu (MT 586) and other concluding prayers.
Torah Reading - Traditional
Deuteronomy 33:1-17 ( P 1569, RP 1420, WTC 1273)
Torah Reading - Alternative
Deuteronomy 34:1-12 (P 1582, RP 1426, WTC 1281) & Genesis 1:1-2:3 (P 18, RP 19, WTC 5)
Recite the Kiddush for festival evening with appropriate additions for Shabbat (MT 386).
Add Ya'aleh v'Yavo for Sh'mini Atzeret and Simchat Torah and Harachaman for Yom Tov to Birkat Hamazon. Also, add R'tzei and Harachaman for Shabbat.