It is a mitzvah to build a sukkah and to welcome guests to the sukkah. It is also a mitzvah to celebrate Sukkot by spending time in the sukkah. We do this primarily by eating meals in a sukkah during Sukkot. Of course, not everyone has the space to build a sukkah. Most synagogues make their sukkot available for visitors. Find a local synagogue from the Reform Congregational Directory. Consider making plans to have lunch during Sukkot in a nearby sukkah. Inviting a friend and enjoying a leisurely lunch in the shade of the sukkah on an autumn day is a lovely way to spend an hour. If you are not a member of a congregation, this is a great way to get to know a local temple and meet some of their members and staff.