The Rabbinical Assembly is the international association of Conservative/Masorti rabbis. We aim to kindle the passion of the Jewish People in the service of God, Torah and Klal Yisrael, to strengthen the Conservative/Masorti movement, and to support the Conservative/Masorti rabbi. Our nearly 1,700 members serve as congregational rabbis, educators, military and hospital chaplains, professors, and officers of communal service organizations throughout the world.
Last year many of us we're only able to have virtual guests in our Sukkot. This year I hope we're blessed with both "live" guests as well as virtual guests. This Sheet is meant to challenge you to think about who you "need" to visit you in your Sukkah.
Sukkot is uniquely associated with rejoicing. And yet in the aftermath of the High Holy Days it is all too often forgotten. What role should joy play in our lives not only on this festival but throughout the year? Why is sukkot singled out as Z'man Simchateinu?