Want to host a Seder?
Shabbat always falls during Passover, so it’s time to gather around the Friday night table, this time adding some of your favorite Passover themes, discussions, and intentions to your Shabbat celebration.
Slow down, unplug, join together, and Friday.
OneTable invites people in their 20s and 30s to connect: to each other, to ritual, to wellness, to Shabbat. We invite you to hold tradition in one hand and beliefs, experiences, and passions in the other — to build a Shabbat dinner practice that feels personal, authentic, valuable, and lasting.
Host a Dinner
We’re here to help you build community and intention around the Friday night dinner table. Apply today to join the Shabbat dinner movement.
Hearing about OneTable changed everything for me. Jessie D, 11 dinners hosted
Hosting Shabbat taught me hospitality on a deeper level than culinary school or any restaurant I’d ever worked in. Jake Cohen, 12 dinners hosted
OneTable has given me the opportunity to create traditions of my own and lead my practice in my own way; modern, fresh, and inclusive.
Lillian E, 2 dinners hosted
Now when I plan trips and vacations, I think about what I'll be doing on my Friday night. OneTable has really helped me reframe emotionally, mentally, and physically around Shabbat."
Jason K, 9 dinners hosted
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The Shabbat Movement
Empower More Shabbat
OneTable provides hosts and guests with easily accessible tools and resources, making these rituals not only attainable, but sustainable. Founded in 2014, OneTable has quickly expanded, largely thanks to the support of local and national foundations, federations and individual funders who also believe in the power of Shabbat dinner. Over 100,000 people have had Shabbat dinner through OneTable in over 125 cities across the US. Join us in making this possible.