ReproShabbat 2022

This January, the National Council of Jewish Women is spearheading a movement across the country called ReproShabbat. ReproShabbat is an initiative to spark learning and conversation about Judaism’s approach to reproductive health access, rights and justice. With abortion under attack throughout the country, it’s more important than ever for people of faith to speak up and raise our voices! OneTable New York is thrilled to work in partnership with NCJW’s New York Chapter, to bring ReproShabbat to the OneTable community. 

Two loaves of challah, two lit candles and a kiddush cup are nestled benearth text reading Repro Shabbat Jan 28-29, 2022

Post a dinner for January 28th with #ReproShabbat or ReproShabbat in the title or description to be a part of the movement. You’ll find some resources below to help guide your discussions around the Shabbat table.

Need any support hosting your OneTable New York Shabbat dinner? Your NY Field Team can help! Contact Lilli or Tara!


Conversation Guide 

ReproShababt is a time to spread awareness and normalize conversations around reproductive health and rights. We know that reproductive rights, along with other conversations you are having around the Shabbat table, can sometimes feel daunting or overwhelming. This Courageous Conversations Guide can help you feel confident as you approach a meaningful conversation about reproductive health and rights around your table. 

The Torah of Reproductive Freedom

Abortion + Jewish Values toolkit from NCJW

Mindfulness Shabbat Guide

Mental Health Awareness Shabbat Guide

Together at the Table – Resources + Guides


Virtual pre-Shabbat conversation between an advocate, an abortion provider, and a clergy member 

Thursday, January 27 at 6 pm

Join us for an illuminating conversation between Jewish women who have a personal connection with abortion. We’ll hear from an abortion provider, a policy advocate, and a clergy member, all of whom will share their stories.


Dr. Gillian Dean, Chief Medical Officer of Planned Parenthood of Greater New York

Emily Kadar, Director of Women’s Affairs at the Office of Governor Kathy Hochul


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OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in undergraduate studies, and without an existing weekly Shabbat practice, looking to find and share this powerful experience.

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