Opening Deep Conversations with Jewish Women International

Good food, good people, and good conversation make for a great Shabbat dinner recipe!  Whether you want to create a welcoming environment for guests who don’t know each other or find ways to get to the heart of real conversations amongst friends, the right resources and questions can make all the difference.

At OneTable, we always want to help you find more ways to openly welcome guests or graciously be welcomed. Unboxed by Jewish Women International (JWI) is a new card set that can help do just that. The cards include Jewish texts and prompt questions to spark deep, meaningful conversations about family, love, and relationships. 

Be one of the first 100 people to complete this form by March 31. Thanks to our friends and partners at JWI, we’re offering a free set of Unboxed cards for the first 100 OneTable hosts and guests who request a deck!

JWI Unboxed Conversation cards
How do you show that you value and appreciate others? What are some of the benefits of arguing? How do you express gratitude?

Then, we invite you to take a moment to pause, reflect, and dig deep into conversation about the people you love. The cards are intended for use by everyone and all identities at any Shabbat dinner table or other setting.

After you request your free cards, post your next Shabbat dinner!

Jewish Women International is the leading Jewish organization working to empower women and girls of every race, culture, ability, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Through healthy relationship education, financial empowerment, and women’s leadership, JWI gives women the power to control their lives – and to create a world in which all may thrive.

The Unboxed cards were created by JWI’s Clergy Task Force on Domestic Abuse in the Jewish Community, and funded by Lippman Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah and the Henry D. Kahn and Laura Primakoff Charitable Fund.

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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