Author: Eva Laporte

OneTable Welcomes New Chief Advancement Officer Irit E. Gross

For Immediate Release Contact: Jason Edelstein, 510-239-1102 Addition of Chief Advancement Officer Enables OneTable to Meet Increased Demand of Young Adults Looking for Authentic Connections, Space for Meaningful Reflection   (New York) – OneTable, a […]

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OneTable x Haggadot.com

For Immediate Release Contact: Jason Edelstein, 510-239-1102 New “DIY Jewish Network” Helps People Anywhere in the World Find and Create Jewish Experiences Led by Haggadot.com in partnership with OneTable, the platform brings to a national […]

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OneTable Baltimore x The Associated Partnership

The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and Pearlstone Center Launch OneTable in Baltimore to Help People Build Community Through Shabbat New Offering Will Help People Ages 21-40 Create Weekly Dinner Practices That Add Meaning to […]

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Now Inducting into the Challah Fame: Lindsay Young

The Challah Fame is a OneTable series that celebrates someone who loves to make challah (or other delicious food!) and does so as a form of self-care, self-expression, as a business, or for any other [...]
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Free, Downloadable Tech Backgrounds for Pride 2021!

Did somebody say free, tech download?! Oh, we did, we said that. It's June and we're celebrating longer days, hotter temps, and all things Pride (checked out our Pride Shabbat Guide yet?). Download one of [...]
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New York, meet your new Field Manager: Lilli!

Please welcome Lilli, our new New York Field Manager, to the OneTable team! Lilli is joining OneTable after graduating from Mount Holyoke College where she studied Religion and Entrepreneurship. Her interest in critical religious studies inspired [...]
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#SupportLocal Shabbat: Denver Edition

Denver, while we know that this time can feel difficult and isolating, our hope is that through the magic of Shabbat, you can still end your week with gratitude, grounding, and a deep exhale. Many [...]
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Kavod > COVID

Kavod. A quick Google search will tell you that this word means “respect” or “honor” in Hebrew.  COVID. A quick Google search will tell you a lot and possibly sky rocket you into a place [...]
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AUDIO | Shabbat Guided Meditations

Finding presence, quieting the thoughts in our minds, and transitioning seamlessly into Shabbat — these things are hard. But what can help us shift from constantly doing to simply being are Shabbat rituals infused with [...]
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[Slow] Cookin’ up Shabbat

We know it can be daunting to prepare a meal for Friday night. How will you cook everything after a long workday? How can you ensure your dishes are perfectly timed and nice and hot [...]
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