Hospitality.

Hospitality is so important, it’s one of our core values! Shabbat is an antidote to loneliness, an ancient communal wellness practice. Rooted in the foundational texts of Judaism, welcoming guests and being a guest are expressions of radical hospitality that honor the essential value in every human being (kavod ha’briot) and create opportunities for connection in the modern world. During COVID, it can mean checking in with your community, [etc, good words].

Resources

The Most Ancient ~Wellness~ Ritual

Shabbat, much like yoga or meditation for some, is an act of rebellion against a constantly moving world. We bring ritual to the table not because we have to, but because disconnecting in order to intentionally connect, separate from the work week, and build community is holy – and really good for you.

Our work creates an opportunity for everyone to better engage in their own work. Taking intentional time each week to recharge means everyone can return to their work (whether corporate, justice-oriented, creative, or otherwise) with fresh energy and focus.

Photo by Sydney Kramer

Michael Twitty Talks Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Michael Twitty, acclaimed author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South and forthcoming Kosher Soul, joined us virtually for a conversation and with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board Member/Superhost Jake Cohen. They discussed Shabbat, justice, identity cooking, and more. Check it out.

Photo by Sydney Kramer

Michael Twitty Talks Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Michael Twitty, acclaimed author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South and forthcoming Kosher Soul, joined us virtually for a conversation and with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board Member/Superhost Jake Cohen. They discussed Shabbat, justice, identity cooking, and more. Check it out.

Photo by Sydney Kramer

Michael Twitty Talks Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Michael Twitty, acclaimed author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South and forthcoming Kosher Soul, joined us virtually for a conversation and with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board Member/Superhost Jake Cohen. They discussed Shabbat, justice, identity cooking, and more. Check it out.

Photo by Sydney Kramer

Michael Twitty Talks Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Michael Twitty, acclaimed author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South and forthcoming Kosher Soul, joined us virtually for a conversation and with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board Member/Superhost Jake Cohen. They discussed Shabbat, justice, identity cooking, and more. Check it out.