OneTable Releases the “OneTable Shabbat Dinner Guide”

OneTable, the social dining platform for Jews in their 20s and 30s that enables individuals to cultivate a Shabbat dinner practice, has created a Shabbat Dinner Guide for their thousands of monthly users and beyond.

At OneTable we’re constantly testing out new resources and ways to support hosts and guests in building their own authentic Shabbat dinner practices. To better achieve this goal, we are launching many new resources this summer, starting with The Shabbat Dinner Guide.

The guide includes the traditional Shabbat rituals and blessings, along with non-traditional Shabbat alternatives, icebreakers, songs, and even a tried and true challah recipe.  It is available digitally to everyone here.

OneTable Shabbat Dinner Guide
Click on the image above for the Guide.

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