IPF Atid - OneTable Shabbat Host Request Form
The Shabbat table can be a place for conversations focused on the difficult and complex issues facing young Jewish adults in America. With a new Israeli government incoming, an uncertain future on Israeli-Palestinian peace, and growing rifts within the American Jewish community, it is vital that we build relationships across perspectives and create welcoming spaces for nuanced conversations in 2019. IPF Atid invites you to critically and inclusively engage with these (and many more) important issues by utilizing the Shabbat table to connect people, have meaningful interactions, and build community.
OneTable is an online and in-person community, empowering post-college people in their 20s and 30s find, enjoy and share Shabbat dinners to make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. OneTable makes it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal, and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out.
Through educational resources, intimate briefings, and quarterly initiatives, IPF Atid is a community of today’s rising Jewish and foreign policy young professionals - committed to supporting pragmatic solutions towards a Jewish, democratic, secure Israel.
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When do you plan to host your Shabbat?
You can list more than 1 date if you'd like:
Where do you plan to host your Shabbat?
My private apartment/home
A restaurant or bar
Who do you plan to invite to your Shabbat gathering?
Examples of past Shabbats include Birthright groups, high school/college alumni networks, and many others.
How many guests do you envision hosting?
What will the status of your Shabbat be?
*This setting can be changed at a later date.
Host Approval (Recommended) - As the host, you approve each guest. That means new people can see your dinner and ask for a seat. Choose this to meet new people in the community.
Invite-Only - As the host, you need to invite your guests using your unique dinner link. Guests cannot request to RSVP unless invited by host.
IPF Atid and OneTable are pleased to offer multiple training sessions and outlets to help you host your Shabbat. Please select those that interest you.
The trainings and preparation materials focus on using the OneTable platform, hosting 101, framing your conversation, and other related questions for this partnership. Participating in a training is for the benefit of all hosts and guests and is required.
Group video training call with other hosts and IPF Atid x OneTable staff
Individual phone call with local OneTable coaches and IPF Atid leaders
Video recording of host training
What would you like your Shabbat conversation to focus on?
The IPF Atid team will work with you to curate relevant articles and resources to send to your guests, as well as conversation topics, starters, and questions to guide your conversation according to your vision.
Two-State Solution & The IPF Atid Perspective
Current Events & Commentary
Women, Peace & Security
Not Decided Yet
If possible, would you like to have an additional IPF Atid lay leader present?
If you have any questions or related concerns not outlined above, please leave them below:
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