Open Table Judaism seeks to encourage a vibrant 21st-century Judaism as a spirituality and identity that includes, but isn’t limited by Zionism and/or cultural Judaism. 

The table is a metaphor for community where people are engaged, fed, and sustained. An Open Table implies an attitude of welcoming and hospitality that invites others to have a seat at the table, invites others to join the discussion, and includes, rather than excludes others from the community.


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