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Jesus used the dinner table to welcome strangers, befriend the outcast and lonely, and talk about the Kingdom of God. Two thousand years later, strangers and friends are still welcome at Christ's table. Come to the table. Come hungry - for food, for friendship, for a place to experience and share God's love. Come, and be filled.
Experience Worship Anew
Scripture tells us that the first Christians "broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts" (Acts 2:46).
Join us as we re-discover a style of worship that dates back all the way to Jesus and the early church.
Together we will explore the ways the Holy Spirit can and will work in our midst as we break bread and eat together with glad and sincere hearts.
Life is Lived Out Around the Table
Together we can connect with our neighbors, dispel loneliness, learn from one another, and create a place where all are welcome.
Through shared stories and rich discussions, laughter and inspiration, we can and will experience the fullness of God.
2019: Connecting Food, Faith, and Farming
January 20: We are what we eat
Choosing healthy priorities for our lives.
February 17: What's not to love?
"Food is a gift of love..." - Norman Wirzba
March 17: Is your soil ready?
We thrive when we embrace diversity.
April 7 (1st Sunday): Getting our hands dirty
We are created to till and nurture the earth.
May 19: We are created to thrive
Seek the welfare of the land.
June 16: We are created to eat together
Discovering hospitality at the table.
July 21: We are invited to eat simply
Ordinary food can be made holy.
August 18: We are invited into God’s abundance
There is enough for everyone!
September 15: We are invited to share our food
Food as a commodity vs. food as a gift.
October 20: We are invited to rest
Even the land is invited to rest!
November 17: We are promised life and health
Imagine if all of creation were healthy.
December: No Brunch Church
We are grateful for the partnership with Life Around the Table as we learn to eat together faithfully.
For more information go to: http://lifearoundthetable.org/