Hungry for Real Connections and deeper relationships; Hungry for a family that demonstrates love; Hungry to talk about and listen to the things that really matter; Hungry for meaningful and effective actions that change lives and improve our communities. Hungry for a feast of good food shared around a common table, for which we give thanks to God. These five hungers drive this gathering. The table is always open and an empty space is ready for you. Following the example of the first century church described in the New Testament book of Acts: Dinner Church is worship; prayer; a meal; a time of relationship-building and meeting new friends; a liturgy of the Eucharist; a place to be heard and seen; an extended family on mission, discovering a calling to serve our neighbors and neighborhoods; faith formation for kids and adults; a church without walls that does not discriminate or exclude anyone---and especially welcomes those who have been judged, hurt, or excluded by churches. We are open to people of every race, sexual orientation, economic level We welcome your faith questions and doubts. We welcome your personal gifts and your disabilities.
What is Dinner Church?
Jesus ate with people. And then he died. And then he was raised. And then he became bread to eat. We gather like the first Christians to remember Jesus and experience God's presence. We eat a simple meal. We hear God's Word. We strive to end hunger. We share Communion. We pray together. We welcome guests, newcomers, and friends. We hear stories. We practice listening and reflecting. Because our stories matter! If church is new to you, come and see. children and adults are welcome. Bring something to share at the table.