Sacred Meal Dinner Group
In large cities one can feel like a tiny cog in a very large machine. Shuffled down crowded city streets, elbowed on subway train cars and stuffed into elevators, many of us feel nameless and unseen for much of our day. Enter our new Sacred Meal Dinner Group! A small, monthly gathering of folks over a warm meal that they cook together. We gather to share what we call a “sacred meal”, a worship service that takes place around an actual dinner table in the parish fellowship hall. The meal is patterned after those shared by Christians in the first few centuries of the church, which evolved into our current day “Holy Communion” celebrations with participants sharing the bread and the cup. Everyone is known by name (everyone gets a name tag) and folks there for the first time are invited to jump right in and chop vegetables, or set out silverware, or place settings. Join us to share a meal, tell your story and weave it into our story, work together, eat together, and uncover a new way to explore God and each other! This group meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday in the Undercroft at 6:30pm. For more information visit our Master Calendar, or contact us!