This Lent we sit together at the table.
During this unique season in which all of our worship, fellowship, learning, communications, and caring for one another has been primarily virtual, we have realized how vital the sacrament of communion has been for each of us during this time. While communion looks very different in the virtual world, we recognize that we have had to reimagine what it means to be in communion with one another, who we are inviting to the table, and how we can make these meals happen. This is why we believe now is the time to tell each other our stories about what our past and present meals with God and one another have meant to us.
Throughout the season of Lent this year, in our services, programs, devotionals, and events, we are exploring the meaning of meals, food, and the sacraments as we ponder: When Jesus Came to Dinner.
We invite you to journey with us this Lenten season – choose a couple programs to participate in, join us for some of our services and midweek prayer and music, and be sure to read our Lenten devotional you will read about our community’s reflections on sacred meals in our lives, and turn to Scripture to see how God directs us.
We hope you will join us as we sit down together for a meal with Jesus.