different from "regular" church
March 5, 19, 26 @ 4 pm
Every Sunday we sit down together to a shared meal with great music, fun conversations, and stories that invite us all to fully belong wherever we are on our faith journey. Come have dinner with us. Invite the friend who could use the encouragement and care. We have activities for children and a table for teens to gather too! Check out details for special Sundays below.
Henri Matisse & the Colors of Lent Devotional online
February 19-April 9
We have a digital version of our Lenten devotional available with weekly readings up through Easter. It shares part of Matisse's faith story and how that intersected with his art. It's a beautiful resource with links to Matisse's art!
The Science of Listening Workshop
during Community Dinner
March 19 | 4 pm
Tonight at Community Dinner Jazzalyn Livingston and Kevin McIntosh from The One America Movement will lead us in a workshop to understand toxic polarization better and learn the science behind listening well to learn and understand. Jazzalyn formerly served as the National Program Director for the NAACP and Kevin formerly was theKevin served as the coordinator of Campus Interfaith Resources at Grand Valley State University.
The last Sunday of each month, we organize a grocery event to share needed food items for our friends and neighbors. If you or someone you know is struggling with food insecurity and could use the help, let us know. And plan to join us for dinner at 4p on the 26th.
Easter Picnic Celebration &
Mystery Egg Hunt
April 9 | 5-6:30 pm
Eugene Fields Elementary Annex & Global Gardens
2232 S. Nogales Ave.
(between SW Blvd and River West area off of 23rd St.)
Join us for a different kind of Easter celebration today with great music, good food and a reminder that a lot can happen in three days! Free dinner and the kids will enjoy an interactive Easter egg hunt to wrap up the fun.