Everyday people who enjoy coming together over delicious meals with other members of the community to discover what it means to follow Jesus. The Table includes Christians with a variety of perspectives on theological and social concerns, as well as people who are still with wrestling with matters of doubt and faith.
Do I need to make a reservation?
No. Reservations are not required. There is always room for you at The Table. You can assist us in knowing how much food to prepare by going to our Facebook page, selecting your desired Table, and click on “attend.”
How much does it cost?
It’s free! Because you are a guest at our table, we will not pressure you for money. However, if you choose to donate to the Table, you can do so in person at any of the Tables or you can donate online via your online banking or PayPal account by clicking HERE.
What kind of food to you serve?
Our meals vary depending on the Table you choose to attend. The Saturday Table is a dinner meal – generally something scalable that will include items for vegetarians. The Family Waffle Table enjoys fresh-made Belgium waffles each time we meet and the Sunday Brunch Table features the variety of items you would expect at a brunch.
What if I have dietary restrictions?
We do are best to provide alternatives for vegetarians and those with dietary restrictions but as you an imagine, it would be impossible for us to plan for everyone’s individual needs. Please feel free to bring along food that works for your specific needs!
What if I have kids?
We actually want our families to be together at The Table! Parents are encouraged to have their children pull up a chair next to them at any of our Tables. If you are looking for a unique place where families with young children can come and worship together in an environment geared especially for them, then the Family Waffle Table is for you.
What can I expect at a Table?
You can expect to participate in a shared meal, a time of worship that includes a variety of different expressions, engagement with Scripture through dialogue and the celebration of Holy Communion. You can expect the Table to last between 75-90 minutes and to have anywhere from 15-30 people gathered round the table.
Is the Table part of a denomination?
Yes. We are member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (www.epc.org), a 501c3 non-profit organization of about 450 churches nation wide. But don’t worry, we welcome people from all kinds of faith backgrounds and those with no faith background at all!