Jun 16, 2021There is space for conversation ‘At the Table’ why not come and join us?

There is space for conversation ‘At the Table’ why not come and join us?

Kim Snodgrass One-minute read.   Resources

Connect or reconnect as a family, neighbor, or congregation around a table – be it kitchen, coffee, or picnic!

Conversations At the Table can be enjoyed over the course of five sessions tailored to suit your needs. Gather as a household, neighbors, and friends, or a congregation – once a week, month, or use the sessions to form a retreat. This program requires little in terms of time, skill and resources, but embraces focused conversation and creates a way for everyone to learn, share, and grow. The best parts are –

  • It’s easily adaptable
  • works with all ages
  • flexible within a 60-90 minute timeframe
  • is uncomplicated to organize, and
  • help is a phone call away!

Initially, At the Table requires an organizer(s) to read through the user-friendly material provided and make basic decisions regarding who, what, when, where, and how the program will be offered.

The Episcopal Churches of West Missouri support spiritual growth throughout our lives, from the youngest child to the oldest adult. At the Table is a community-building resource that is adaptable to all ages and is being offered at no cost. If needed, Individual households who register will also be mailed the minimal supplies needed for each session. All program resources will be available on or before July 1.

Sign up now, through October 1, to receive At the Table as a household or on behalf of your congregation or small group to encourage community and fellowship through conversation, story-telling, sacred space, and activities.

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

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