What is Dinner Church?
A holistic, neighbourhood based expression of church that dispels isolation, reconnects neighbours, and subverts the status quo, all around the dinner table.
Dinner Church includes ritual, food, community, worship, and prayer. It highlights some of the Anglican Tradition but does so in a new way that aims to be accessible to all. Anyone can attend (from those who are sceptical of church at all to those who attend a church every Sunday). All are welcome! Please email michaelgarner[at]gmail.com if you have any questions
Our Dates are set for Dinner Church 2019!
Invite a friend and join in this wonderful way of worshipping in community.
If you would like more info please email our student intern Michael Garner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Julian of Norwich Sanctuary ~ 6pm – 8pm (7 Rossland Avenue)
February 7th & 21st
March 7th & 21st
April 18th (part of the Maundy Thursday services in the Sanctuary)
May 2nd, 16th and 30th
June 6th & 20th
July 4th & 18th
Sign Up Sheets will be available on the evening for those who can assist with table set up, serving, and clean up.
For more information please contact Michael Garner at email@example.com
A little Background: The dinner church movement is a subgroup of the Christian food movement, which is a broader movement seeking to answer the questions:
- How can we re-imagine food systems in a way that more clearly reflects God’s reign?
- Where are the Christians working for a better food system, and how can I join them?
- Are there existing Christian food projects that I could replicate or adapt in my context?