Nashville Food Bloggers invite you to Dinner and a Movie to Fight Hunger: A screening of “A Place at the Table” and Food Advocacy Fair hosted by Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, The Tennessean and Delvin Farms at 6 p.m. in the Downtown Presbyterian Church chapel.
“A Place at the Table,” a documentary film by the people who brought us “Food, Inc.,” follows three families struggling with food insecurity to show how hunger poses serious economic, social and cultural implications.
Everyone - if you can be here you are invited to our breakfast with our homeless brothers and sisters at 9:00 on Easter Sunday morning. Seriously, everyone is invited. Please come and help break down some barriers. There will be an Easter Egg hunt in the midst of it all. Our Easter Sunday service will begin at 11:00. May the blessings of Easter be with you!
Beloved - as we move through Holy Week to the joy of Easter, please join me in prayer that our ministries will be living and vital this week. May our Tuesday Bible Study be marked by clear and humble thought. May our Taize Tuesday Service be a time of meaningful reflection. May our Wednesday Lunch ministry be marked by peace among those whom we serve. May our Good Friday Cottage Dinners be filled not just with food to nourish our bodies but food to nourish our spirits as well. May our congregational/homeless breakfast be a time of genuine fellowship, where barr
The holy season of Lent begins on Wednesday, February 13th. We will celebrate the start of Lent with a Lenten supper of red beans and rice at 6:00 in the fellowship hall. At 7:00 we will gather in the chapel for our annual Ash Wednesday service which will include communion and the imposition of ashes. If you are unfamiliar with this type of service my best advice is to simply come and see for yourself. I believe you will find yourself strangly moved. Ken. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lent is usually a time of fasting and deprivation. This is not so much so that we can identify with Jesus' suffering - let's face it, giving up chocolate is not the same as death on a cross - but so that we can be more often reminded of what Jesus did for us. Every time we don't smoke that cigarrette or eat that chocolate we remember that Jesus lived and died and was raised again for us.
A couple of updates on what we're up to this week & diary reminders from the Worship & Arts committee as the liturgical season of Advent & Christmas fast approaches:
The "Works From Home" Show is now hanging in the Fellowship Hall. Many thanks to all who have donated pieces for the exhibition. The pieces will be labelled by the time the doors open for Waffle Shop. We hope you enjoy exploring each other's contributions. As always, it's a very interesting & eclectic mix.
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