Remember community dinners before COVID-19? Those days will return, and I’ll bet they’ll be even more successful and appreciated.
I saw this wonderful video from United Methodist Communications more than a year ago. A pastor in Toledo, Ohio, opened up his house to offer “LifeLine Toledo,” a big dinner ministry reaching people well beyond the traditional Sunday-morning congregation.
Watch the video:
Some people will never walk into a church building, but they might come to a house for dinner. I’ve often dreamed of having a house, maybe a parsonage that’s no longer needed, to share big meals.
What are your dreams for sharing expressions of God’s love through food? Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.