On August 1 we are beginning a new way of worshiping together on the first Sunday of the month.

What is Church Around the Table (CATT) and why are we doing it?

Church Around the Table (CATT) is a way to worship and engage with one another in a smaller setting. By gathering around a table or on folding chairs in a circle in the backyard, CATT provides an opportunity to be church in a way that everyone is seen, creating an opportunity to deepen relationships and forge new ones. 

Instead of worshipping in our building, on the first Sunday of August, September, October, and November, we’ll gather with the same 10-12 folks, giving us a chance to study scripture, ask questions, share stories and learn with and from one another in new ways. Church is not a building; church is a body, made up of many seekers, each on a journey of faith.

CATT is a chance for us to experiment with alternative ways of living out the call of Christ to love our neighbors; to seek justice and kindness and humbly walk with God. Deepening our relationships with Christ and one another is one of our hopes for CATT. We hope CATT is one way for us to explore and deepen our individual walk of faith by intentionally growing with others.

“So we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another…” Romans 12:5

More information will follow.