Meeting Jesus at the Table: A Lenten Study

Sundays at 12:15pm Onsite


Wednesdays at 6:33pm Online


We will be offering two opportunities each week to participate in this year's Lenten Book Study. On Sundays at 12:15 we will meet onsite in the Fellowship Hall and share a meal while we discuss the book. A vegetarian meal of soup, salad, bread, and dessert will be provided. On Wednesdays at 6:33pm we will meet via Zoom to allow people who live out of town to take part.

Whether multiplying bread to feed a whole crowd, relaxing with his inner circle, or telling curious elites stories about even greater banquets, Jesus imparts wisdom as he shares the wine and grants forgiveness as he distributes the fish. This eight-chapter resource provides biblical insights along with thought-provoking queries regarding our own time, such as whom should we invite to Sunday dinner and who is left out and left behind in our culture today.

"Like a great meal, Meeting Jesus at the Table is deep nourishment. Weaving art, scripture, reflections, questions for discussion and a guide for leaders, this Lenten study is a gift to individuals, devotional groups, and congregations alike. We all hunger. We all eat. Campbell, Fohr, and Burns beautifully remind us that Jesus meets us in the sacred ordinary acts of breaking bread together. In a world of power struggle and food insecurity, we remember and celebrate that at God's table all are welcome and there is always enough." –Ellie Roscher, author of The Embodied Path and 12 Tiny Things


We will discuss:

Chapters 1 & 2



We will discuss:

Chapters 3 & 4



We will discuss:

Chapter 5



We will discuss:

Chapter 6



We will discuss:

Chapter 7



We will discuss:

Chapter 8