Rescheduled Date to be announced
Dining in the Kingdom of God gatherings are open to all wishing to nurture a deeper understanding of the Kingdom of God and a more profound love for Jesus in the mystery of his love, the Eucharist.
We begin with Fr. George providing a teaching, continuing with small group sharing, followed by two team members sharing a short story of their own personal faith journey, and end with the celebration of Eucharist in the chapel.
Each of our gatherings will be from 7 pm to 8:30 pm, everything is provided free of charge, there is no homework and no long-term commitment required.
Come to one session or as many as you wish. Prior attendance is not necessary. Please join us for a time of prayer, reflection, fellowship and Eucharistic celebration as together we delve more deeply into the Eucharistic meals found in the Gospel of Luke. Meals permeate the entire fabric of Christian life. Little wonder Luke saw the Last Supper as announcing the Kingdom of God. Little wonder he saw every other meal with Jesus as part of the origins of the Eucharist and as revealing its implications for the life of the Church.
Hope you can join us – all are welcome!!
Save these dates:
Jan 20 Dining in the Kingdom of God – Fr. George
Feb 17 Banquet at the House of Levi -The call to Repentance
Mar 16 Dinner at the house of Simon the Pharisee – The call to Reconciliation
Apr 20 Breaking of the Bread at Bethsaida – The call to Mission
May 11 Hospitality at the Home of Martha – The call to Discipleship & Service
Jun 15 Noon meal at the Home of a Pharisee – The call to inner Purification
Jul 20 Sabbath dinner at the home of a Pharisee – The call to right Attitudes and Relationships
Aug 17 Hospitality at the house of Zacchaeus – The call to Salvation
Sep 21 The last Supper – The call to share in the Paschal Mystery
Oct 19 The breaking of the Bread at Emmaus – The call to recognizing the Risen Lord in the breaking of the Bread
Nov 16 With the community in Jerusalem – The call to bring the Gospel to all Nations.
Dec 7 Wrap up with Fr. George