If you read the title of this article, I imagine you were expecting a different interrogative pronoun. The question normally asked is, “What’s for Dinner?” But this Thanksgiving, I’d challenge you to ask “Who’s for Dinner?” as in “Who might I be able to invite for dinner?”
Church is not a place, but a community of people. Church is not just about worship or Sunday School or meetings. Church is the people with whom we are called to “do life” together.
In recent years, I’ve become aware of three Trinity folks who invite others to their home for holiday meals. Some of our members don’t have family close by for a variety of reasons. But church is family so what a perfect time to come together for a holiday meal.
This year’s stewardship theme “Setting the Table for Trinity” reminded us that Jesus’ mission of “seeking and saving the lost” was accomplished through table fellowship. Around the table is the place where we connect and grow closer to God and one another. There is something sacred about table fellowship.
If you would like to invite someone for dinner this Thanksgiving and are unsure who to ask, speak to Pastor Tracey. She can provide some recommendations. If you are a member without family and would like to join your Trinity family for Thanksgiving dinner, let Pastor Tracey know. What a blessing it is for us to gather around the table with one another.
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