The 2020 Sunday Suppers Season has come to an end. It has been an extraordinary year in more ways than one, we have been filled with love, gratitude, and so many open conversations to attempt to understand each other. To the almost 70 women that registered and attended a Sunday Supper, thank you so much for being a part of our tribe. We are looking forward to launching the 2021 Sunday Supper Schedule.
What is Sunday Supper? Each month there is an area of focus for us to work through and walk through together. In a safe place, we break bread with one another, chat about things going on in our lives, such as race, LGBTQ, adoption, infant loss, and women in ministry. Friends, we have a long way to go and this is one way we can help each other through this crazy thing we call life.
What women are saying about Sunday Suppers…Let’s Talk About Race Sunday Supper, “Sunday Supper was an amazing experience of God’s love as we discussed racism in America. I, as a black woman, felt heard and respected.” “I loved the opportunity to be involved in Sunday Supper because it was a safe place to have hard conversations by working through uncomfortable questions about racial injustice systemic racism, inherent biases, white fragility, and privilege.” And, the LGBTQIA+ Sunday Supper “Thank you so much for having this – I came out of there with so much more knowledge and so invigorated! That group was fantastic! So loving.” National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Sunday Supper, “Thank you for being willing to engage in this discussion. We have so far to go in breaking the stigma and helping women feel like they can break their silence.”