When used hand in hand, fasting and feasting serve to remind us always of the liminal space we inhabit.
This Lent, I have been humbled by the way Jesus serves a meal to his enemy as a model of the extent to which Jesus’ followers must love.
A return to the soil out of which we are made means that death is far from final. Soil composts that which has died in order to foster new life.
The deep brokenness of the world cries out from every corner of humanity’s relationship with food. But God is in the business of reconciliation.
In 2008 there was only one official Dinner Church: St. Lydia’s. Less than a decade later, there are many.