Major new developments and changes in the world of dinner churches, some just announced.
How might a church that focuses on serving local food and connecting people with the earth also use dinner worship to have conversations about hunger and issues of food access?
A free retreat (sponsored by Duke Divinity’s Foundations of Christian Leadership) is offered for farm- and dinner-church planters, food ministry leaders, and others at the intersection of food and faith.
The Rev. Bud Tillinghast has released a global map of dinner churches. We added a page to the site to showcase it, and it’s also embedded below. In October 2015, Rev. Tillinghast created the Facebook group called Dinner Church Movement. Two months later he posted the following update: This way of being church together is in […]
In 2008 there was only one official Dinner Church: St. Lydia’s. Less than a decade later, there are many.