Isaiah's Table: Grace, Hope, Food for All

 is a faith community that meets each Saturday morning for breakfast at 9:30 and worship at 10:00. It also meets each Wednesday evening at 6:30 for Spiritual Nurture including Bible study, DVD topical studies and special worship services. Check the events calendar to see what is going on each week.

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Hope to see you at Isaiah's Table where all are welcome

Spring is here!

Even though there is snow on the ground on April 15th, it’s still Spring and new things are happening at Isaiah’s Table.

First, Carol Howard Merritt interviewed our Coordinator, Nancy Wind, for her article about church buildings in Christian Century. You can read that article here.

Holy Week will be honored on Saturday, April 19th with a special worship service, Journey Through Holy Week. We will be celebrating the resurrection on Saturday, April 26th in worship and after worship during a neighborhood Earth Day Clean-up followed by lunch.

Wednesday evening spiritual nurture during Lent (and continuing a few weeks beyond) has been a great DVD study- Animate Bible, featuring leading progressive Christian voices focusing on particular topics.

Plans are brewing for a new growing season. New garden beds will be added and the partnership with Vanderkamp and Matthew 25 Farm will be strengthened.

God is continuing to do new things through the community of Isaiah’s Table: Grace, Hope, Food for All!

Jerry’s Thoughts for March (and a poem by Carola)

All Connected (written by Carola Shave) We are all connected, sharing the same sun and the same world. not separate at all, We are a part of the web of life.  Jesus is at the center. He made right what went wrong, and is gathering the wandering sheep. He broke down the barriers that divided. […]


Lent at Isaiah’s Table

Lent is the season before Easter, beginning on Ash Wednesday (this year March 5, 2014) and ending with the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection on Easter Sunday (April 20, 2014). Here’s some ways the Isaiah’s Table community is recognizing this special time in the Christian year: Ash Wednesday Worship Service- Wednesday, March 5th at 6:30 pm […]


Some Jerry Wisdom for February

Let Go: Let God           Christianity is a matter of letting go. Christianity is more about surrender than believing.  It is more daily doing than once done.             I’ve done a gradual 180 on this belief.  I started out believing that believing in Jesus was what turned […]


Jerry’s January Thoughts 1/22

Overcoming Evil  “if your enemies are hungry, feed them; if they are thirsty, give them something to drink; for by doing this you will heap burning coals on their heads.’ Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” – Romans 12:20-21 This verse seems contradictory. Heaping coals of fire on someone seems […]


Jerry’s Blog- Early January 2014

“Frail children of dust           I woke up this morning with these words singing in my head. I had to google them later to learn that they are the fourth verse of the hymn, O Worship the King by Sir Robert Grant.  Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, In […]


A Christmas Message from Scrooge… Oooops, I Meant Jerry

Christmas Lights Carola says I am a Christmas Scrooge. She has always had to nag me to put up even our few outside lights. This year I am trying to do better. For one thing, Keith lives with us now and he has decorated with outside lights, like it has never been before, and two […]


Thoughts on Community, by Elder Liz Buonocore

As a 3rd generation Presbyterian, I have often taken my faith community for granted.  I have always known that my church friends and acquaintances would be there for me during life’s daily struggles and they would be my safety net or Hallelujah chorus during life’s extreme challenges and joys. One of the things I think […]


In Memoriam- Jerry’s Thoughts on our Friend Bob

In Memoriam Robert “Bob” Utter Born 1949 died 11.21.13              We don’t know much about Bob except that he was one of us and he loved Jesus.  Today at Table, as a part of our regular worship, we remembered him in “witness to the resurrection”.  Jesus knows him and knows […]


Some News from Nancy- Blessings from Being One of the 1,001 New Worshiping Communities in the PCUSA

There are many things to share with you, and I hope to have a newsletter done before too long that will give some more news, but I did want to give some good news that’s been happening through Isaiah’s Table’s connection to the 1,001 New Worshiping Communities movement of the Presbyterian Church USA. 1. Our […]