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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

Come Celebrate Easter Newness at Isaiah’s Table!

Saturday April 11th is the first Saturday worship of the 2015 Easter season here at Isaiah’s Table. Since we are Saturday worshipers we spend the worship on the day before Easter remembering the events of Jesus’ betrayal and death in anticipation of celebrating the joy of the resurrection the following week.

This year, we will celebrate during worship and afterwards with a Leadership meeting where the great news of new things that God is doing through Isaiah’s Table will be shared with the congregation. Many new initiatives have come out of our winter discernment process. Everyone will hear more about these new things and ways to get involved with the ministry at Isaiah’s Table. After the meeting we will share in a pot-luck luncheon.

If you are interested in reading the final report from the discernment process, please click Final Report Discernment 2015.

The Season of Lent at Isaiah’s Table and Some Other News

The season of Lent began with an Ash Wednesday Worship service where contemplation and spiritual practices were the focus. Fittingly, our Spiritual Nurture during Lent is “Animate: Practices” featuring leading voices from the Christian faith in a video, followed by engaging discussion. The topics and Christian thought leaders are: Prayer- Brian McLaren, Food- Sara Miles, Worship- […]

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A Few Stories about Isaiah’s Table Happenings from Jerry

Discerning Jesus              We are “discerning” after worship at Isaiah’s Table. After that we eat and I can go home. I am not a fan of “discerning”, but I am committed to four more weeks. Let me tell you about today’s discerning about Jesus. Bob, our small group leader is […]

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Advent/Christmas/Epiphany at Isaiah’s Table

Advent has truly felt like the beginning of a new year at Isaiah’s Table. A stronger sense of community is a large part of this feeling of newness. Attendance is up both on Saturday mornings (with most people coming for BOTH breakfast and worship) and for Spiritual Nurture on Wednesday evenings. Relationships are growing amongst […]

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Jerry’s Fall Musings

National Security?             Have you noticed the prevalence of FEAR and VIOLENCE in the media and in the world? I am not prone to fear and anxiety, but I can’t help but feeling “fear” as I listen to the arguments for why we have to battle ISIS. ISIS seems terrible and it is just the […]

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A Few Scenes from a Busy Saturday at Isaiah’s Table

The harvest from Matthew 25 Farm has been bountiful! We are so grateful for their generous donations for our fresh produce distribution ministry. We add greens, beans and assorted veggies from our own gardens plus occasional harvests from Vanderkamp for a generous supply of fresh and healthy food for the neighborhood. Here are some photos […]

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Late Summer 2014 Table Talk Newsletter

Check out the latest edition of Table Talk, the Isaiah’s Table Newsletter, to see some the of ways God is working through this Faith Community the past several months. Click here to view: Late Summer 2014 Here are a few pictures from the summer so far, from Pentecost and chicken coop cleaning at Vanderkamp!  

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Jerry’s Latest Thoughts – Early August

An Ultimate Optimist              Some people consider me a “gloom and doom” guy, a pessimist who feeds on a negative outlook.  That’s not me, honest. I admit to having slight hope that the clock on global warming can be reversed with all the attendant catastrophes that are beginning to appear.  […]

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Some thoughts from Jerry in June

One Big Circle              I no longer think in terms of who’s a Christian and who’s not.  I no longer worry about who’s in and who’s out.  Are you saved? That’s not a question I ask.  The Spirit’s at work I am sure. Maybe, there is no boundary line that […]

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Some Thoughts from Jerry

Here are a few posts from our resident volunteer theologian, the Honorably Retired Rev. Jerry Shave: Writing the Truth            Good writing is about telling the truth.  We are a species that needs and wants to understand who we are.”  Anne Lamont             I share that need to […]

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