Open Table @ Covenant - Wednesday Nights
Join us for an evening of food, faith and fellowship.
Dinner includes hot entree, side, full salad bar, drink and dessert served from 5 p.m-6:30 p.m. Adults, $7; Kids, $5; household maximum: $25.
You can make standing or one-time reservations here or contact Michelle Williamson to let us know you'll be coming and if you will need child care/children's programs.
Dinner Menu for March 1: Meat Loaf & Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Veggies, Rolls, Cobbler & Ice Cream
Sign Up for our Weekly Meal Menu Email (sent on Thursday afternoon of the preceding week)
Worship Team CDs will be available for purchase ($10) to benefit Highland and Renguti Schools.
2017 Classes & Progams
Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., March 8 - April 5
Heeding the Call to Neighborliness: The future of affordable housing
Hear from nonprofit leaders, advocates and experts in the field. We’ll also hear personal stories from people who have struggled to get by. We’ll meet in the Fellowship Hall (main).
- March 8 - The Unavoidable Burden for our Neighbors
- March 15 - The Underbelly of Development and Growth
- March 22 - The Difference a Home Makes
- March 29 - And Who is My Neighbor?
- April 5 - Heeding the Call to Neighborliness
Suggested Reading to support the series:
Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by JD Vance
Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond
Forging Your Own Path: A health and wellness series
Be proactive about how you want to live in your later years. It’s not as depressing as you might think. We’ll meet upstairs in the Fellowship Hall in Room 207.
- March 8 - We’ll watch the 55-minute film “Being Mortal” based on the book by Atul Gawande, a Boston surgeon and writer for The New Yorker.
- March 15 - Tanise Love and Bobbie Meisenheimer will share their stories on organ donation and heart transplants.
- March 22 - Ken Garfield, former Observer religion editor, will speak on “Always Leave Them Laughing: How to Write Your Own Obituary.”
- March 29 - Dr. Randy Schisler and Mary Ann Miller will speak on informing our loved ones about our health wishes.
- April 5 - Attorney Kim Gossage will share expertise in legal matters surrounding healthcare and end of life decisions.
Children / Youth Wednesday Classes
Middle School: Guys Group, EW 318; Girls Group, EW 312
High School: Film & Theology Discussion Group, EW Theater
Young Scholars, a class for 1st through 5th graders, is 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in EW 218. Childcare for infants to K is available from 5:30 to 8 p.m.