Offered every Sunday after second worship service, the coffee hour at Grace Church has been named one of the best in the city by Washington City Paper. Several parishioners are known for pulling out all the stops to put on an elegant spread, while others provide simple fare that’s also wonderful. The true highlight of coffee hour each week is the time spent in fellowship with Grace members and visitors alike.
Coffee Hour Guidelines as we begin to socialize
The new Diocesan regulations on food at social gatherings are delaying the return of the after-church coffee hour. It will take us a couple of weeks to recruit volunteers and get organized. We anticipate beginning Coffee Hour on Sunday, June 6th. In the meantime, plan to stick around after to catch up with everyone anyway!
Serving drinks and food protocols
-Servers will be masked and gloved to handle drinks and food.
-No self-service of drinks or food will be allowed.
-Beverages are to be poured by a server and placed on the table for people to pick up.
-Food is to be plated by a server and placed on the table for people to pick up.
To volunteer for this important ministry, please contact Helen Buhr at email@example.com.
Grace Church has a special tradition designed to foster companionship and friendships through a series of potluck dinners in members’ homes.
Koinonia (coin-oh-nee’-ah) is the Greek word for fellowship. There’s nothing formal about the evenings together and no agenda-just a chance to get to know some of the people of Grace with good food and conversation.
Gatherings can be for dinner, brunch, a “cocktail hour,” or whatever format is most convenient for the group. Other venues besides members’ homes are fine too—including Grace Church itself, by prior arrangement.
To sign up, or for more information, contact coordinator Alecia Valdez Torres: firstname.lastname@example.org.