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Resuming Koinonia Dinner Groups

Koinonia Groups are 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 fellow parishioners over a meal. Gatherings can be for dinner, brunch, a “cocktail hour,” or whatever format is most convenient for the group. The host usually prepares the main dish while others bring appetizers, side dishes, and dessert. The groups include 8-10 people and rotate 2-3 times per year, giving parishioners the opportunity to get to know a different group.
Contact: Alecia Torres de Valdez,

Grace’s Table / Saturdays 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

We serve coffee, bag lunches, and water with socially distanced seating on our grounds. The whole Grace’s Table community is grateful to God, and to many volunteers, for making it possible to continue this vital ministry. Contact coordinator Beth Lee,, to volunteer.