Sunday, November 18th from 6-8 p.m.
As a church determined to love our neighborhood, we put on Brooklyn Feasts several times a year that are free and open to anyone, inspired by the Matthew 22 parable. Each time our doors are open in this way, we get a beautiful picture of the reconciliation, joy, and hospitality of heaven.
Our highest needs include:
Inviting the neighborhood: Groups will canvas the areas near the church to invite all of our neighbors to come and share a meal. There will be groups distributing invitations on the 11th, 17th, and 18th. Spanish speakers particularly helpful!
Bringing food: We need people to cook turkeys* and make sides/desserts.
*The turkeys are purchased by the church, so all you need to do is pick it up and pop it in the oven. If you’ve never cooked a turkey before, that’s fine! It’s not as hard as it sounds and we’ll provide some basic instructions.
We also need people to help out in the following ways:
Setting up the space: We need help making the space welcoming and hospitable for all who walk through our doors. The commitment is just an hour or two before the feast kicks off.
Welcome and mingle: Make sure every person who comes is welcomed and connected to people. If you love to make new friends and facilitate conversations, this is the job for you!
Questions about the Brooklyn Feast or how to get involved in other Justice and Mercy events? Email Holly.