FEAST – A table of food, story and nourishment!

On the first Sunday of the month from 6pm, we gather together for dinner, and bring food and stories to share around a simple Communion.

Each month a special guest or member of the community is invited to share an aspect of their story, or a theme is chosen to discuss.

A family friendly and inclusive space where everyone is welcomed to the table for stories, conversation and a shared communion.

We gather in the foyer of Adamstown Uniting Church and eat together at one long table. We set the table at 6pm and finish around 7.15pm.

Please bring a simple plate of food to contribute to the shared meal.

 

September Feast – Fathers Day

September Feast – Fathers Day

Sunday 3 September 2017
6pm in the Church foyer

FEAST is a shared meal around a big table – for stories, conversation and a shared Communion. September’s Feast is on Father’s Day. We will talk about fathers – absent and present. Please bring a simple plate of food to share.

/// Past Feast Events

July Feast – What I love about Winter!

July Feast – What I love about Winter!

Sunday 2 July 2017 6pm in the Church foyer FEAST is a shared meal around a big table – for stories, conversation and a shared Communion. For July’s Feast we will talk about what we love about Winter. What does this season mean to you? Please bring a simple plate of food to share.  

June Feast – with special guest Singer/songwriter Trish Watts

June Feast – with special guest Singer/songwriter Trish Watts

Sunday 4 June 2017 6pm in the Church foyer Singer/songwriter Trish Watts will be our special guest for June FEAST. Trish has been working for the last two years in Cambodia, reigniting the joyful experience of singing in community in a country traumatised by war. She was worked in a variety of local settings

May Feast – Finding deep stillness

May Feast – Finding deep stillness

Sunday 7 May 2017 6pm in the Church foyer FEAST is a shared meal around a big table – for stories, conversation and a shared Communion. Please bring a simple plate of food to share, and a story or short reflection on ‘Finding Deep Stillness: How do we find time to slow down, escape or renew our hopes?’

April Feast – Aboriginal Art and Story

April Feast – Aboriginal Art and Story

Sunday 2 April 2017 6pm in the Church foyer Rex Granites Japanangka, Ida Granites Nangala and Steve Bevis will be this evening’s special guests. Rex and Ida’s artworks will be on exhibition at Adamstown Uniting Church from Saturday 1 April.

March Feast – Art, healing & wellbeing with Katishe Grudnoff

March Feast – Art, healing & wellbeing with Katishe Grudnoff

Sunday 5 March 2017 6pm in the Church foyer Katishe Grudnoff is an art therapist who is passionate about using art as a tool for expression and communication. Katishe will speak about the process of becoming a registered art therapist, what the life of an art therapist looks like

February Feast – Girl Gone Wild

February Feast – Girl Gone Wild

Sunday 5 February 2017 6pm in the Dungeon There are almost 9 million different species of plants and animals on our planet –unfathomably diverse, weird and beautiful! Often our faith journey focuses entirely on one species – humans. It has never been harder for plants and animals to share this planet with us; many are facing extinction. 

December 2016 Feast

December 2016 Feast

Sunday 4 December 2016 6pm in the Church foyer FEAST is a shared meal around a big table – for stories, conversation and a shared Communion. A family friendly and relaxed environment. Please bring a simple plate of food to share.

November 2016 Feast

November 2016 Feast

Sunday 6 November 2016 6pm in the Church foyer Our guest for tonight’s Feats is Mark Stevenage from West Wallsend Mosque. Mark has been a gentle spokesperson for the Mosque at a number of public events in recent years. He has an Anglo-Indian heritage and brings a cross cultural understanding of tolerance and religious diversity. Mark will share…

October 2016 Feast

October 2016 Feast

Sunday 2 October 2016 6pm in the Church foyer FEAST is a shared meal around a big table – for stories, conversation and a shared Communion. Just bring something simple to put on the table. It is a family friendly environment.

September 2016 Feast

September 2016 Feast

Sunday 4 September 2016 6pm in the Church foyer Musician and guitar maker Strato Anagnostosis will be sharing his passion for making beautiful things this Sunday 4th September at 6pm. Please bring food to share.

August 2016 Feast

August 2016 Feast

Sunday 7 August 2016 6pm in the Church foyer Dr Miriam Williams will be our guest at tonight’s Feast. Miriam is a passionate advocate for issues around food and justice and lectures in this area at the University of Newcastle. She is one of the founders of The Commons which has recently set up a dried goods…

July 2016 Feast

July 2016 Feast

Sunday 3 July 2016 6pm in the Church foyer Tonight we will talk about sustainability and have a swap meet of goods. Bring a plate to share and any goods you would like to swap.

June 2016 Feast

June 2016 Feast

Sunday 5 June 2016 6pm in the Church foyer Tonight’s Feast guests Heather Price and Alison Davies, will be sharing the story of the ‘I am Loved’ kids music CD and their trip to the UK Messy Church Conference and Windsor castle! Please bring food to share!

May 2016 Feast

May 2016 Feast

Sunday 1 May 2016 6pm in the Church foyer At tonight’s feast we are going to share stories where we have surprised ourselves, through new experiences, hobbies or challenges we found out we had more creativity, or courage, or resilience – we are always more than we know! Come to share or be inspired! Bring some simple…

April 2016 Feast

April 2016 Feast

Sunday 3 April 2016 6pm in the Church foyer Tonight’s guest will be ceramic artist Sue Stewart who will talk about her practice of making things. We set the table at 6pm, bring food to share, pray and listen to life giving stories. Sue’s work demonstrates an amazing capacity for invention and precision. http://ceramicartist.com.au/

– Our church meets on the traditional lands of the Awabakal people, and we pay our respect to elders both past and present –

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