Risen: An Easter Feast
The second half of our Easter weekend! After Friday night's gathering and its meditations on Good Friday, we'll meet Saturday to celebrate all that is Easter. Easter is by far the most important feast of the Christian faith, because it celebrates the most important event of the Christian faith: the resurrection. For Christians, Easter changes everything. It proves that God gets the final word, and that not even death can stand in the way. We'll share an Easter feast, and have a conversation about the ideas of resurrection, redemption, new creation, and grace. There will more than likely be eggs. And chocolate. And good, good times. If you can, we encourage you to attend both Cross and Risen on Friday and Saturday nights. FAQs What exactly is gastrochurch? Dinner, drinks, and spiritual conversation. Our topics are explored from a Christian worldview (hence the "church" in gastrochurch), but all worldviews are welcome. If you're interested in connecting with real people over things that really matter in your life, gastrochurch is for you. If you want more information, or a general sense of what the gatherings are like, check out www.gastrochurch.org. What if I have dietary contraints? That's perfectly fine. We can work with just about anything. After you register, just email email@example.com with your dietary constraint. Does this cost anything? If this is your first time, no. Dinner is on us. If you've come before, we just ask for a donation. Give whatever you can. You can add your donation in the "donation" line of the registration, find us on Venmo as gastrochurch htx, or give on our website: http://www.gastrochurch.org/give. Can I bring friends? Absolutely. Brings friends, neighbors, random people you meet on the train, and your second cousin you never talk to. Just make sure to register for the appropriate number of tickets so we know how many to prepare for. How long will it last? Our dinners last 2-2.5 hrs, depending on how much people talk. Part of the intention behind gastrochurch is to serve slow food, in every sense of the term. There aren't many times in our society when people spend two hours around the table anymore, and we think that's a shame. What should I bring to the gathering? You are welcome to bring a beverage to share. We'll have a variety of non-alcoholic drinks, as well as beer and wine, but feel free to bring your favorite beverage to share. How can I find out about future events? Sign up for our email list to get updates about upcoming gatherings. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Feel free to email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also text Meredith at 979-221-8509.
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