Inspired by the example of the extended family, we gather together for weekly dinners in larger-sized groups, typically consisting of four or more family units, whatever that family unit looks like. Each group has a vibe and feel all its own, but all have a desire to create deep bonds of commitment and community, modelling spiritual life for our kids in our neighbourhoods. We make meals together. We share food. We help each other with the dishes. We open our homes for hospitality. And we come as we are: in all our imperfections, with our dirty kitchens, and without pretension. For more information on starting or joining a dinner shuffle, contact pastor Julie.