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“What is God up to?” is the question I’m most often asked. “Have you heard of the dinner church movement?” is my most common answer. LEONARD SWEET, E. STANLEY JONES PROFESSOR OF EVANGELISM AT DREW UNIVERSITY   Dinner Church Collective grew out of a problem that Verlon and Melodee Foster were facing in Seattle. Their […]

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We want to reach people with the Jesus story who are far from God, maybe been hurt by churches in the past, or feel lost, broken or unworthy of anyone loving them.

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“What is God up to?” is the question I’m most often asked. “Have you heard of the dinner church movement?” is my most common answer. LEONARD SWEET, E. STANLEY JONES PROFESSOR OF EVANGELISM AT DREW UNIVERSITY   Dinner Church Collective grew out of a problem that Verlon and Melodee Foster were facing in Seattle. Their […]

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This pre-conference event will show you an expression of Church that is not only effective in reaching the “never-been-churched” but is also scalable and affordable for normal churches and denominations.

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When St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Hampton, VA decided to open their gym for kids and parents to have dinner followed by a time of shooting hoops, they didn’t dream that 1. the parents would hang around and 2. it would become a fresh expression of Church! But it did!

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“What is God up to?” is the question I’m most often asked. “Have you heard of the dinner church movement?” is my most common answer. LEONARD SWEET, E. STANLEY JONES PROFESSOR OF EVANGELISM AT DREW UNIVERSITY   Dinner Church Collective grew out of a problem that Verlon and Melodee Foster were facing in Seattle. Their […]

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Through Dinner Church, God is changing lives!

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One diocese is declining;  the other is flourishing with new life…

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This vision—a restoration of an ancient way of doing church that resonated with cosmopolitan Seattle—came at a time when we really needed it.

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It’s our hope that in Expresiones Divinas, marginalized and destitute persons will find a safe place closer to Jesus’ heart. 

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