Supper Club


Who we are: An inviting group of adults supporting one other by sharing our faith and a meal in a home setting.

Coordinators: Coordinators will make sure that all members receive contact information for each other.  In the event that the host has questions or concerns (such as if the number of attendees signed up are more than they can accommodate) the coordinators will explore other options such as splitting up the group into two events. The coordinators will keep the member list up-to-date, recruit new members and keep a separate email list to invite all clergy members.

Members: Open to adults who are willing and able to host a group of people one month between September and June once every 1-2 years. New attendees are always welcome and do not need to commit to be a host until they become a member. Participants may co-host with other members and may use an alternate setting, such as a clubhouse to accommodate guests.  Members sign up to bring an appetizer, salad, side dish or dessert. Providing the recipe is encouraged but optional. In addition, members bring their individual beverage choices and/or wine/beer to share. If a member has a dietary restriction, such as a food allergy, he/she will communicate that information to the members when signing up to attend so that information can be communicated about what the individual can safely consume (not to expect people to alter their recipes).

Hosts: In September, members will sign up for a month. Dinners will be held the 2nd or 3rd Saturday after the 5 p.m. Mass (approximately 6:30 arrival and 7:00 dinner). The host chooses the food theme and receives email responses from members of what they are bringing no later than one week before the event. The host will provide the space for the gathering, place settings, soft drinks, tea/coffee, (some wine/beer optional) and a main dish. The host coordinates the meal and may request that changes be made if too many of one dish is being offered. Name tags will be provided for members. The statue of Martha, patron saint of hospitality, as well as a prayer journal for participants to write prayer requests, will travel from house to house where the dinner takes place.  

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