A SEAT AT THE TABLE
In 2015 we launched a program called face to face to facilitate conversations between community members from different spectrums.
In 2016, we converted to use A seat at the table program which was created by the Faith & Culture Center.
A Seat at the Table (ASATT) brings together people of different backgrounds for a conversation over a shared meal, and are typically hosted in people’s homes.
We take care of the catering and provide a facilitator. Our ASATT dinners are not meant to be an educational experience only, but, rather, a personal one – with those around the table sharing their stories and asking questions, helping to break boundaries and form relationships. In this way, we get to know and better understand one another and the things that we care about and care for.