Friday, July 29, 2016

What is NOSH?

You might be wondering what this “NOSH”-thing is all about. We’ll, I’ll tell you. When Jesus and his disciples celebrated the Last Supper, most of them weren’t aware that it was the last supper—it was just a supper. It was very likely to have been another in a long line of communal meals, time for the inner circle to unwind, debrief, pray, and enjoy one another. When Jesus said, “Take and eat, do this in remembrance of me,” it’s very possible that he meant, “Whenever you eat together, remember me.” That is, whenever you share a meal—Sunday or not, in church or not—remember Jesus and what he said and did. Thus, our weekly worship at the Edge is embedded within our weekly dinner. We will read and discuss scripture, pray, sing, and share the Body and Blood of Christ, all while enjoying one another’s company and home-made food.

More info for food-prep volunteers here.


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August 21Rule of Life 1: Who We Are 
August 28Rule of Life 2: What We Value 
September 4Rule of Life 3: The Order of Our Common Life 
September 11Rule of Life 4: How We Maintain the Order 
September 18Liturgy 1: Candles, Silence, Prayer, Reading 
September 25Liturgy 2: Song 
October 2Liturgy 3: Storytelling, Conversation, Open Space 
October 9Liturgy 4: Announcements, Communion 
October 16Liturgy 5: Prayers, Blessing, Peace 
October 23Rule of Life 1: Who We Are