Table Setters are doing critically important yet hard work seeking to foster integration by bringing together peoples from different cultures and ethnicities to that common, universal experience of eating together at the table. Integration is, humanly speaking, hard because it creates personal anxieties, power struggles, losses, and calls forth spiritual disciplines such as surrender, openness, and trust. At the same time, it invites wonderful gains, such as joy, peace, freedom, love, laughter, understanding, and most especially belonging or community. Those of us affiliated the with PSGP pray God’s blessings upon The Table Setters and encourage them as well as our represented communities to invite their leadership and modeling of The Kingdom of God. – The Pastor as Spiritual Guide
Detroit area Table Setters, come on out if you can on Sunday, March 19. Click here for more info.
Official “The Table Setters” T-Shirts are here.
Click HERE to go to the order page.
We have been granted non-profit status!
We need $50,000 to support our full launch and create opportunities for schools and churches who otherwise would not be able to afford our visit, workshops, and consulting. We are also poised to write two books that we feel are critically important for just this time, just this place.
If you would like to send a check directly to “The Table Setters,” mail it to the address you see below:
The Table Setters
c/o Dan Selock
70 Sandy Point
Goreville, IL 62939
Last November, Marvin and Matthew discussed why #TheTableSetters matters for such a time as this, for such a people as us. Click call now to arrange a presentation or workshop around your tables, and click here to donate towards our full launch: https://www.gofundme.com/thetablesetters