You can start one, too. No excuses.


Who says Bluff City can’t do fancy?



Lindsey was reading Jen Hatmaker‘s book For the Love¬†a while back (I read it too and recommend it) and came across the idea of a supper club. I don’t think that’s anything new, especially after watching a few seasons of Downton Abbey.

The premise is simple. Get friends together and eat. We have four couples and rotate houses each month. The host covers all costs and does a theme if desired. If the madness is too severe to think about themes or decorations, there is no judgment from anyone–the struggle is real, y’all.

Table fellowship is so important throughout the scriptures that it doesn’t make sense why we would downplay it now. Conversation flows, hearts are opened, and you’re encouraged to hear what God is doing in other people’s lives, including how He’s showing up in the not so rainbow and butterfly¬†seasons as well.

So make the calls or start a Facebook message (or whatever you crazy kids do now) and break some bread. Even if the food is bad for your body, it’s good for your soul.