The Table Project

It starts with a simple meal. Jesus spent a lot of time around a table. 

We're praying that at least 200 families would take the opportunity to see what God might do in their lives through 5 meals with neighbors throughout the rest of 2019. 

We are excited by the idea of over 1000 families in Cypress being connected to the true riches of Jesus around a table because of our church family.

Imagine the impact that could have in our community. Our lives would be different. Our families would be different. Our neighborhoods would be different. Our church would be different.

The meal isn't the end. It's the beginning of a relationship. 

Be Jesus. It can start with a meal.


Are you in?

Will you take this challenge? The Table Project will only make a difference because of you. Fill out this form to let us know you're taking the challenge.

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Here are some stories about how being a good neighbor can make a real difference. Take a look and be inspired by these incredible stories.

  • Hear from Suellen about her experience with sharing the true riches of Jesus over a meal with her neighbor.

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  • Here's another story... Take a look at how Barbara shared the true riches of Jesus over a table!

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  • A meal with your neighbor can take so many shapes, sizes and locations. Hospitality is always a good thing, no matter how you do it!

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  • "People think we’re in the table business, but we’re really in the people business," Sarah Harmeyer explained to ABC News. "It’s about the people sitting around the table – and the connections and friendships created by gathering together over a meal."

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  • The Art of Neighboring with Christ Together Austin

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  • On Islington Road in Newton, Mass., lives two-year-old Samantha Savitz, who is deaf, but boy, does she love to talk to anyone who knows sign language. And if someone doesn't, that makes Sam just a little sad. Which led her neighbors to undertake what can only be described as a most generous community project: hiring an instructor, and fully immersing themselves in an American Sign Language class.

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